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Mrs T O+
Saturday, August 8, 2009, 9:59pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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The printer only printed the title page a few times. Is there any way I can just read the results?
How critical is secretor status?


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Quoted from Mrs T O+
The printer only printed the title page a few times. Is there any way I can just read the results?


Ordinarily, you are able to do this.

At the moment, the software is not finishing the generation of the diet report. You see the title page and it gets no further. Even if you wait considerable time (this is the same issue as I reported above).

When it is working it will generate the full report, which you can view on screen or print.  

You will also be given the option to generate a pdf output file that you can store on your machine and view or print this file whenever you want.


A side comment that I should not really make in a bug report thread-but since I am writing a reply about the bug, I will include the comment as well.

When the software is working you can generate the report specifying secretor, non-secretor, and unknown and compare the three results.

It is strongly recommended that people determine their secretor status to get the most accurate results when using SWAMI.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Dr. D
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Kent, I was just in there and it seemed to work fine. Please try again and let me know if it works for you.


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C_Sharp
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Kent, I was just in there and it seemed to work fine. Please try again and let me know if it works for you.


Everything seems to be working for me now.

I will try to think about what could be different today.

I thought BCGal and Mrs T O+ had the same issue.

If others did not have the same problem. I would be inclined to blame it on my Internet connection.

My connection was slow at the time I looked into BCGals comments.  It may be that it was so slow that it timed out the connections on long documents.

At the time I was having problems, I did try downloading the swami user manual. This is a 7MB pdf and I had no problems downloading it (it was not instantaneous--probably about 20 to 30 seconds).

I am not sure why my connection was slow.  I was going out on a 6 Mbps (shared) connection. There should have been no students to compete with.


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Dr. D
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Everything seems to be working for me now.


Maybe someone was messing with things over at NAP.


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Dr. D
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Quoted from Tea Rose
GT 1

Geno Harmonic Food Lists - Broad Genotrophic

Regarding the Geno-Harmonic foods listed on the right side of the page, for the categories:

Fish/Seafood
Red Meats
Fruits
Spices

These lists seem to be incomplete compared to the other lists, stopping with foods such as Kale or Molasses, with no foods listed for the rest of the alphabet.  Most of the lists end with foods from T - Z.  

I could be wrong and maybe these are just short lists.

Rosemary


I think this is fixed.


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Tea Rose
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Many thanks Dr. D, even though now.....

I am following the SWAMI Explorer now.  My husband remeasured my fingers and tells me that on my right hand he actually measures my index finger to be oh-so-slightly longer than my right finger.  Also he looked at my fingerprints which are really hard to read (having very low ridges) and said that what I though was a tented arch is a radial loop on my left index finger.  After inputting this data, I came up Explorer.  I have followed it for 10 days now and feeling really good, more sustained energy, down some water weight.

I have noticed typos in the Explorer plan and will post them when I have a chance to go through it more closely.

Rosemary



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Mrs T O+
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Yay!!!!!! I was able to read my results & lots of dots became neutrals as I kind of thought!
I didn't see any percentages, but it did say I was Reactive, which is a Hunter & Explorer trait, even tho I am a Gatherer. I always thought & was more of a hybrid. Maybe I'm still a Gatherer, but since the other 2 are reactive, I can still be Reactive & a Gatherer!
Avocados are a complete avoid now , but I seemed to have gained quite a few things. Being of Mediteranean lineage, I thought I would get more olive oil than 3 teaspoons a week! I'm sure that was a typo, meaning tablespoons, but that's still too little! I also eat a lot more meat than recommended. I'm glad beef became a superfood again rahter than a neutral, as it is more avaiable here.
I didn't print it all off. The printer printed my input info, but I didn't get it to do the rest(results) & didn't try too hard!  I'm happy for the changes.
Tell me about the percentage. Also, I have pretty boring fingerprints, but would like to know more about how that figures in as well as the other measurements.
Thanks again!  I'm lovin' it!!!!!


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     My oil recommendation is 1 teaspoon 3 servings weekly.  Should it be 1 tablespoon 3 servings weekly or 1 teaspoon 3 servings daily? Either way, it seems too little.   I'm a reactor gatherer type.

