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For local and global variables, when inputting an initial number value, any number with more digits than 6 gets rounded, but at runtime 15 digit numbers can be used with no rounding.
Is it important to have more than 6 digits of precision? I would have thought 6 is fine.
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It's simply an inconsistency, as it is if I need a higher precision value I have to use an action to set the value of the local or global variable.
The issue came up in this topic:
OK, this is fixed in the next build. You can use precision up to the floating point precision (10-14 digits).
I had to do a last-minute fix to r61. Along with the update I included this fix, so if you re-download r61 it should be working now!