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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Floating ports are common. They dont do any harm. As soon as you attach a sensor, it stops floating. If there is no sensor, then why are you monitor it? Pretty much just leave it.
    Some ports went on giving strange and incorrect values even when i had a sensor connected to them. But now that ive put jumpers on all the ports that i don't use the problem is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    The 20.48xxxx is because you did not set the decimal precision. The textbox that says how many decimals to show. And that is the correct value for 0v being read in. It is actually -20 but that font file has no hyphen.
    Well i did not change anything to the example included in MDX(except for deleting the mainbrain and including my own) The decimals are set at 2 by default and still i get long numbers


    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Are you sure you connected the temp sensor to the right port? If you sort of "squeeze" the pins lightly with your fingers you should be able to see the value change. Dont squeeze like a madman but just sort of go from the outermost to the innermost pins. Bring up a virtual brain and see what is going on there.
    Yea the values change when i put the temp sensor near my laptop fan (which is pretty warm)

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    Ive had some email contact with Nick and he found out what the problem was.

    It had nothing to do with the way i configured my FusionConfiguration.xml.

    The problem was that my regional settings where set on dutch. And here in the Netherlands we use a , instead of a . for a decimal symbol.

    Ive changed this in the regional settings and now everything is working fine.

    For those who have the same problem bellow is a screenshot of what you need to change in your regional settings:



    Thanks Fusion Control Centre

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    Just as a followup, I am working on trying to improve regional setting support, but it is a slow process. I use the "." character as a delimeter in hundreds and hundreds of locations in various config programs and it is heavily engrained in the syntax. I never even thought about the ',' vs '.' thing. But it will be fixed, but I just dont know when.
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