I’ve stumbled across an interesting bug that arises when your computer’s region is set to the Netherlands (even if your system language is English). When I first tried Carbide Create today, creating new tools was incredibly buggy for me and was nearly impossible to do. I had to remove nearly all decimal points in the Edit Tool screen and only then it would let me save a new tool. I think I’ve figured out what’s causing the issue. In the Netherlands we use , for a decimal point and . for a thousand indicator. This appears to be messing with how Carbide Create stores tool data, with a decimal point in it, in the tool database CSV files. As soon as I switched my system region to United States and my system language from English (Netherlands) to English (United States), I could add new tools just fine without the buggy behavior. Would this be something that anyone has a solution for? as I’d really like to keep my system’s region in the Netherlands, as I use my computer for much more than just CNC work.
This is a known issue.
It is being worked on (see the change log for the beta)
- (NEW) Allow comma as a decimal separator in most values.