Changes Small bugfixes when importing old databases New trait time estimates. Earlier the estimates were showed how often the trait would be executed if no constraints applied at all. Now additionally an estimate based on the standard calculations is given for all traits that are used in the predefined households. It still needs work, but should already be a large improvement. Added an area to the modular household screen to show an estimate of how well-defined a person is.
Changes Fixed a few bugs around the entire CSV-Separation-Character issue that sometimes pop up if someone does not use ; as seperator. Fixed that redundant overall sum files and individual could be generated. Included a warning message to make sure that houses get calculated with the necessary load types. Removed a couple of legacy desires Beautified some names Fixed a display bug of a button in the affordance view A lot of improvements around the Household-CSV-Import
Changes Fixed a bug that caused the command line household import to crash if there were extra “;” at the end of the line. Added a house type definition, temperature profile and geographic location to the command line household import. Updated a couple of time estimates for various traits
Changes fixed two twelve year old boys that had decided to take over the cooking for the family fixed a but that in certain, rare circumstances interrupting an affordance during the first day of the calculation would crash the calculation. created the new CHR60, a household for young parents with a 2-year-old toddler
Changes Fixed a bug where having a dot (“.”) in a household name or household plan name would cause errors Fixed a bug that meant changes in the settings were only applied after restarts. Fixed a lot of bugs in the importer that had been there since 5.3. Now it should be possible to import things from V5.2 and earlier again and things should work right away.
Changes Introduced an export mode to export a modular household definition to a CSV file. Introduced an import mode to import the previously exported household definition again by using “Simulationengine.exe –ImportHouseholdDefinition “ The idea is to make it easier and quicker to manually created different households, for example if you want to evaluate the load profile after the kids move out.
Changes to the Webpage Updated all the PDFs on the webpage Added precalculated sample profiles for each household Added a short tutorial on how to customize a household Changes to the LPG Fixed some errors in the PDFs Removed the “None” loadtype from being included in the PDFs Added an option for the carpet plot column width for the action carpet plots and energy carpet plots Added a command line option to list the load type priorities Added a new field to make it easier to get rid of templated items Cleaned up the development menu and added safety warnings Made it much quicker to delete a large number of households.