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Score4 can't add a track

Discussion in 'NR2003 - PC Support and Troubleshooting' started by Jakub Smetana, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. Jakub Smetana

    Jakub Smetana Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys, I have one problem with Score4, I can't add any track to Score4 track list. Every time when I want to add a track, I got this error message: the number of query values and target box is not the same.

    I tried again install Score4, run as a administrator, but nothing help. Do you have any idea please?
     

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  2. jacobc62

    jacobc62 The OG NASCAR Tiger.

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    You're putting a comma "," instead of a period "." for the decimal point by the looks of it.

    In the image, it looks like you have it as "0,555" instead of "0.555".
     
  3. Jakub Smetana

    Jakub Smetana Well-Known Member

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    Yeah but when I put 0.555, I got this an error message: Miles must be a numeric
     
  4. Rufio2031

    Rufio2031 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a mismatch data type. Try a couple of these...
    .555
    .55
    0.55

    I don't know about the application, but are the miles 100% necessary? Also, it might mean race miles, i.e. 500 miles. In this case, a rounded number (non decimal) makes sense for an acceptable value and should be a proper "numeric" value type.
     
  5. Mystical

    Mystical Always 110%

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    I fixed the issue for him. His pc was in a different language other than English and score4 was not translating the decimal points correctly. Once he switched to English it worked.
     
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  6. Jakub Smetana

    Jakub Smetana Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, issue is fixed, thanks to Mystical, but thanks to all who tried help me :)
     

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