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Xubuntu 14.04 x86_64
Mono 3.2.8 packages from Ubuntu repos (I think these are the important ones):
Wire Gauge v3
App generates a divide by zero error if a value begins with a decimal point. Works normally if a zero precedes the decimal point.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Start WireGauge3.exe
2. Select the Metric radio button.
3. Wire Gauge: (empty)
4. Trace Weight: 2
5. Trace Width: .2
6. Click the Wire Gauge Solve button.
I receive a "Divide by zero. Please check data!" error dialog. If I enter "0.2" for the Trace Width, the Wire Gauge box computes "35.82". This occurs with both mono running on Wine (wine-mono 4.5.6) and Linux mono from Ubuntu repos. Leading zero is not required when using Wine and .Net 2 runtime (winetricks dotnet20).
Please update to recent Mono 4.2 or newer which should have this sort of errors resolved.