# Split calories tag to make it curve

Hello Guys, How are you?
Is there a tag to split calories tag so I can make it curved text.
Thanks

Oh man, i dont think so.

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Hi dear Friend … unfortunately Facer does not have this tag

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Hi welcome back …Facer as far as I know doesn’t have a tag for this, but, others in the forum use expressions (have a search) . To achieve what you want you could have multiple copies of the result on different layers and mask the digits. I played with this once - it’s a lot of messing about but it’s better than nothing!

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The best you can do is curved text and then “normal” tag text above/bellow it.

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Like these tags for steps This One Took A While To Make The Curved Text. there is no tags for calories?

sure thanks to @mrantisocialguy for these tags

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There is no tags for calories.

I’m using formulas:

walk minutes: (round(#ZSC#/95))

walk calories: (round(#ZSC#/17))

calories total: (round((((#DH#*60)+#DUm#)*1.23)+(#ZSC#/17)))

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My point is that i want to separate calories like if it was 120 i want the 1, 2 , 0 all alone so i can put them in vertical way like this
1
2
0

Calculate calories as above.
Try -

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oh what an idea.
Thanks a lot

You can also do the math by using the formulas below.

Example 12345 calories, then
1 use `(floor(12345/10000))`
2 use `((floor(2345/1000))%10)`
3 use `((floor(12345/100))%10)`
4 use `((floor(12345/10))%10)`
5 use `(12345%10)`

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Much better! Perhaps it’s a ‘proper’ way to do it
I’m beginning to see the usefulness of % (Modulo)!

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I Think the closest tag i used thanks

Elegant solution. Bravo!

No need for 12345, 1234 is enough, there is no way to burn 5 digits calories.
It would be great if possible, I would be thin.

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I used this tag but when steps are 0 the calories burned are 838 ???

As @masterboyhr wrote in his post with the formula, it consist of two values. One is the calories burned while walking + calories burned due being alive. So depending on what time of day it is, the combined value grows even if the watch was laying on the table all the time.

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If you use formula for walk calories it will be directly correlated to steps.
Steps = 0 Calories = 0
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If you use formula for total calories, calories will be added depending on the time + calories burned by walking.

example: you were sleeping until 7 AM.