I’m getting some very strange behavior in Grasshopper using
SetSliderValue(val) on systems that use
, as a numerical seperator (for example, German Windows).
Setting the slider in this way will result in a output value that is separated by
, instead of
. ,which can break some definitions. Manually recalculating the definition will set the separator of the output back to
This is strange because I use
decimal as a the type of input for the slider.
I’m parsing the input values from
decimal, so maybe that’s the problem.
On the other hand,
decimal should always be
I guess I could get around this problem by setting tick values instead.
I’m just wondering if anybody has an idea what’s going on.