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[APP][WM5&up][20Dec2010][v1.2]MyWeight

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By genec, Junior Member on 20th December 2010, 03:45 PM
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Hi,

I would like to introduce my first application for Windows Mobile - MyWeight. It requires Compact Framework 3.5 and Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher.



Description:
MyWeight is a mobile application for those of you who want to keep their daily weight records under control. Comparing them against Body Mass Index (BMI) you are immediately informed if you are doing good or bad with your mass.

Features:
- record your daily weight (and height if still growing up) with a short info when necessary
- present your records on a chart with a time range option
- manage several profiles for more people records
- multilanguage support (English, Polish and German)
- support for imperial (lbs/in) and metric (kg/cm) units
- import and export functions to transfer data between the application and csv file format

The most recent version is always available on my site http://www.genec.eu/MyWeight.aspx

Overall feedback shows that application works fine on the most mobiles. However I received two emails describing an issue with buttons on the main screen which do not disappear when user goes ie. to "About" page. It happend for a particular HD2 and Touch HD, but other owners of these device models state that the application works ok. I am still investigating this issue.


Hope you will provide me with some constructive feedback about this app.

Thanks,
genec
genec@genec.eu
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20th December 2010, 05:56 PM |#2  
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good app...it works very well on my omnia 2...
21st December 2010, 03:26 AM |#3  
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Cool app.

Since touch screens can measure degrees of pressure applied, it would be great if we could use the touch screens on our phones as a scale to weigh ourselves.
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Cool app.

Since touch screens can measure degrees of pressure applied, it would be great if we could use the touch screens on our phones as a scale to weigh ourselves.

yes because our phones can handle 100+lbs on them...
21st December 2010, 09:58 AM |#5  
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Just downloaded to try it out.

A small point - for those of us of advancing years, a quicker way of setting the date of birth than having to step back month by month would be great (or did I miss the easier way?)

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21st December 2010, 10:26 AM |#6  
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Cool. I'll give it a go.
Need any help with a Dutch translation?
21st December 2010, 10:28 AM |#7  
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Can you please add some screenshots?

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21st December 2010, 02:28 PM |#8  
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Date of birth:
AFAIK I can use software keyboard to provide the value directly. Or even using software cursors to change a year, month or a day.

Translation:
At the current stage I'm not planing to add another translations - but if more people will ask for this change I would make it.

Screenshots:
I am a new user and still prohibited from including any links on the forum.
However you can visit my page related to the MyWeight by using the following address : genec.eu/myweight.aspx
There are some screenshots and the most recent description for the app.


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genec
21st December 2010, 02:48 PM |#9  
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Nice app, thank you, import worked well.
On the graph on my HTC TD2 is goes back to the last month view.
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yes because our phones can handle 100+lbs on them...

Sorry it was a bad joke
23rd December 2010, 12:08 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by genec

Hi,

I would like to introduce my first application for Windows Mobile - MyWeight. It requires Compact Framework 3.5 and Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher.

Description:
MyWeight is a mobile application for those of you who want to keep their daily weight records under control. Comparing them against Body Mass Index (BMI) you are immediately informed if you are doing good or bad with your mass.

Features:
- record your daily weight (and height if still growing up) with a short info when necessary
- present your records on a chart with a time range option
- manage several profiles for more people records
- multilanguage support (English, Polish and German)
- support for imperial (lbs/in) and metric (kg/cm) units
- import and export functions to transfer data between the application and csv file format


Overall feedback shows that application works fine on the most mobiles. However I received two emails describing an issue with buttons on the main screen which do not disappear when user goes ie. to "About" page. It happend for a particular HD2 and Touch HD, but other owners of these device models state that the application works ok. I am still investigating this issue.


Hope you will provide me with some constructive feedback about this app.

Thanks,
genec

Hello "genec",

Please give me some files, could do the translation into Spanish. This program is very interesting. You could also include, as a measure of calculation, the diameter of the waist.

Let me know something about the issue of translation.

Regards,

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