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 2005-03-15, 01:09 #1 Primeinator     "Kyle" Feb 2005 Somewhere near M50..sshh! 2×3×149 Posts Modifying Percentage-Done Display? Is there anyway to make Prime95 display more digits in the percentage done area? Its set to display 2 digits after the decimal. Is there a way to make it do 3 or 4? Thanks.
2005-03-15, 01:14   #2
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Sure, from the Undoc.txt section of the help file:
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 You can adjust how many decimal digits of precision are displayed in lines output to the screen. In prime.ini enter a value between 0 and 6: PercentPrecision=n

 2005-03-15, 02:30 #3 Primeinator     "Kyle" Feb 2005 Somewhere near M50..sshh! 2×3×149 Posts Umm...thanks, but how do I get in and edit the prime.ini file?
 2005-03-15, 03:21 #4 S80780   Jan 2003 far from M40 53 Posts Open the folder, you installed Prime95 to - usually C:\Program Files\Prime95\ -, select prime.ini, doubleclick it or press enter. This should open the prime.ini file with an editor. Type in the quoted line, replacing n by the preferred value, and press enter. Close the editor and confirm to save the prime.ini file. Done.
2005-03-15, 05:32   #5
moo

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by S80780 Open the folder, you installed Prime95 to - usually C:\Program Files\Prime95\ -, select prime.ini, doubleclick it or press enter. This should open the prime.ini file with an editor. Type in the quoted line, replacing n by the preferred value, and press enter. Close the editor and confirm to save the prime.ini file. Done.

u forgot to add restart prime 95 so changes may take effect.

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