I have been using this software for close to 2 years with no problems. You have to decide and tell the computer what each hour of the day equates to - before breakfast/ after breakfast etc. You set that up before you download the meter. You have to synchronize your meter to your computer clock. Now if you are in a different time zone, you have to correct for that- check the time your meter displays before you stab yourself and adjust as necessary
I travel extensively- nationally and internationally. The software package was one of the reasons I chose OneTouch. I use an ultrasmart and make notes to myself. Sometimes I set the meter to Grenwich Mean Time and then convert whne I get home. It's not difficult- you just have to be cognizant. I find that the meter accurately reports the number of your test result.
As usual, it was me that was at fault. Yes, the program runs fine. It was my unusual schedule that threw off the data storage. I did exactly as you suggested and changed the meal time ranges to better include my personal routine.
I had to make a few manual entries and change some times slightly but since I found the entry modification portion of the program, all my ducks are now in a row.
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