Introducing YellowFruit.

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nick. wrote: Sat May 30, 2020 7:47 pm Ok, so whenever I open YellowFruit 2.5.1 on my laptop, it crashes and I get this crash report. Link to the full report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kqm ... sp=sharing
I've published a new version that I believe fixes this. (I don't have a device that runs Catalina, so I can't be sure.)

Let me know if you're still seeing problems. Sorry this took so long.
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Ndg wrote: Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:26 pm
nick. wrote: Sat May 30, 2020 7:47 pm Ok, so whenever I open YellowFruit 2.5.1 on my laptop, it crashes and I get this crash report. Link to the full report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Kqm ... sp=sharing
I've published a new version that I believe fixes this. (I don't have a device that runs Catalina, so I can't be sure.)

Let me know if you're still seeing problems. Sorry this took so long.
I'm told this doesn't work either. At this time I would recommend not using Apple products.
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When I export Full Report, I cannot upload any of the produced HTML pages to hsquizbowl apart from the _standing.html file - the others all bring up the error "Scoreboard report was not saved because it does not appear to be a valid SQBS file." etc.
Edit. Also when I send the file to another person, the negs continue to be recorded, but not displayed in the output files they produce.
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Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone wrote: Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:55 am When I export Full Report, I cannot upload any of the produced HTML pages to hsquizbowl apart from the _standing.html file - the others all bring up the error "Scoreboard report was not saved because it does not appear to be a valid SQBS file." etc.
I've released a new version that fixes this issue.

Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone wrote: Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:55 am Edit. Also when I send the file to another person, the negs continue to be recorded, but not displayed in the output files they produce.
This is likely an issue of older versions not working with files from newer versions. I've done my best to prevent these kinds of issues, but all the same I would advise folks to be on the same version if possible if you're passing files around.
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My YellowFruit was working fine until I went to export the full report. Then it froze for about 2 minutes and finally crashed. When I tried to reopen it, all that came up was a java script error. I can't seem to open any of the files I saved to the program.
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JA01 wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2020 10:32 pm My YellowFruit was working fine until I went to export the full report. Then it froze for about 2 minutes and finally crashed. When I tried to reopen it, all that came up was a java script error. I can't seem to open any of the files I saved to the program.
Sorry about that. I have no idea how your system ended up in that state, but I have released a version that at least won't crash on startup in that specific situation.
Joshua Rutsky wrote: Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:54 am the interface is much easier than SQBS with one exception - in SQBS, you can tab into the field for team selection and begin typing the name of the team that is playing; in YellowFruit I was forced to click each time and select the field with my mouse before I could enter the team name.
As a bonus, I finally remembered to fix this.
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I have not done statistics in a while, but I was pleased to get a chance to use YellowFruit today. It is fantastic -- the stats entry program that finally fixes SQBS's (understandable) shortcomings. You have done a truly admirable job here, Andrew.
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Ndg wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:51 pm
Snoopy wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:46 pm Do you think you can add an import from SQBS feature in a future release for easy conversion? Not a programmer, so sorry if I just made an insanely hard suggestion.
What is the use case for doing this? It's not necessarily that hard, but I haven't come with a reason to justify the work.
Things like TJSheets output SQBS files, but people would prefer to use Yellowfruit to work on them. This would be really helpful.
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CPiGuy wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:12 am
Ndg wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:51 pm
Snoopy wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:46 pm Do you think you can add an import from SQBS feature in a future release for easy conversion? Not a programmer, so sorry if I just made an insanely hard suggestion.
What is the use case for doing this? It's not necessarily that hard, but I haven't come with a reason to justify the work.
Things like TJSheets output SQBS files, but people would prefer to use Yellowfruit to work on them. This would be really helpful.
Wouldn't this be possible with a SQBS to QBJ converter? I couldn't find one in a couple minutes of searching but there must be one somewhere. If not, it's pretty easy to implement.
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acz13 wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 3:01 am
CPiGuy wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:12 am
Ndg wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 9:51 pm
Snoopy wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:46 pm Do you think you can add an import from SQBS feature in a future release for easy conversion? Not a programmer, so sorry if I just made an insanely hard suggestion.
What is the use case for doing this? It's not necessarily that hard, but I haven't come with a reason to justify the work.
Things like TJSheets output SQBS files, but people would prefer to use Yellowfruit to work on them. This would be really helpful.
Wouldn't this be possible with a SQBS to QBJ converter? I couldn't find one in a couple minutes of searching but there must be one somewhere. If not, it's pretty easy to implement.
I think there's a QBJ to SQBS converter but not the other way around.
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Right now it can only import the specific sorts qbj files that Neg5 generates, which are kind of weird iirc and on an older version of the schema.

I'm happy to support more general qbj import funcationality -- I've been planning to do it at some point for a while -- but I don't really know anything about how these fancy spreadsheet things work so if you want something like that, contact me privately and we can work together to design a solution (although I would be unlikely to make much progress until around January due to various Life Things).
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Came across a bug. Apparently the program currently does not recognize teams who claim 100% of their bouncebacks.

Screenshot: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DMd57l ... eLYb6/view
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Atlashill wrote: Tue Nov 10, 2020 7:20 pm Came across a bug. Apparently the program currently does not recognize teams who claim 100% of their bouncebacks.

Screenshot: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DMd57l ... eLYb6/view
Silly issue with floating point math. I've published a version with the fix.
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Thank you for the quick fix! Excellent as always!
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