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TOPIC: sort order results

sort order results 09 Sep 2018 13:52 #6144

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  • In addition to what Robert said, it is indeed possible to change the state property from the outside, but that's only done for technical reasons, this property needs to be public, so that the compiler emits code that accesses it at runtime. But it's not supposed to be set/reset by user code directly, that's what I meant by saying this implementation detail was supposed to be undocumented :)
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    sort order results 10 Sep 2018 07:50 #6146

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  • Hi Robert and Chris

    Thanks for the inside view. i´ll stay with the vo13 switch.

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    sort order results 07 Dec 2018 14:41 #6962

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  • Hi Chris,

    ... reanimate another thread :-)

    i´ve checked with the 2.0.0.7 build the german sort results and went almost crazy :woohoo: At first the result was correct, but suddenly no longer. The problem is that the SetNatDll() param is handled cAse seNsitiVe :blink:

    ? SetNatDLL ( "german" )

    looks good, and even though the return value is TRUE, asort() gives wrong results. The only way to activate the resource:

    SetNatDLL ( "German" )

    You have exactly one week to fix this, otherwise i want my money back :whistle::lol::lol:

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    sort order results 07 Dec 2018 20:20 #6963

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  • Hi Karl-Heinz,

    Thanks, I see the problem, exactly as you described it. Happens when trying to load the "weights" of chars, from the resources in the runtime dlls. I agree, one week will probably be enough time to fix this :)

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