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  • #2084

    Andrew Brown
    Participant

    Hello everyone,

    I have encountered this interesting little bug. When I input a S-Q curve for a reservoir with values accurate to 0.001 m3/s it will work if I hit save in the Graphical editor and then close it and click “no” to “save changes”. However if I hit yes the resulting catchment file will have my S-Q curve in it however it will round all the Q values to the nearest 0.01 m3/s.

    Pretty simple work around, just hit save and then select no when the would you like to save pop up comes up when closing the GE but it is a bit annoying.

    Here’s a S-Q curve RORB rounded for me:
    1, .000, 22, Storage-discharge table (2 values x 22 lines)
    0.000, 0.000,
    330.150, 0.280,
    668.750, 0.280,
    1015.890, 0.290,
    1371.630, 0.290,
    1736.060, 0.290,
    2109.240, 0.290,
    2491.250, 0.290,
    2882.170, 0.290,
    3282.060, 0.290,
    3691.010, 0.290,
    4109.090, 0.290,
    4536.370, 0.290,
    4972.920, 0.300,
    5418.830, 0.300,
    5874.160, 0.300,
    6338.990, 0.300,
    6813.400, 0.300,
    7297.450, 0.300,
    7791.230, 0.300,
    8294.800, 0.300,
    50000.000, 0.300,

    kind regards,

    Andrew

    #2086

    Benson Liu
    Moderator

    Hi Andrew,

    That is a very interesting bug, thank you for posting this. I will make sure it is fixed for the next release.

    Kind regards,

    Benson

    #2087

    Andrew Brown
    Participant

    Hi Benson,

    thanks for the reply. It also appears to round the Q values when you use the file->open in the GE.

    When is the next release expected to come out?

    kind regards,

    Andrew

    #2088

    Benson Liu
    Moderator

    Hi Andrew,

    I do not know when the next release will be. There are not any plans currently for a new release but this may change in the future depending on when enhancements are done.

    Kind regards,

    Benson

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