Till now I have been using MathCad 13 on Windows XP. I downloaded the MathCad 15 on trial basis.
I am seeing strange behavior regarding the formatting of unit exponents in results. I can create a simple worksheet in 13 to show a variable as a result. It looks normal. If I open the same file in 15, it apears that the exponent inherits the formating of the number in front of the units. So if the number in front of the units is in exponential notation, the unit exponents will be in exponential notation as well.
MC13 rendition of file:
MC15 rendition of file:
This is crazy and hard to read.
Do anybody know what is going on or how to fix?
I have found that by manually entering the results units, things get back to normal.
Does anybody else have this problem?
My bad, it apparently hadn't gotten fixed, although I show the problem reported and logged Sept 15, 2006. Apparently, it was easier to break the system than to fix it.