Re: [DQSD-Users] Odd Math Error

2007-05-17 Thread rahlquist
Kim, Uhhh that doesnt sound right to me. I subtracted 3 different values from another value and got the same result twice. Also two of the results are flat out wrong. I could understand if I had used some kind of hokey notation but its a straight up math problem X-Y. When performed in a

[DQSD-Users] cut paste firefox error

2007-05-17 Thread Tom Corcoran
Another thing I notice with the new version is, as reported by Brain Dunsworth in March, I can no longer paste (ctrl+V or the old trusty ctrl+ins) into the taskbar. Already in the last day I've done it many times to be frustrated and realise how much I do this. Is there a way to get this

Re: [DQSD-Users] cut paste firefox error

2007-05-17 Thread bill . hewitt
Hi Tom, On Thu, 17 May 2007 23:08:08 +0100, you [Tom Corcoran] wrote: }Note I got it after 2 clean installs on 2 different machines. anyone }using this version successfully with the latest Firefox? Sorry to have to tell you that I am having no problems with either Firefox (ver 2.0.0.3) nor

Re: [DQSD-Users] Odd Math Error

2007-05-17 Thread Kim Gräsman
Hi Richard, Uhhh that doesnt sound right to me. I subtracted 3 different values from another value and got the same result twice. Oops, I didn't see your results were identical for the first two cases. I tried it here; 2156737.51 - 16123.81 = 2140613.67 2156737.51 - 16123.83 =

Re: [DQSD-Users] cut paste firefox error

2007-05-17 Thread Kim Gräsman
Tom, Bill, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 17 May 2007 23:08:08 +0100, you [Tom Corcoran] wrote: }Note I got it after 2 clean installs on 2 different machines. anyone }using this version successfully with the latest Firefox? Sorry to have to tell you that I am having no problems with

Re: [DQSD-Users] Odd Math Error

2007-05-17 Thread Charlie Russel
It's all about binary arithmetic. Spreadsheets have traditionally had this same issue. There are workarounds for it, but there's a substantial performance penalty and in most cases it's simply not enough to worry about. The number is always only off by one bit at the limit of your precision.