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Monthly Records editor

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Monthly Records editor

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CumulusMX V3.2.2 Build 3058

It appears that the Dayfile High monthly rain column is one month off.
Jan table shows /12
May table shows /04
Dec table shows /11

Logfile months match.

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Good spot, I'll take a look.

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version 3.2.3 should fix this.

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I have just noticed that in the last row of the editor - Longest wet period - for January is showing 4 days to 31/01/17 (which is correct) but the Dayfile Value is showing 2 days to 24/01/16. Both of these are valid sequences in the dayfile (and 2 days is the next longest run) but I expected the editor to show the 4 days and 31/01/17 in the Dayfile Value/TimeStamp columns. Perhaps there a little bug in the editor?
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Can you send me copies of your dayfile and cumulus.ini (remove all passwords etc), PM is probably best.

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Thanks for the file - yes indeed it is a bug. If the monthly dry/wet period ends on the last day of a month it was getting recorded against the next month.

I've fixed this for the next release. Thanks for the notification.

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