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Re: Calorie Confessor Food Diary

Wed Jan 04, 2017 5:29 am

Yep.. the lockup seemed to be caused by the ONBACKGROUND: interrupt being triggered before the global bundle was created. This caused the ONERROR interrupt to lock the app maybe because of a mode switch.

I fixed it by adding another global flag to make sure that the bundle was actually created before it uses it in the background interrupt. I also disabled the ONERROR interrupt since I don't think I will need it anymore.

I will upload the fix tonight but for now the fixed apk version 4.52 will be published on the play store under "Voice Calorie Counter"

Re: Calorie Confessor Food Diary

Sun Jan 15, 2017 5:01 pm

Version 4.54 is on the ftp server... Sadly I think I will have to give up on the idea of using HOME - it just makes the app
too unstable (though curiously the problems seem worse on different model phones) ... It does launch pretty zippy now though and actually I speeded up my phone quite a bit by using the Nova Launcher.

I have to see if the app will be stable if I use the Home button though since this might still be a problem.

Also, I think I still have bad memory management in the app: There are a few large arrays, lists and bundles created inside of functions that I should probably recycle.

(As far as my diet goes, my body is recovering from all the junk I ate over the holidays and I am exercising more.. still hovering around 207lbs but I do feel better.)

Re: Calorie Confessor Food Diary

Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:27 am

We hit 2000 installs this week..
I decided to go gluten free on my diet and after a couple restless nights I am feeling pretty good.
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Re: Calorie Confessor Food Diary

Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:39 pm

I pulled the graphs out into a separate INCLUDE file to make things a bit more maintainable.

New features include "Copy to Today" on the calorie buttons, a "blind mode" suitable for use with "OK Google Launch Voice Calorie Counter" and the return of the TTS speaker icon.

The blind mode is a little tricky to use. It kind of works best if you know the calories already and just say "banana 105 calories" otherwise you still have to verify the calories in a couple separate steps. It's pretty cool that it works most of the time though. You also would probably want to turn on autoquit to make it more hands-free.
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