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When I click on "new recipe" I get: "JpGraph Error: This PHP installation is not configured with the GD library. Please recompile PHP with GD support to run JpGraph. (Neither function imagetypes() nor imagecreatefromstring() does exist)"
Hello, I changed my password, then my weight chart seems to have disappeared. The weight data is still there, but when I changed my email, I had to change my password.
It seemed to work fine until password/email change.
Oh! I added a weight and the chart came back, so I donít have a problem now.
Hi there. In the My P.L.A.N. weight loss chart section, the graph is set to begin at November 2000 - 17 years before I started tracking. As a result, there is one long upward trend line and the more current lines and headings are all smashed together. It's unreadable.
Is there a way to reset the graph so that it begins in April 2017?
I am trying to enter a recipe for Hollandaise sauce based upon the instructions from the Knorr package. I can't figure out how to do it
The recipe calls for 1 packet, 1 C milk or cream or water, 1/4 stick of butter
First of all I can't figure out how to translate the Knorr packet to your food list or recipe instructions.
Packet contents say serving size is 1 tsp (2.5 gm) of the dry which makes up into 2 TBS of the final sauce. 10 servings in a packet.
Nutrients in the packet per 2.5 gm is 10 calories based on 2 grams of carbohydrate.
How do I enter this?
Nowhere does a serving size indicate I can use tablespoons or teaspoons - all are in grams.
Can you help?
Last edited by Benay : Wed, Jun-19-19 at 13:31.
Reason: New issue/old issue resolved