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ag



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I play sudoku whenever i am in the gym and then i keep track of when i went to the gym in an excel on my laptop.i didnt keep up the log for a few days and now cant updat emy excel as i cant find all the days i played sudoku as it shows only a few entries on the app and on this website jsut shows a graph. can u forward me all the dates when i played?
jeka
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Hello. We don't track that information. Only the time it took to solve (if uploaded).
mystic nerd



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1) On android the sign in box is mostly off the screen. Nexus 7. Can't grab it to drag it to center for reasonably easy use. Can you look into that?

2). Where do I see my history on this site? I only found the forums, no history. I have been uploading for a few days.

Thanks
jeka
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mystic nerd wrote:1) On android the sign in box is mostly off the screen. Nexus 7. Can't grab it to drag it to center for reasonably easy use. Can you look into that?


Will do.


mystic nerd wrote:2). Where do I see my history on this site? I only found the forums, no history. I have been uploading for a few days.


Visit http://genina.com/apps/sudoku/stats.jsf, then select the "My History" tab.
mwm242



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jeka wrote:Hello. We don't track that information. Only the time it took to solve (if uploaded).


Even if the exact dates aren't kept, the sequential listing of times to solve would still be helpful.

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jeka
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Agreed. That is why that information is on the graph (the Y axis).
mwm242



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jeka wrote:Agreed. That is why that information is on the graph (the Y axis).


Well, sort of. I'm sure the graph is accurate, but there is no way to read what the time represented is, at least not more than an approximation.
jeka
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I'll have the developers look into finding a way to make the exact times available for the nodes on the graph.
Deaner



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It would also be helpful to have the graph in mm:ss format, or have the timer results in sss format - as it is, it is hard to compare the two without doing some mental arithmetic.
jugal



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I think the graphs under "My History" aren't as good as they could be
http://www.genina.com/apps/sudoku/stats.jsf

These are mere images, you can hover over or filter on time or do any such stuff that you could do on graphs.
Please improve these. There are pretty good javascript based charting libraries available that can enhance the user experience
Deaner



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mwm242 wrote:Well, sort of. I'm sure the graph is accurate, but there is no way to read what the time represented is, at least not more than an approximation.


If you right-click on the graph it will allow you to "Inspect Element" - a text box will open up in the bottom of your browser window showing all the html that encodes what you are seeing. Scroll through that, and you will see a long line of values - these are the Y-axis values that are supplied to the graphing engine. You can highlight that line and then cut / paste the values into whatever other program you want to use them in.

It's a bit of a kludge, but it's better than nothing.

Dean
 
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