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Average weight loss incorrect
29 Sep 2013, 07:08
Hello Moogie,

I've been maintaining for several weeks now. I continue logging my weight & it is taken into account in the average weight loss calculation, even though I have checked the 'maintaining' box

Can you change it so that the calc only works over the losing weight timeframe?
Thought I'd done that Annie, sorry, will look at it. Maybe I had meant to but realised it'd be a lot of work and didn't have time. Will do my best!
Will do my best


Shame on you Moogie for not appreciating how grateful we all are.

You do a brill job :heart: :heart:

It was just an observation, given how proud I am of my average weight loss, and a little sad to see it decrease.

Overall it is minor in comparison to the fact that it is thanks to this forum that I am even interested in average weekly weight loss !!!!

Please don't bust a gut to sort it :oops:
Hi @moogie, when your house move & all this server stuff is finished, it would be good if you could cast your eye over this one again.

Although I'm immensely proud of still being at/below target weight, I don't log it any more as it would just keep reducing my average weight loss (which I know was around the 1lb a week).

Ta ever so xx
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