New beta version of Bet Angel v1.57.0

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Dabbla
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It works fine in 'factory default' but changes back after changing layout.

Version 2004(OS build 19041, 1165)
Display settings are 100%
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spock
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Hi.
It's a bit strange but factory default showed same problem for me.
Build is....Version21h1(os build 19043,1165)
I've not got into this build much, so not seen anything else yet.
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Dabbla wrote:
Tue Sep 14, 2021 4:08 pm
It works fine in 'factory default' but changes back after changing layout.

Version 2004(OS build 19041, 1165)
Display settings are 100%
This Test PC is a slightly later Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.1165), so you could try moving to a later version of Windows, but if your looks ok with factory default layout, then it's probably the measurements saved into the layout profile itself, and the solution will be to recreate your preferred layout from scratch and save. I don't think your settings profile will be affected, so you should be able to continue using those.

We've moved to a slightly later version of .NET with this build, so that in combination with any subtle font changes, display driver changes or Windows updates on your PC since that layout was last saved, could be causing a variation in the vertical height of that window. It doesn't sound like something we could detect in the code, so creating a new layout is the solution.
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I like the facility to format numbers as currency. Hate seeing that I've won 4.3 pounds. :D
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spock wrote:
Tue Sep 14, 2021 4:33 pm
It's a bit strange but factory default showed same problem for me.
That's odd. We'll try on a few different PCs to see if we can recreate it. Maybe we can just make the outer frame of the window resizable, so if it happens to be the wrong size on a particular PC it can be resized and saved.
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spock
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Hi.
I had multiple instances open for the first reply.
I shut every thing down and opened one instance with factory default settings, clock problem is now ok.
Sorry for the hasty first reply.
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spock wrote:
Tue Sep 14, 2021 5:15 pm
Hi.
I had multiple instances open for the first reply.
I shut every thing down and opened one instance with factory default settings, clock problem is now ok.
Sorry for the hasty first reply.
No problem. It does look like a v56 layout when imported into v57 changes the size of the window, so most likely due to this change in .NET version.
During the afternoon we've experimented with allowing the countdown window to resize and that seems to work ok, so will roll that out in the next bug fix build.
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I'm half-cut now so I may be missing something but I'm not sure the value based colour settings recognises zero or negative numbers. I'd expect the -£3.00 under 'Worst case' to be coloured red in all 3 of those images?
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Derek27 wrote:
Wed Sep 15, 2021 12:36 am
I'm half-cut now so I may be missing something but I'm not sure the value based colour settings recognises zero or negative numbers. I'd expect the -£3.00 under 'Worst case' to be coloured red in all 3 of those images?
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It works with zero (I've got an example same as yours that changes the P/L colour at 0
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and I've just double checked it again using a negative and here it is using -0.48
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So it's an alcohol error
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Bet Angel wrote:
Tue Sep 07, 2021 10:53 am
  • Various formatting, rounding, extraction, truncation options are available.
enjoying the new copy and paste options, great :D !

does the above quote refer to rounding of stored value to one decimal place or a truncation ? does it apply?
where can i find the new changes especially truncation

Much thanks.
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