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Freemaster 2.0.2 problem with transformed variables

Question asked by agostino facotti on Sep 23, 2016
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Hi,

 

I faced a problem with Freemaster 2.0.2 using transformed variables.

 

The FMSTR project used is attached. I use Freemaster ver. 2.0.2.4 (comm.protocol v3+). The target is connected with a serial link.

You'll se two representation of the same variable (an ACC32 viewed as INT32): the first is real-transformed and multiplied by 3.051758e-5 to ease reading/writing; the last is showed as DEC.

 

Steps causing the error are the following: i try to write a number (e.g. "9" or something decimal "9.1") to the real-transformed variable and Freemaster says "Could not translate value back to its raw format" (see image no.2).

 

But if I change the decimal-viewed variable all is ok: in the example i changed it from 327681 to 317681 and the real-transformed one correctly changed from "10" to "9.69486" (see image no.3).

 

I experienced the same error even with INT16 or Frac16 variable viewed as REAL.

Another point maybe linked: a project saved with the new Freemaster version is not able to be opened with the previous version (2.0.0.0).

 

Thank you very much,

best regards

agostino

Original Attachment has been moved to: Project.pmp.zip

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