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Julius de Bruijn
@pimeys
and aaps automation for the nights has been quite good
can keep glucose from going over 8.5 with that
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
@pimeys Which Garmin did you get and which watchface are you using? Why didn't you get a Fitbit?
Julius de Bruijn
@pimeys
vivoactive 3 and xDrip+ Watch
and because my doctor uses this with the same AAPS setup, says it's very nice and has similar battery life compared to my now-broken pebble2
and I found one from amazon with a cheap price
it's quite nice actually, and I can get the battery to last 6-7 days
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
Ah, ok, thanks. From what I've read the Fitbit Versa 2 has almost the same battery life and Glance seems to be a good watchface. I also have a Pebble 2 and I expect it to fail in the next six to twelve months, as the on before did, so that's why I'm asking
Julius de Bruijn
@pimeys
yeah fitbit is probably as good as this
I just like how the vivoactive looks and it does what I want
this still probably breaks in 1-2 years and I need to buy a new one
ArthurusDent
@ArthurusDent
I hope that the Garmin or Fitbit won't break so soon since they don't have those rubber buttons :)
Julius de Bruijn
@pimeys
yeah, me too :)
but I like this watch so far
LastStar007
@LastStar007
Can someone help me with a quick problem? I'm trying to tinker with a local instance, but my changes aren't showing up, even after rerunning
npm run dev. I'm sure it's just me not understanding how the project is set up.
Eric
@ecc1
@LastStar007 node server.js
LastStar007
@LastStar007
After some digging, it seems to be related to Chrome's application cache. Firefox and Edge don't have the problem. With Chrome, a hard reload isn't enough; you have to go into Dev Tools > Application > Clear storage > Make sure 'Application cache' is checked > Clear site data.
LastStar007
@LastStar007
I've been able to reproduce this in both dev and prod mode. Is the cache buster not working?
LastStar007
@LastStar007
Nevermind, cache buster just isn't ran in npm run dev or npm run prod. I'd appreciate someone explaining why not though; I'm still pretty new to Node.
Dominik Dzienia
@dlvoy
Hi, general/data model question: why Nightscout Careportal always show entry of BGV (glucose field in json) together with treatments? it is even by various clients (like:NSClient/AAPS) that while entering Careportal treatments not only show BGV entry, but when changing time of event they even search for BGV for that speciffic moment in past and make it in-sync with BGV from then? At the same time, not all entries have glucose field.
Morten Fyhn Amundsen
@mortenfyhn
Hi all! What smartwatches do you like the most for cgm? It seems hard to find one that is somewhat small.
Sulka Haro
@sulkaharo

Due to the Gitter Client being broken on Android and iOS, we're moving the discussion to Discord - see you on other side of the fence: https://discord.gg/zg7CvCQ
jhetschko
@jhetschko
Hi there. I have just set up Nightscout for myself. I would like to follow my kids, both T1D, too. Do I have to set up just new apps on Heroku or is there a way to kind of combine? Thanks so much!
John Weston
@unsoluble
(Responded over on Discord.)
iwanvandaele
@iwanvandaele
If someone is interested i have developed a windows taskbar app that shows the latest values from the nightscout api, screens: http://eyeone.be/NightscoutTaskbarApp/TaskbarApp.JPG
If interest i can share on github
John Weston
@unsoluble
@iwanvandaele We do prefer to have Nightscout-adjacent apps to be OSS whenever possible.
iVabank
@iVabank

Hello!
What could be the reason?

Log a Treatment => Submit Form

Request URL: https://url.com/api/v1/treatments/
Request Method: POST
Status Code: 404 Not Found

Error POST
ENABLE=careportal,iob
SHOW_PLUGINS=careportal,iob

No error
ENABLE=careportal
SHOW_PLUGINS=careportal

Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
url.com should be replaced with your Nightscout hostname
iVabank
@iVabank
This address is for exsmple.
Or are you talking about a variable in a file my.env?
iVabank
@iVabank
The problem was gaps.
Error: ENABLE="careportal iob"
Correctly: ENABLE=careportal%20iob
cranetim
@cranetim
It
SANJEEV BA
@basanjeev
Hello
I am looking for some help on how to setup cgm monitor in my linux box. I did the mongo and node setup. The server seems to be up. I do not have a test device.
Also is there an API document for building wearable clients ?
leegang
@leegang
Anyone know how to setup the nightscout in Xdrip for libreoopweb?
Frank Moore-Clingenpeel
@fclingen
I've been having problems with spotty comms in xdrip using a Dexcom G6. It keeps losing signal for 1-2 hours, then if I smack the transmitter it'll reconnect and backfill the missing data. Do I need to talk to Dexcom, and what do I tell them?
John Weston
@unsoluble
@fclingen Dexcom isn't going to be able to help with that. Try to keep the xDrip app alive as much as you can (don't force-quit it, make sure background processes are allowed to run, reduce battery-saving settings, return to the app more frequently during the day). Is about all you can do.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Another option is to use the official Dexcom app (uploading to NS via the Share bridge) and also use xdrip-js in Alternate Channel mode emulating a receiver (or do the same with xDrip+, if it supports it). If you then have problems with the official app, you can report that to Dexcom and ask for a replacement transmitter if appropriate.
Frank Moore-Clingenpeel
@fclingen
I don't have the official so because I don't have the right phone for it. I'll charge the receiver and see if there's a similar issue
Milos Kozak
@MilosKozak
You can use patched app on unsupported phone
John Weston
@unsoluble
Still not exactly officially supported by Dexcom, but if you don't mention its true nature they won't know the difference.
Frank Moore-Clingenpeel
@fclingen
Ah, I just noticed my phone was on battery saver mode and I forgot. I'm thinking that was my issue...
opengtd
@opengtd
Brand new to this community. If anyone else is looking into why azure deploy doesn't work, my notes so far are: ARM templates were not wired up properly, using the free tier results in out of memory exceptions, heapdump fails to build at deploy time due to some missing C header files, and some of the module versions in package.json and npm-shrinkwrap.json seem to be incompatible or irrelevant in azure environment. Make sure to add IP addresses the azure web app is using to the IP whitelist on the mongodb side or it will timeout. Also some of the documentation screenshots are out of date, and constructing mongodb connection strings as documented doesn't seem to work (although using the connection string provided at mongodb.com at time of setup does). Some really rough changes that seem to get deploy working on Azure are here: https://github.com/nightscout/cgm-remote-monitor/compare/master...opengtd:master
John Weston
@unsoluble
@opengtd I'm assuming you've read through this ticket: nightscout/cgm-remote-monitor#4798
We're all over on Discord now; if you're looking to chat about this, probably not going to get much of a response here.
opengtd
@opengtd
No, didn't see that yet, thanks for pointing me in the right direction!