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dvdv
@dvdv_gitlab
Combining the food tab with the bolus calculator would be really great.
Or perhaps some way to allow EasyFPU to communicate with AndroidAPS so that both carbs and ecarbs are added based on the EasyFPU calculations
Djuric
@dircsem
Does EasyFPU write data to nightscout?
dvdv
@dvdv_gitlab
Nope. Entirely independent app
Great app tho
Djuric
@dircsem
Does this food tab, is something new?
wootmaster
@wootmasterslick
@rosaasor1 @dirceusemighini Cant you remove the specific entry from the treatments tab?
Mayan-t
@Mayan-t
Hello. When I try to generate APK, I get this error: "Failed to find build tools revision 29.0.2". I have SDK platform Android 9.0 installed. Android Studio v 4.1.2.
Andy Rozman
@andyrozman
@Mayan-t You will need to install those tools. If you google it, you will get correct instruction on how to do this. But short instruction is you need to click on SDK Manager icon, and then update SDK tools... If you are in window, there is SDK tools tab there.
Penta
@Pentagit
@dirceusemighini I don't know if it's new. APS docs have one entry for the tab (https://androidaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Configuration/Config-Builder.html#food). It sais it's for viewing food only.
Mayan-t
@Mayan-t
@andyrozman I followed wiki precisely, so I have installed SDK tools (Android 9.0 - 28, also Android 10 - 29). I tried to uninstall/install SDK tools, also deleted the project and cloned again. No luck.
Djuric
@dircsem

@dirceusemighini I don't know if it's new. APS docs have one entry for the tab (https://androidaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Configuration/Config-Builder.html#food). It sais it's for viewing food only.

Ah, thanks @Pentagit I thought that this was a nightscout tab. I saw this collection at nightscout database and didn't knew if there was someone writing to it. I was planning to track and see, if I can stabilish any correlation between food and post meal BG. If it's true I could schedule some post meal bolus to "flatten the bg curve", in my case altough I do carb counting, I have some post meals skyrockets, due to fat/protein.

Andy Rozman
@andyrozman
@Mayan-t Can you check out the project again and if you are asked to upgrade something, say no... This might fix the problem... Before you do that go into File menu and use "Invalidate caches and restart"
Mayan-t
@Mayan-t
@andyrozman Thanks, but it didn't help. I had to completelly uninstall Android Studio and all folders, install and it worked.
Why are two SMB settings (High temp-target raises sensitivity and Low temp-target lowers sensitivity) grayed out (cannot be enabled/disabled)? They were grayed on my previous version (2.6.1.4) and they also are grayed out after update to current 2.8.2 and import of settings.
Dave
@mistermintsgh
@Mayan-t Have you completed the objectives?
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
@Mayan-t There was some kind of problem with theses two greyed-out options, maybe a safety concern.
Cybereu
@Cybereu
Its possible AndroidAPS accept treatment from Nightscout ?
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
@Cybereu This has been disabled becaus of a bug in NSclient, I think. The bug is dangerous and can lead to overdosing of insulin. You can enable accepting treatments from Nightscout by enabling engineering mode but you should really know what you are doing. It is not clear yet, when the bug will be fixed.
mordechi-david
@mordechi-david
Peace
Peace
I started yesterday SMB and he is a bit too aggressive what will make him more gentle without changing profile because in the profile calculator he is good and I do not want to change it
Great download for all developers
It changes lives
teleriddler
@teleriddler

@mordechi-david It is in the documentation on SMB

https://androidaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Usage/Open-APS-features.html#super-micro-bolus-smb

https://androidaps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Usage/Objectives.html

Objective 10: Enabling additional oref1 features for daytime use, such as super micro bolus (SMB)
You must read the SMB chapter in this wiki and chapter oref1 in openAPSdocs to understand how SMB works, especially what’s the idea behind zero-temping.
Then you ought to rise maxIOB to get SMBs working fine. maxIOB now includes all IOB, not just added basal. That is, if given a bolus of 8 U for a meal and maxIOB is 7 U, no SMBs will be delivered until IOB drops below 7 U.

