Math channels for filters they do not work

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LucaB
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Math channels for filters they do not work

Post by LucaB » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:51 pm

Greetings to all the staff and pico users.

Today I wanted to play with math channels, but I realized that functions for filters do not work, it gives me error message on setting formula.
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installed version 6.11.10

I tried it with another PC with installed version 6.10.8.1, and everything works well

I installed on a PC with the old version, the new version 6.11.12 but math channels for filters do not work yet.

Many thanks for your attention

Luca

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Re: Math channels for filters they do not work

Post by volrem » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:42 pm

Hi

It took a while to figure it out (with help from Pico support) but problem is that this tooltip (and documentation) say to use "," as separator but on many non UK localization settings we have different sign for separator.

In Estonia it's ";" and it works for me with that.

To check open up Windows Region and Language -> Formats -> Additional Settings and check. This is in WIN7 and may be different in other versions.
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Re: Math channels for filters they do not work

Post by LucaB » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:59 pm

Hi Volrem
Many thanks response.

I replaced ";" with "," and everything ok.

Thanks again

Luca

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Re: Math channels for filters they do not work

Post by volrem » Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:08 pm

LucaB wrote:Hi Volrem
Many thanks response.

I replaced ";" with "," and everything ok.

Thanks again

Luca

You are welcome.

However if you changed ; to , in Regional settings then I would recommend changing it back (as it is opposed to be) and just use ; in Pico.

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