Flip over the back of the widget and enter the email address used to purchase the widget in the field labeled “PayPal Email Address”. Once done this will validate and unlock all the features of the widget this works for the Calorie Tracker and Calorie Counter.
No, once you register it saves your information into a plist file so that you will not have to register each time you use the widget. You can register on as many computers as you like just remember your user data follows you so no matter where you are one login equals data set.
An email will be automatically sent with download instructions. Remember to unblock the domain jonbrown.org sometimes spam filters will filter out the automated email that gets delivered after a purchase. Please check all junk folders before contacting.
Our refund policy is a 30 day policy. If your unhappy or find the software not to your expectations then we will refund. However each purchase does offer free updates for the life of the software, which means that most of the features that people want get added in with time.
We no longer offer the ability to login and manage your purchase on our website. If you purchased BeFit please email us at [email protected] with your Username, we will transfer all updates to you in the form of an App Store coupon valid for future updates of the App. Updates for Calorie Counter and Calorie Tracker will be made available via link in email provided by Gumroad.
If you’ve encountered a problem and your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]. Please make sure to mention which software or widget you have and what version it is.
Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or later is required. If your using Safari, click the download link. When the widget download is complete, show Dashboard, click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widgets icon in the Widget Bar to open it. If your using a browser other than Safari, click the download link. When the widget download is complete, unarchive it and place it in /Library/Widgets/ in your home folder. show Dashboard, click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widgets icon in the Widget Bar to open it.
The Calorie Tracker & Calorie Counter widget requires an internet connection to work. Why? Well because it has to access the database which is online. Once an internet connection is established press Command + R on your keyboard to reload the widget.
If you’ve downloaded and installed additional widgets in Dashboard, you can later remove them. Open Dashboard, then click the Open (+) button to reveal the widget bar. Click Manage Widgets to open the Widgets Dashboard widget. Widgets that can be removed have a red Remove (-) button after their names. Click the Remove (-) button to remove the widget. Click OK to confirm that you want to move the widget to the Trash. You cannot remove the standard Mac OS X widgets that come with Dashboard, only widgets that you’ve added.
The data comes from Food & Water Watch, a reputable food and water safety advocacy organization in Washington DC. They routinely come out with recommendations on fish safety including which fish are safe to eat, which ones are sustainable and more. This app hopes to capture the essence of their hard work.
Fish data is segmented into six categories on the main view. You simply tap on the category your interested in and it will return those fish. You can then drill into the fish items to get more information about the fish as well as recommendations and the ability to share with a friend.
The species on this list get a big thumbs down for failing to meet two or more of our criteria for safer and more sustainable seafood. For instance, imported farmed shrimp is linked to potential contamination, environmentally problematic farming methods and negative socio-economic implications for coastal communities. Open-water farmed salmon is also raises concerns in each of these categories. Bluefin tuna, a wild-caught species, raises major red flags in two areas: the status of the stock is very low due to international overfishing and it is associated with high levels of mercury contamination.
More than 100 types of fish and shellfish were evaluated to create the only guide assessing not only the health and environmental effects of eating certain seafood, but also the impacts on coastal and fishing communities. Our guide recommends safer, more sustainable options based on your personal tastes and priorities.
Seafood is one of the major foods linked to foodborne illness. And it’s not just things like bacteria that could make eating seafood a concern, but also the drugs or other chemicals used to produce some farmed fish. The growing share of imported seafood that we consume is of particular concern because much of it comes from industrial-scale fish farms. Less than 2 percent of seafood imports to the U.S. are inspected for contamination. And the crowded, unsanitary conditions on many industrial fish farms breed bacteria, viruses and parasites, forcing producers to use antibiotics and chemicals to prevent disease outbreaks.
Making lists is easy, just press the + button on the bottom left hand corner and it will automatically generate a new list. To name the list just click once and it will enter edit mode. Type in the name for your new list. To remove a list just select the list you wish to delete and press the delete key.
Going to the preferences for the program will bring you to the caloric goals and BMI calculator. Here is where you will enter your information and it will calculate a target caloric intake goal based on your goals. You can always override the suggested goal with your own if you like.
After you set your goal, it will be measured by the total number of calories in each food list that you create to show you how close you are to your goal in terms of daily consumsion of calories, weekly, and monthly so you know where you are at all times as you track your overall progress.
To view all the food items choose the Food Library list in the left side menu. This will automatically show you all 45,000+ foods in the database. You can scroll down and add the foods you want by clicking on the food and dragging it into a list. If you cant find the food you want then search for it in the search field above. The built in search will narrow down the library based on your keyword.
To add a custom food, click on the Add Food button on the top of the food library list and fill out the details. It will add a custom food to the User Food Library where you can edit and manage all custom food entries. From there you can add these items to your food list and track the nutrition info the same as any other food item.
The only difference is the size of the provided food library. The free food library is the USDA food library the paid version shows a food library that is more comprehensive and includes fast food restaurants and weighs in at over 45,000+ foods in the database. We also offer support for anyone who has purchased the full version of the app.
In the profile menu dropdown you will see your organization ID. Follow this knowlege base article for detailed instructions at https://help.salsalabs.com/entries/23473682-Where-s-my-organization-key
You can add groups by dragging the group field from the standard fields list into your gravity forms, or you can map groups to checkboxes or dropdown field items by using the appropriate gravity forms group item.
You likely forgot to enable Salsa for the form. There is a Salsa form option dropdown at the form level with a single checkbox that tells the form, this is a salsa form and it should transmit mapped fields and data to salsa.
In order to use the Salsa API you must add super user credentials for your Salsa instance. This is a super user, campaign manager account.
You map fields at the field level, simply edit the field, and select the appropriate Salsa element that your field matches to, for example First Name would map to f_name in the list, if you do not map fields, then no data will flow into salsa.