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6 Jan 16
Hi on the tracker I have enterd my weight for last 6 mths but the side of tracker still has a row if 0 going down and its putting my bmi to 2,2 is it calculating in pounds and not stones and pounds thanks Alison
2 Apr 16
You might need to contact the team on that one… I’m not competent enough (& don’t have the time) to investigate this, but it does sound like something they could answer for you fairly quickly.
Good luck, and keep on tracking…
G’day again Alison,
Just noticed at the bottom of the forum page, there is a heading Site Stuff, and 3 forums, one of which is Bugs & Errors. Maybe have a little look there, or post and see what comes up for you? CAnnbewarra
3 Apr 16
tracker only calculates in POUNDS or KILOS
22 Nov 17
Why or why does the tracker not use stones and pounds? British women think in terms of stones and pounds. That is just the way it is. It is somehow alienating that the tracker cannot be operated using stones and pounds.
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