I like what you did with it. I might consider removing the stuff (paragraph 2 of 3) about auto vacuum. Unless someone has gone out of their way to set up TD in a nonstandard way, it's not turned on. If they have, then they know what they are doing.This version adds a new for for database maintenance operations.
I am pleased with the result, it is a more logical place for the maintenance functions. I did think about using a fairly ripe Anglo-Saxon phase in the warning but decided that some people might possible be offended by it :xI like what you did with it. I might consider removing the stuff (paragraph 2 of 3) about auto vacuum. Unless someone has gone out of their way to set up TD in a nonstandard way, it's not turned on. If they have, then they know what they are doing.
I would also consider adding a warning that this could take a <word this forum will censor> of a long time to complete. Perhaps without using the bad word
EDIT: NM - I see you have that on the confirmation. Perfect.
Must use '.' like we heathen Americans do, not ',' like the cowardly French do.Hi guys, thank you very much for your commitment to get TD and improve. (Sorry for my English. DeepL https://www.deepl.com/translator helps me )
I have a problem with version 2080. I can only enter integer distances for the ranges e.g. 14.00 but no decimal numbers like e.g. 14.90 !
Can you check that, please?
Thx and Greetings from Mathias
Thank you ! (I'm from Germany) In the old versions (of kfsone) and also in the first of you, this still workedOkay, that you can't even use '.' is a locale related problem in TDH. Mark would have to look into that.
Okay, I'll try, but my English is bad. I hope you understand what I mean.
Apart from having a lot of options to tailor the trade route, TD will also try to get the best profit especially in cases where a station does not have enough of a profitable item to fill your hold and in this case will fill your hold with as many other items so that you have a full hold and the best profit.
Editing the ini file will not help. These values are used to set the Windows numeric controls and therefore the current locale will be used. When TDH2 converts the numeric control value to a string for passing to Trade Dangerous is does it using the current locale and thus "14,90" is the result. TDH2 has been modified to output 14.90 to Trade Dangerous which should fix the issue.Sorry, I tried the "." It doesn't work. To see in the picture above. It is always converted to "," !
I also edited the tdh.ini (14.90). Didn't help either. :O
As stated by the others, the advantage of EDDB is that it's quick and will give you a simple answer to a simple question.