     Also in the mushroom category, Portobello mushrooms are a superfood and crimini are black dot.  Its my understanding that crimini are baby Portobello.  Is this an error or does the nutritional value change as it matures?

      A lot of my Genoharmonic foods are rated neutral.  Does combining this way make them superfoods?

       "You have chosen G2 Gatherer as your Genotype,  overiding the computed GenoType (GT4 Explorer)"  My measurements definitely put me in the Gatherer category, so I don't understand this.
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Lola
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I believe those servings are correct...mine aren t more than those either....


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BCgal
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Under my Condiments catagory it says 0 servings as needed.  Why would it bother listing things under Superfoods, or Neutral for that matter, if I'm not supposed to have any of it?



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Quoted from BCgal
Under my Condiments catagory it says 0 servings as needed.  Why would it bother listing things under Superfoods, or Neutral for that matter, if I'm not supposed to have any of it?


Just a minor bug. It says 'as needed' so now it says the frequency 'as needed.'


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Lloyd
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Quoted from pamprice
    

     Also in the mushroom category, Portobello mushrooms are a superfood and crimini are black dot.  Its my understanding that crimini are baby Portobello.  Is this an error or does the nutritional value change as it matures?

        "You have chosen G2 Gatherer as your Genotype,  overiding the computed GenoType (GT4 Explorer)"  My measurements definitely put me in the Gatherer category, so I don't understand this.


The nutritional values of an organism sometimes change with maturity.

The SWAMI prefers to treat you as a GT4 based on some of your input data. If you change the input to allow the program to select your GT it will choose GT4 for you based on the inputs you gave. SWAMI will sometimes override the measurements based on other factors, much as Dr D would do in his clinic.
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Tea Rose
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Dr. D,

Here are some areas that need fixing in the text of GT4 SWAMI Explorer.

Rosemary




GT4  - In the section titled The Explorer in Detail

- 6th paragraph 2nd sentence:  They almost always found

- 8th paragraph 1st word of the paragraph: MaMany of the.

Stress Profile

     - 2nd sentence from the bottom of the paragraph: uniquely capable of weave sonic

Metabolic Profile

     - 4th paragraph 1st sentence:  adequate levels of in an enzyme

Immune Profile

     - 1st paragraph - 6th sentence down:  which are often occur

     - 4th paragraph 3rd sentence down:  down thru

     - 7th paragraph 2nd sentence down: most of members

Functional Aesthetic

-  1st paragraph 2nd sentence down: superior to the one for which there were predicted.

-  2nd paragraph 4th sentence down: that is not star of the show

-  9th paragraph last sentence: and here you chose begin



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Thanks!


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Thanks, Dr. D.



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In my report I got this, does it mean wheat free soybean sauce, and tamari? That is on the online, the PDF they are on the same line.

SUPERFOODS     NEUTRALS     BEST AVOIDED

Soybean Sauce, Tamari,
Wheat-free &#9674;
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Lola
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which GT did you turn up being after all?

if explorer, soy any type is an avoid (in mine)


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Quoted from Lola
which GT did you turn up being after all?

if explorer, soy any type is an avoid (in mine)


Lola, all soy products are black dots on my Explorer diet. Not "true" avoids.



Rh-, ISFP, Super Taster, Non-Secretor 52% SWAMI-XP'd Explorer.

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lucky explorer you, being an A I guess makes all the difference..


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In my report I got this, does it mean wheat free soybean sauce, and tamari? That is on the online, the PDF they are on the same line.


They are all supposed to be on one line.

The Explorer details are now typo corrected.

If anyone sees any more typos I'd love to hear from you. Many of these paragraphs are embedded in the actual program source code and as such you cannot use the conventional spell-checkers


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Quoted from Dr. D

Many of these paragraphs are embedded in the actual program source code and as such you cannot use the conventional spell-checkers


If someone does a copy/paste into a conventional editor such as Word, spel-Czech should be fairly easy and may catch some common grammer errors.
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Quoted from Lloyd

Spel-Czech should be fairly easy and may catch some common grammer errors.


I prefer Rice Czeches..



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