My mistake was to write “shoulder_lenght”. But by correcting the measurements file, so that calculations L17 and L18 are removed. Let’s enter the correct value manually. I hope you understood. Don’t others have a similar problem?
This is a formula which is made up of 2 other measurements, namely the Shoulder Length and the Arm Shoulder Tip to Wrist measurements, which you need to add before adding this code, otherwise the result will give an error.
If you don’t want to use the formula, then you can delete the formula text and enter your own value.
I don’t think this instance would warrant a more descriptive message. I think it’s something that one comes across, and once you understand the reason, you won’t forget. It’s something that should be mentioned in the new manuals… Once I get around to writing them - I’m just waiting for all the new changes to be completed.
Well, after I fix the seam allowance bug, it will probably a week or 2 to finish updating the dialogs with the addition of a Current Pen… and maybe some updates to the Groups - at least to be able to edit them. After that I’m going to figure out the Built In Seam Allowance. But of course there will always be additions.
The calculated values must be in the previous rows. Otherwise this error will occur. You have to delete the rows and put them on earlier rows than the row to be calculated.
As far as I understand, the so-called index search.
Not sure I i understand… you select a measurement and enter a value and/ or formula. The calculated column is there to show what a formula result is. For ex: You could create a custom measurement named #chest_scale and it’s formaula as bust_circ / 2. If the value of bust_circ = 36, then the calculated value of #bust_scale = 18.
There’s no need to delete rows.
The search bar is there to search for a measurement when there’s a long list of measurements where you don’t need to scroll to find it.
SeamlyME works in the same way as Seamly2D works. Everything is stored in the order that it appears in the list. So if you wish to use a formula of a measurement, then that measurement must be in the list before current measurement to make it usable.
In the case of the pre-made formulas, you must 1st add the codes used in the formula before adding them, otherwise they produce an error. In which case, you can just click on the line above to add the codes above that one or add the codes and use the arrows to move them above.
I meant the measurement vit file, but the same problem is in the formula editor. Not all measurement values are accepted as a formula error. Why aren’t the values in the right database, even if coded EN 13402, for which you have to pay. Like the whole of the EU. Now you know it’s a spreadsheet. You hardly understood?
What does EN 13402 have to do with it or for that matter a parser error? I think maybe your’re missing the point of Seamly - A vit measurement file is meant to be a custom “Made to Order” set of measurements, based on a given person’s measurements, and what ever pattern making system you are drafting with. Has nothing to do with Standards or off the rack sizes. The database of measurements is a compilation of all the required measurements used in some 90 different pattern systems. And I’ll guarantee that some systems use measurements that are not part of EN 13402, but are in the SeamlyMe database of measurements.
That’s the WHOLE point of Seamly… automatically resizing a draft to custom sizes.
If you feel the need to enter all of EN 13402 - go for it.
The reason was found: C language variable translation errors in the names. For example, leg_calf_circ in Finnish:pohkeen ympärysmitta and in C++ pohkeen_ympärysmitta
Due to the translation, the binding underscore of the word has been omitted.
I got all the variable names fixed and Seamly works fine.