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POCKETCOLLIE Posts: 219
12/13/12 1:48 P

Aha! I did a Ctrl-[minus symbol] and that shrunk it back down. Must have accidentally increased my display size too. Sheesh.

Airhead here. Thanks for the reply.

Anita from Idaho

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POCKETCOLLIE Posts: 219
12/13/12 1:41 P

Using Firefox 17.0.1. I'll have a look in Internet Explorer. Since Firefox just upgraded recently, this might be their problem.

Thanks for the tip on the Diabetes program. I don't remember doing that, and it seems like this only showed up on the last week or so. I probably just didn't notice it before!

Anita from Idaho

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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 34,333
12/11/12 5:31 P

The goals for each meal are listed there because you have the Diabetes program set on your account. If you don't want to be in the Diabetes program, you can go to this page to change that setting: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/diabetes-diet
-settings.asp
.

As for the Nutrition tracker and having the tabs wrapped around, I checked your account and didn't see that. Can you tell me what browser and version of browser you are using? Also, can you try a different browser to see if you get the same issue?

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POCKETCOLLIE Posts: 219
12/11/12 3:11 P

For the last couple or three days, the Nutrition Tracker tabs for Search / Favorites / etc. are wrapped around. This occurred about the same time as the addition of the Goal levels for each meal (which I find annoying as all get out!)

Is there a setting that allows you to display that level of detail? I'd really rather not have the "Goals" for each meal.

Edited by: POCKETCOLLIE at: 12/11/2012 (15:20)
Anita from Idaho

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