A good start is maxIOB = average mealbolus + 3x max daily basal (max daily basal = the maximum hourly value in any time segment of the day - see objective 7 for an illustration)

min_5m_carbimpact default in absorption settings has changed from 3 to 8 going from AMA to SMB. If you are upgrading from AMA to SMB, you have to change it manually.

@Mayan-t What CGM are you using? If it is not a Dexcom CGM, then some of the SMB settings are disabled because the results of the CGM are not exact enough to be used with this feature. I use FreeStyle Libre 2 and SMB (even with Engineering mode turned on) is not completely functional due to this limitation.
Mayan-t
@Mayan-t
@teleriddler I am using Dexcom G6 with patched Dexcom app sending BG to AAPS. I tried to change many settings to undisable these grayed-out options. I think they are not so important for me, but it leads me to the question if something is broken or not. How one can enable Engineering mode?
teleriddler
@teleriddler
Engineering mode should be in the docs, but hidden I imagine. What objective are you currently on? It may also be an objective limitation.
Andries Smit
@Andries-Smit
Translated documentation of the Android APS project contains many issues (1000+ warnings and 1000+ broken links), cause by the translations (process). We are discussing to move from restructured rst text to markdown md. Do you have an opinion on this, or do you have some ideas how to improve the translation process? Or do you think that the documentation should be only in English? Please share it with us here openaps/AndroidAPSdocs#1000
dvdv
@dvdv_gitlab
Anybody else got problems in the new watchface with improperly fitting text?
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peterlynton
@peterlynton
@dvdv_gitlab I couldn't get a full display on Sony SSW50 - missing the minute numeral.
Mayan-t
@Mayan-t
@teleriddler I have completed all neccessary 10 objectives (out of 11) so I have enabled closed loop/SMB etc. You have those two options accessible?
teleriddler
@teleriddler
@Mayan-t i am using Libre2, so they are disabled for me and thus is expected behavior for L2. For Dexcom, others should chime in but as i understand it they should be usable.
wootmaster
@wootmasterslick
@rICTx-T1D now using the new watchface, looks great. Just noticed theres an option for “more Watch-face settings” is this related to your watchface? It looks like nothing happens when I click it. Another request, would you think it is possible to be able to put the step counter in one of the circles? We basically don’t use IOB and COB as much and would like to use the circles for other data. Maybe compications?!
Philoul
@Philoul
@wootmasterslick more watchface setting just show a message that you can find dedicated settings associated with selected watchface. To show them, just long press on your watchface, and you can see a cog wheel below your watchface for these dedicated settings.
Philoul
@Philoul
@dvdv_gitlab which font size do you have in your wear os settings? you can try to reduce the font size to see if that improve the situation. I advise you to disable in aaps wear plugin settings "detailled IOB" (it's better for digital watchface, because detailled iob is too many informations for the little circle).
wootmaster
@wootmasterslick
@philioul ok, I guess that popup isnt working then in latest version (at least, for me with fossil sport watch)
Don’t have the problems with the scaling of the time info here, although I think it would look a bit nicer if the distance between the Carb text and the carb value was a bit reduced. I.e display the “carb” text a bit lower so the top op the letters isn’t touching the circle. The same thing with the IOB circle. Alternatively you could just leave out the description as the Unit already tells you what value it is.
Guy Davies
@guydavies
@Andries-Smit I really like MD as a documentation model. I use it extensively and the use LaTeX to convert into PDF. It lacks some of the complex typesetting of native LaTeX but sometimes that's a good thing because MD is simple and legible as plain text.
reijoahola-nightscout
@reijoahola-nightscout
@dvdv_gitlab : I have noticed that kind of display problem after AAPS app restarted or the whole phone restarted. The display was corrected after restarting the watch.
richardperks
@richardperks
Just purchases a Nokia 1.3, which is listed as on the supported phones list, so that I could upgrade to AAPS 2.8 however after installing and running it, I get the message 'Application needs system window permission for notifications' and cannot grant the permission as Android then says 'Feature not available'
It looks like Android 10 (Go Edition) has removed this feature - is there anything I can do?
jungsomyeong
@jungsomyeong
From v2.8, when'Change Profile' was performed in the NSClient app, there was a problem that it was not reflected in the AndroidAPS app. I switched the phone to developer mode and turned off NS_UPLOAD_ONLY, but the problem was not resolved.
I installed v2.8.2 yesterday and checked again, but if I change the Profile in the NSClient app, it is reflected in Nightscout but not in AndroidAPS. I often use the function to change the profile rate, so if this doesn't work, the latest version is not available and I have to roll back to v2.7.
Also, the AndroidAPS app does not sync cage, iage, sage, and pbage.
Please let me know what I need to check to solve this problem.
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
did you turn off NS_UPLOAD_ONLY in main phone?
Mark Brighton
@seattlebrighton
@Foxy7 @dirceusemighini @wwwired I just watched the diabetech exercise session and fully agree that handling exercise is a complex problem and more difficult because different types of exercise affect each person differently. There are some common impacts though, and all the experts agree that exercise has a substantial impact on ISF and carb absorbtion, both during activity and after. And experts also agree that we should make adjustments to our settings before (if possible), during and after (up to 24 hrs). These adjustments can be automated, at least during and after the activity, but not until AAPS/Loop has another input signal or two, so it knows we're exercising, how vigorously, and probably aerobic vs. anaerobic. Getting heart rate into AAPS seems like a great start. If you know of a better way please share your thoughts. It's hard for me to believe that using heart rate hasn't been tried already so I keep asking about lessons already learned, and for others who can help. Thanks for any insights.
jungsomyeong
@jungsomyeong
@MilosKozak Should I build AndroidAPS by Dev branch source for engineering mode?
Djuric
@dircsem

