Thanks very much for the rapid fixes.
On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 5:49 PM, Allin Cottrell <cottrell(a)wfu.edu> wrote:
On Sat, 12 May 2012, Talha Yalta wrote:
> I would like to continue reporting a few more issues/bugs. I
> understand that these are not by any means crucial, however, such
> rough edges are often hard to notice and easier to fix. So I hope
> these are useful on the road to 2.0.
Yes, thanks, they're useful.
> 1)- model-save-define new variable menu: adding a scalar using say
> "c=3" opens up the scalars window showing the newly added c, however,
> if one adds more scalars, the window does not refresh and one has to
> cloase and reopen the scalars window to see the computed value.
Should be fixed now.
> 2)- In the LaTeX output of logit/probit: If the slopes will be shown,
> slope for the constant is not blank and shows a "," Moreover, all
> slopes in the LaTeX output show "undefined" if one increases the
> decimal places in the "tabular options".
> 3)- In the LaTeX output of logit/probit: The expression "%d percent"
> (for 'correctly predicted') also needs to be marked for translation.
> 4)- In logit/probit: The expression "Gradient within tolerance
> (1e-07)" needs to be marked for translation.
> 5)- It would be useful to see the observation marks (when they exist)
> in the "Display actual, fitted, residual" window.
That was happening (mostly) already, but now it should be more
> 6)- In plot edits, the line color icon disappears after line 6.
True. Right now we only support up to six lines with
user-defined coloring via the GUI. You can extend that by
editing the plot file.
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