Just a quick one to note that the fasting times in the history section are always one hour longer than the actually recorded fasts.
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@Hilary This is similar/identical to what I reported under Beta Testing "[Bug] Fast duration calculation error" (https://forums.cronometer.com/discussion/2774/bug-fast-duration-calculation-error#latest). I already have "Select Preferred Timezone" turned off so that can't be the cause of mine. It also doesn't seem to happen to every fast. I haven't paid enough attention to what I might have done to cause the difference. I do break my fast sometimes on the web app, sometimes on the phone app; but once I break my fast, I usually focus on eating.
My fasts are set to repeat daily and I modify the times each day to suit.
Thanks for the tips Hilary, however, my settings already matched the ones you suggested. This shouldn't be a matter of timezone in any case as it's more about using the same method of counting the duration of the fast in both instances. I'm sure it's just a typo in the code
Thanks @Vickie and @Misko I'll pass this along to our developers! Hang tight - We've got this prioritized to fix!
I have identified the trend:
(Table left column is the fast duration on the Cronometer web app, vs the right column of the actual duration.)
If the fasting duration minute is over 30, the hour incorrectly gets rounded up.
Comment cross-posted to the other beta testing thread: https://forums.cronometer.com/discussion/2774/bug-fast-duration-calculation-error.
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