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Maybe I'm missing something, but is there a way of setting this separately for each session? If set on auto, it often sets completely arbitrary intervals which are almost meaningless in terms of minutes and seconds?

are you talking about the button that lets you manage sessions? Thye removed that. Now you have to click the actual text that says "Session"
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Yeah I had this problem before and didn't figure out how to fix it for months (had to use keyboard shortcuts to switch sessions). Eventually I accidentally fixed it by pressing on the top left corner of the statistics panel.

When I got this, I just cleared my cache and browser history and it was back.

WARNING: Remember to save your solves (via export, either through the csTimer database or a download) before you do this! You don't want to lose all your solves!

In the top left corner of the panels time list, scramble and tools you can find a small button (dark overlay, can be hard to see if you use a dark design/background) which hides / shows the dropdown menus.

I’m planning to use Cstimer on multiple devices, but I don’t want to export my data every time I log off. Is there any way to export my Cstimer data automatically?

Tools --> statistics shows cumulative time for a given session. If you record the solve as multiple solves within a single dedicated session then cumulative time will be your total solve time. Is that what you want?

I've been having incorrect data issues with cstimer, does anyone know how to fix this?
Generated By csTimer on 2022-01-13
avg of 5: 10.16

Time List:
1. (9.90) D B' D2 R2 B2 D F D' F2 L U2 B2 R D2 R' B2 D2 R' L' B'
2. 10.16 R2 F2 U F2 L2 U L2 B2 U2 F2 D F D2 L2 F D2 B' L F2 D'
3. (13.07) D2 B D2 U2 B R2 U2 B' L2 D2 B2 D2 U' L2 F L2 F R B' R2
4. (13.07) L2 F2 R' D B L' U R2 U2 F L2 B' U2 F' D2 B U2 B' L2 D B'
5. (8.66) D B' D L2 D' B2 D B2 R2 B2 R2 D B2 R D L2 R' D2 U2 B'

It shows the only counting solve as a 10.16, and it says the average is 10.16 when it is really an 11 average.

I've been having incorrect data issues with cstimer, does anyone know how to fix this?
Generated By csTimer on 2022-01-13
avg of 5: 10.16

Time List:
1. (9.90) D B' D2 R2 B2 D F D' F2 L U2 B2 R D2 R' B2 D2 R' L' B'
2. 10.16 R2 F2 U F2 L2 U L2 B2 U2 F2 D F D2 L2 F D2 B' L F2 D'
3. (13.07) D2 B D2 U2 B R2 U2 B' L2 D2 B2 D2 U' L2 F L2 F R B' R2
4. (13.07) L2 F2 R' D B L' U R2 U2 F L2 B' U2 F' D2 B U2 B' L2 D B'
5. (8.66) D B' D L2 D' B2 D B2 R2 B2 R2 D B2 R D L2 R' D2 U2 B'

It shows the only counting solve as a 10.16, and it says the average is 10.16 when it is really an 11 average.