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Post by Zimoon » Thu Dec 06, 2007 1:52 pm

Holden wrote:If you search for d on this site (and on most simplified resource viewers) and plug in 50/50 you get:
I think I saw a post not long ago that at the Find Resource page having an option Consider Caps is in the backlog for the developers here.
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Post by Sobuno » Thu Dec 06, 2007 2:41 pm

Zimoon wrote:
Holden wrote:If you search for d on this site (and on most simplified resource viewers) and plug in 50/50 you get:
I think I saw a post not long ago that at the Find Resource page having an option Consider Caps is in the backlog for the developers here.
/Z
Added Consider Caps, hope they work as intended:

stat*entered percentage/100*1000/cap

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Post by Holden » Thu Dec 06, 2007 2:46 pm

Sobuno wrote: Added Consider Caps, hope they work as intended:

stat*entered percentage/100*1000/cap
Fantastic! Thank you very much!

It worked for my first test, 50/50 CD/OQ on Titanium Aluminum. It failed on my second test, 50/50 CD/OQ on Duralloy Steel - it returns the same value whether or not caps are considered. It looks like it thinks Duralloy is uncapped on CD, while the actual cap is 650.

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Post by Sobuno » Thu Dec 06, 2007 2:58 pm

Holden wrote:
Sobuno wrote: Added Consider Caps, hope they work as intended:

stat*entered percentage/100*1000/cap
Fantastic! Thank you very much!

It worked for my first test, 50/50 CD/OQ on Titanium Aluminum. It failed on my second test, 50/50 CD/OQ on Duralloy Steel - it returns the same value whether or not caps are considered. It looks like it thinks Duralloy is uncapped on CD, while the actual cap is 650.
I'll look into it in a minute

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Post by Sobuno » Thu Dec 06, 2007 3:28 pm

Should be fixed now

An = was missing when checking for if a cap had been set to 0 (As in, not available for that class). 0 == NULL, but 0 is not === NULL.

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Post by Holden » Thu Dec 06, 2007 4:54 pm

Sobuno wrote:Should be fixed now
It's working for every test case I can throw at it. :D

Once again, thank you very much! I can ditch my resource cap cheat sheet now, as well as the excel sheet I was using to generate weighted percentages. :lol:

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Post by Zimoon » Thu Dec 06, 2007 8:33 pm

Haven't I always said the Devs here are great, big ears and short turnaround time :D

Thanks for everything Slybuno

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Post by Sobuno » Thu Dec 06, 2007 8:35 pm

Zimoon wrote:Haven't I always said the Devs here are great, big ears and short turnaround time :D

Thanks for everything Slybuno

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No problem, been on the forums most of the day, trying to figure out why we are getting the connection error (Well, I know why we are getting it, I just don't know why my fix didn't solve it)

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