RedCrab - The Calculator

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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#31 Post by SYSTEM » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:30 am

Nick Charles wrote:Version 4.0 available
I believe you mean 4.30? :P

Anyway, entry updated & welcome to TPFC. :)
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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#32 Post by I am Baas » Tue Jun 30, 2015 9:39 pm

Tested version 5.1.1.47 Not Portable

Settings:
\AppData\Local\RedCrab\RedCrab.exe_Url_txjbpxnhyuz34x3hqqy1duebvs510ant\
\AppData\Local\RedCrab\RedCrab Calculator V\5


Down voted!
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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#33 Post by Midas » Wed Jul 01, 2015 2:47 am

Does downvoting affect the overall ranking of a database entry? Last time I tried it looked like it didn't... :roll:

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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#34 Post by Checker » Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:23 pm

I am Baas wrote:Tested version 5.1.1.47 Not Portable

Settings:
\AppData\Local\RedCrab\RedCrab.exe_Url_txjbpxnhyuz34x3hqqy1duebvs510ant\
\AppData\Local\RedCrab\RedCrab Calculator V\5


Down voted!
See changelog of v5.1.2 :!:
- Display, font and result settings are now saved for the next session.
- Settings are saved in the subdirectory tools of the start directory.
- Problems by insert of fraction lines fixed.
- Appearance of the root symbol improved.

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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#35 Post by Andrew Lee » Thu Jul 09, 2015 12:48 am

Does downvoting affect the overall ranking of a database entry? Last time I tried it looked like it didn't...
If A (R5) and B(R5) vote for an entry (total score = 10), and later B downvotes, the total score becomes 5. But if C (R5) downvotes, it has no effect on the total score.

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Re: RedCrab - The Calculator

#36 Post by Midas » Thu Jul 09, 2015 7:19 am

I see. I definitely agree with the present logic, as it prevents upvoters from being shut by naysayers. But it kind of skews the ratings, doesn't it? As in negative ratings not really registering. Thanks for the info. :)

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