Re: [guide-user] small animation issue

Bill Gray Jan 1, 2016

Hi Anthony,

Thank you. Just checked into it, and the problem is that four years
(at 365.25 days/year) is 1461 days. The two-year step is 730 days. Divide
by 365.25, and you get 1.99863 years. I'll probably just make that step
be 730.5 days.

-- Bill

On 12/29/2015 12:31 PM, akroes@... [guide-user] wrote:
> Just a quick note – nothing big, but I noticed that in the animation window when you are
> pressing the ‘faster’ or ‘slower’ buttons to change the time increment, at the point
> where you are going from 1 year to a longer timeframe (or 4 years down to a shorter
> timeframe) the step in between is 1,999! I chose it anyway, and it really does move the
> expected 2 years that the step between 1 and 4 would lead you to believe it would do. I
> looked at it a second time, and it is not really 1,999 years, it is 1.999 years.
> Just a typo? Or is there a specific reason it is set to that value? I checked many
> other time steps, and they are all full integer values.
> This occurs on the newest 12/10/2015 Guide 9.1 update on both Windows 8.1 and Windows 7,
> but it is not a new problem – I noticed it on the previous version, but rarely go to
> that step, so I am not sure how long it has been doing that.