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  1. Corrections: Save Worksheet The timestamp of the backup copy of the current Worksheet (last.dsb) optionally created at measurement start is no longer included in the MODIFY_DATE/TIME system string as the modification time for the loaded Worksheet. Write data When the "Append to File" module option was active and the Close and Reopen File action was triggered, global variables and strings contained in the file name were not evaluated. This could lead to the fact that no file with a new resulting name was created to take up new data, but was written further into the file with the old n
  2. Corrections: Multiplexing/SmartMux A crash could occur when stopping the measurement if a demultiplex module was used in the Worksheet. This error has been fixed. Writing Modbus data The setting "Use sampling rate of input data" was not always handled correctly. With sampling rates greater than 1 Hz, data was always sent even if there was no data at the input. This error has been fixed. Reading data from an ASCII file When reading data from an ASCII file (including CSV and text format), the channel number entered by the user is now always used. This makes it possible to r
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