i couldnt get HealthEngage to work with my freestyle flash. I know the serial adapter I have works because I was able to upload my numbers into CoPilot using VirtualPC...which is almost prohibitively slow to use.
It works for me. here's what i had to do to get it working:
1. Install the Prolific USB Serial driver for the mac. (available here http://184.108.40.206/files/MacDriver.zip)
2. Restart the mac
3. Start HealthEngage
4. When you go to import data from a device, select "usbserial" as the port, and the appropriate OneTouch meter (i tried both the ultra and the ultra 2)
5. The software should read the data off the meter
Has anyone been able to get Health Engage to work on a Mac with the Aviva? The IR cable and USB adapter costs $40 and I'd like to know before I spend the money. One thing I'm looking at is the possibility of using the IR port on the new iMacs - not sure if that's available to other programs, though.
I'm also concerned about some reports of lack of support and non-functionality of the Mac version.
There is also piece of software I am developing. Release will be around 4th April this year, but if you wanted to test it out I can send it to you... I have been asking for some help in Geek group, but so far no replies... It's in Java, so you need to have 1.6 java installed... I am still working on carb counting functionality...
I just wanted to let you know that software I am working on, had a release (first public)... Software is in java, so it should work with mac at least I hope so... I haven't done any special testing on mac though. It's currently just basic stuff, data entries, carb counting. We added Meter Tool to this release, but it has only support for Ascensia meters so far, we plan on add more by next release... Also we plan on add some basic support for Pumps and CGMS.
Yeah, IMO Diabetes Logbook is the best Mac software there is. I notice that he's now added Leopard support. He does a great job!
My only problem with it is that I can't download my meter to it. In his notes he says that probably won't happen; he's "just a Dad trying to help his son" and he doesn't have the chops to program that bit.
It would be nice if we could upload and import into Logbook using the bridges at sourceforge.
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