by **Psyberia-Support** » Fri Aug 20, 2021 6:55 am

Yes, in the explorer mode the precision is voluntarily reduced so numbers can displayed bigger.

By default there is only one decimal precision, but you can change this using the settings given by Ingensor.

Know I realize it can be done better (depending on the size of the number):

- if the distance is less than 10 km, I can display decimal 2 digits (use the regular setting precision), this way you have 3 significant figures;

- if the distance is between 10 and 100 km, I can display 1 decimal (use the "reduced precision" setting), it will still have 3 significant figures;

- if the distance is greater then 100 km, only one decimal will be displayed in very small (this is already the case for the "done so far" display).

Yes, in the explorer mode the precision is voluntarily reduced so numbers can displayed bigger.

By default there is only one decimal precision, but you can change this using the settings given by Ingensor.

Know I realize it can be done better (depending on the size of the number):

- if the distance is less than 10 km, I can display decimal 2 digits (use the regular setting precision), this way you have 3 significant figures;

- if the distance is between 10 and 100 km, I can display 1 decimal (use the "reduced precision" setting), it will still have 3 significant figures;

- if the distance is greater then 100 km, only one decimal will be displayed in very small (this is already the case for the "done so far" display).