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It probably saved the username/password from a previous login. You can delete the saved username/password by opening "Windows Credential Manager", clicking on "Windows Credentials" and delete the entry for CSPro_sync_ftp://<server url>/_pass and CSPro_sync_ftp://<server url>/_use...
Back in the old days before calculators and computers people used tables to calculate trigonometric functions: https://www.analyzemath.com/trigonometry/trigonometric_table.html You could use the same technique in your CSPro program with arrays or lookup files to create your own sin, cos and atan fun...
Please try downloading the latest version of CSPro and try again. We recently fixed some issues related to that error. If that does not solve the problem please post your dictionary along with detailed steps to reproduce the problem.
- April 11th, 2019, 5:25 pm
- Forum: Synchronization
- Topic: Missing topic of sychronisation
- Replies: 6
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Please follow EXACTLY the instructions in this document: http://www.csprousers.org/resources/SimpleSynchronizationWithDropbox.pdf Lots of people skim the document and assume they should do the same thing as in older versions of CSPro but the steps have changed so please follow those steps exactly an...
- April 11th, 2019, 4:13 pm
- Forum: Android
- Topic: App crashes when opening a questionnaire
- Replies: 7
- Views: 519
I spent some time running your application in the debugger and stepping through the code but I didn't see anything suspicious. I was never able to get the crash in the value set cleanup code to happen but that code has already changed a bit with initial work for the 7.3 release (still a long ways aw...
You would be better off using timestamp() to calculate time differences. Timestamp() returns a time in seconds so you can subtract one timestamp from another to get an elapsed time in seconds. http://www.csprousers.org/help/CSPro/ti ... ction.html