Thank you very much that you are looking in to the problem.
firstly I always put the amount of liquor he used in, now I cant do that anymore. At "measurements" there is nothing to fill in. When he didn't drink I had put in "0" and then the tracker counted the days that he is "clean".
Now I cant put anything in, just the symptoms and treatments. so although he didn't drink from the 11th of April, the tracker says that he is zero days clean.
I tried again today, but now it doesn't even want to open the measurements page.
I hope you will be able to fix the problem.
Thank you very much.
It looks like you don't have a substance chosen. From your posts, it looks as if he uses alcohol, so if you could go to Actions, then Settings, and choose that, or what substance you are tracking, you should be able to track it.
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