@Foxy7 @dirceusemighini @wwwired I just watched the diabetech exercise session and fully agree that handling exercise is a complex problem and more difficult because different types of exercise affect each person differently. There are some common impacts though, and all the experts agree that exercise has a substantial impact on ISF and carb absorbtion, both during activity and after. And experts also agree that we should make adjustments to our settings before (if possible), during and after (up to 24 hrs). These adjustments can be automated, at least during and after the activity, but not until AAPS/Loop has another input signal or two, so it knows we're exercising, how vigorously, and probably aerobic vs. anaerobic. Getting heart rate into AAPS seems like a great start. If you know of a better way please share your thoughts. It's hard for me to believe that using heart rate hasn't been tried already so I keep asking about lessons already learned, and for others who can help. Thanks for any insights.

I really don't know if we can get usefull data from it, but I think that it worth a try, at the begining it will be hard to stabilish a correlation but maybe we can do it with body methabolism I need to try to find some articles to see if anybody has researched about it. Do your band have oxygen saturation sensor?

The first thing that it has to be done, is to store this data somewhere, do you think that we can create a collection at NS to store it? I was looking to create a new one, to store my sensor data, but I didn't tried to create it. I don't know it this is supported by NS or it will be needed to change it's code.
dicko72
@dicko72
I'm looking for a way to bring the current temp target start and end time into determine-basal.js. Is there a function I can call to get this?
Djuric
@dircsem
It has sometime that I didn't go to the gym, but when I was there, as far as I remember, there was some kind of exercises that affected my BG for more than on day, 36 or 48 I don't remember exactly, principally spinning classes (indoo biking). Something that can be tracked is a correlation between the time you stay in each interval (by interval here I mean, fat burn interval, rest inteval, ...) and our BG.

I'm looking for a way to bring the current temp target start and end time into determine-basal.js. Is there a function I can call to get this?

Isn't there an entry for temp target into the treatments collection?

dicko72
@dicko72

I'm looking for a way to bring the current temp target start and end time into determine-basal.js. Is there a function I can call to get this?

Isn't there an entry for temp target into the treatments collection?

How do I use this?

jungsomyeong
@jungsomyeong
@MilosKozak Yes, I did.
jungsomyeong
@jungsomyeong
@jungsomyeong I resolved it.