A floating-point value is displayed incorrectly in a TGML graphic. The presentation field appears to show random numbers. The example shows how the value 11.60 is represented in a TGML graphic. 11.60 is actually stored as 11.600000381469727.
In format presentation mode:
In none presentation mode:
The last 6 digits of the stored floating-point value are seen!
- TAC Vista 5.1.X
- TGML editor 5.1.X
- A presentation text bound to a floating-point value.
Vista uses the PC's default settings for number of decimals, when presenting values in TGML graphics.
To resolve the issue, either set the format property to "Presentation" for the binding object or change the PC's settings to view fewer decimal places eg. 2.