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dvdv
@dvdv_gitlab
That's a big concern with the Omnipod at the moment, and one significant reason why its integration into AAPS is still work in progress.
Because, a bolus that "maybe" was administered is tough to integrate into a system that deals with calculated IOBs, especially when SMBs are involved.
Guy Davies
@guydavies
Hi @MilosKozak. I'm using 2.6 RC6 and I found an undesirable behaviour in a corner case. I was exercising at the gym so I'd set a temp target of 160 and I went a little hypo, which automatically set a temp target of 120 when I set a treatment of 8g carbs. Normally, with a regular target of 110, that would be good, but when I'm hypo, the temp target should not be lowered. That's "a bad thing".
thha1811
@thha1811
One question with regards to the Omnipod. My understanding is that it is loopable with iOS and that AAPS is work in progress. Either way, a Rileylink is needed. Is that correct? The new Omnipod is supposed to communicate via BT, again based on what I currently know, which means Rileylink will not be needed anymore, but integration into AAPS will have to be re-done. Correct?
Andy Rozman
@andyrozman
@thha1811 You need RileyLink for old (Eros) pods. New (Dash) pods are able to communicate with BT, and yes that means new implementation of the driver code. We will keep all UI code we now have for Eros, we will just exchange the driver part, but we have to make it work first, and that won't be soon (some people including me are experiment with official Dash code, but like I said we are still veeery far from anything workable, at the moment we can't even run the official code yet)... Dash is still not available in EU (at least not easily)...
thha1811
@thha1811
Thx for the heads up. Appreciated.
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
@guydavies do i understand it well you're complaining that manual action has higher priority than automated action?
Mario
@Alamo04

@MilosKozak
Calculator Bug is back with your fix for display notifications:

MilosKozak remove hardcoded text 81e4d16

MilosKozak prevent NPE b793931

MilosKozak ActivityDialogs Translucent again dad36ed

MilosKozak display notification properly

Just now noticed.

Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
create new issue with logs and time
Mario
@Alamo04
On work now, can't before at home this evening.
Same Bug as in MilosKozak/AndroidAPS#2388
chrisbev
@chrisbev
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Guy Davies
@guydavies
@MilosKozak not really. It's more that from a safety perspective, I would not expect the hypo temp target (120) to override an even higher temp target for activity (160). That's actually worse because there's a greater risk that the combination of my activity and the existing hypo keep me low. In the event that a hypo occurred and I treated for it, I'd expect the higher TT to "win".
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
the system will do what you say
Guy Davies
@guydavies
It didn't this morning
Screenshot_20200127-110701.png
See the TT for activity is still active at 160 but in the middle, there's a drop to 120 just after I treat with 8g of carbs. As you can see, it didn't impact me badly because I was already doing resistance training, which tends to bring my BG back up, but it was a bit of a surprise to see that at the end of the session.
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Was the "Set Hypo TT" check set in the carb entry? If so then you manually, explicitly, told it to use the lower TT.
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
You were lowtemping anyway so it had no impact. The system will do what you say to do.
Guy Davies
@guydavies
@PedanticAvenger no, I just checked and it's not set by default. I just set the carbs and told it to "go". @MilosKozak, yes, I had a zero TBR but wouldn't you expect a default action to be to keep the higher TT too? I guess it's only really relevant for open loopers because closed loop would have set the zero TBR automatically anyway.
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
Hypo TT checkbox is automatically checked when your BG is under 4mmol
Mario
@Alamo04
@MilosKozak
New Bug report, with log file created MilosKozak/AndroidAPS#2403
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
if you create an issue you need to put more info inside. did you ever open the log and try to find something there?
Guy Davies
@guydavies
@MilosKozak ah. That must be it. I was at 68. If my maths is right 4 mmol/l is 72 mg/dL. Thanks for the explanation.
Guy Davies
@guydavies
I'd like an option to either disable the labels on the icons at the bottom of the screen or to abbreviate them (as you can do with the tabs at the top). I searched through the config and found no way to do that but I may have missed it. Should I just raise it as an 'issue' on GitHub?
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
not possible and sorry will not be accepted with current design layout
Guy Davies
@guydavies
OK, shame because the labels for Calibration and Calculator always wrap, which is ugly :-(
Guy Davies
@guydavies
OK, so workaround is to not enable the Calibration button, which hasn't been working for me on dev for a while, but I'm using Medtronic 640G + Enlite, so I have to do that manually anyway. I'm putting in the values in Xdrip+ and AAPS receives them rather than the other way round. It doesn't have any true calibration effect anyway since the calibration is done on the pump.
Tore Bjørndalen
@BjoTore_twitter
Change in layout for 2.6-RC6? Intended? Test? I feel a lot of space is lost here :)
Screenshot_20200125-153914.jpg
Screenshot_20200128-162219.jpg
You can see the text labels are wrapping as well?
Guy Davies
@guydavies
Yes. That's what I was talking about earlier
I much preferred the pre-RC6 layout, to be honest
Webifi
@Webifi
@guydavies Agreed. Not sure I understood Milos "having graph too high don't make it nicer" response to this.
I'm noticing on RC5/RC6 that after changing/refilling the insulin cartridge on my Medtronic 523 pump results in a "Pump Site Change" event being added in AAPS. Why would that be happening?
fedor apanasenko
@apanasef
Hi all. When I swipe screens I often lay my finger on tbr button and unwillingly cancel the current tbr without any confirmation. is it only me who is bothered by this or there is a need for a confirmation dialog box at least?
Penta
@Pentagit
@guydavies I sure hope that is not whats waiting for us in 2.6 GUI-wise ;)
Guy Davies
@guydavies
I get the impression that's exactly what you should expect. I understand that from the devs' perspective it's pretty hard to get satisfactory results across all screen sizes but I think that neither small nor large screens look particularly good in RC6. I have two phones, one >6" and the other <5" and they're both pretty unsatisfactory while both were good before.
wootmaster
@wootmasterslick
Must be WIP riight?
wootmaster
@wootmasterslick
Any good small new phones that are out of the box compatible with AAPS and have good battery life?
I like this one. Battery is quite good, especially if you only do xdrip and AAPS on it.
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Sorry for the giant URL, forgot Banggood does that.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
you can edit posts in Gitter, and should be fine to remove everything after the ? (they're just trackers)
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
Yeah, I did, and it still shows long for me and won't let me edit it again. Maybe just an update propogation thing.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
might just be because it's been too long
Dominik Dzienia
@dlvoy
@PedanticAvenger have you tested it? Does it work with Ruffy/Combo?
Raymond Richmond
@PedanticAvenger
I have it with G6, RL/Medtronic
Bluetooth seemed to be stable. I don't use it as a daily driver, rather a backup or travel phone. But I've had zero issues with it when I have used it.
Webifi
@Webifi
@wootmasterslick I like my Pixel 3A. Only issue, like with all Android 10 phones, is that x-drip looses connection with my G5 from time to time, but recent versions of xdrip have helped immensely.