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|0000203||openvibe-designer||bug report||public||2020-03-02 19:50||2020-03-02 19:50|
|Platform||OS||Windows 10 Home (64-bit)||OS Version||10.0.18362|
|Summary||0000203: Lua stimulator box setting types not saved and/or always reverts to "undefined"|
|Description||When I tried to add new settings to the Lua stimulator box, the settings name and default values can be saved successfully. However, no matter which type I chose, it -always- reverts back to "undefined".|
In addition, when attempting to modify pre-existing Lua stimulator box (e.g. the one included in the motor imagery BCI example), the type modifications are not saved. For example, when I set the "Lua script" field type into "String" instead of "Script", it will revert back to "Script" anyway. Similar thing happened when I tried to modify a "Float"-type field into "Integer", it will revert back to "Float".
This bug occurs in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of OpenViBE 2.2.0. However, the bug is not present in OpenViBE 2.1.0. Due to this, I am currently sticking to version 2.1.0.
|Steps To Reproduce||In blank scenario:|
- Add "Lua Stimulator" box
- Choose "Modify Settings" > "New"
- Create a random setting. For example:
-- Name: "Time (seconds)"
-- Type: "Integer"
-- Default value: "10"
- Choose "Modify Settings" > (the new setting) > "Configure"
- The type should appear as "undefined" instead. Try changing it again to "Integer".
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|2020-03-02 19:50||cyanindya||New Issue|
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