It is not required to have set a version number but it is recommended to do so. If a Futurama document is validated a message will appear when this property is empty.
The name of the object as it is shown in the source of the website. By default the XmlName is equal to the name given in the property (Name) with spaces replaced by underscores, but you are free to change it.
This property has two values: "Compatibility" and "Standard". It is recommended to use the CalculationType "Standard" for it assures that calculations are not executed when (part of) its input is invalid. This prevents the creation of erroneous results. The CalculationType "Compatibility" is only used when older Futurama Documents (version 3.2 and earlier) are converted to a newer version of Futurama while retaining the more 'tolerant' calculation style of the old Futurama. When validating a document Futurama will display a warning when the CalculatonType "Compatibility" is used. To prevent erroneous results it is therefore recommended to switch to CalculationType "Standard" and resolve any errors that might occur as a result.
This setting controls the behavior of Futurama. In some occasions we change the behavior of formulas or other objects between Futurama versions. That happens only when undesired behavior is found in old versions. The compatibility mode ensures that Futurama will keep behaving in the old way. This guarantees that the results of your calculations remain the same.
The default value for Compatibility is 'Futurama_Current'. With this settings you get the most recent and correct behavior.
When you convert a document to a new version, Futurama checks if your document contains items that are affected by the compatibility setting. If that is the case, your document will get a different value for the Compatibility setting. For example ‘Futurama_5_1_4’ which ensures behavior that is compatible with Futurama 5.1.4. See here for more details.
This property is only visible when the CalculationType is Standard. If this property is set to 'True' Futurama will generate an error when a calculation in Futurama results in an Infinity, for example when dividing by 0. This error can be logged when desired. If this property is set to 'False' no error is generated and the string 'Infinity' is returned.
This property is only visible when the CalculationType is Standard. If this property is set to 'True' Futurama will generate an error when a calculation in Futurama results in a NaN (Not a Number), for example when taking the square root of a negative number. This error can be logged when desired. If this property is set to 'False' no error is generated and the string 'NaN' is returned.
The name of the object.
Here a comment can be entered. For example a short description of the object.
This is a read-only property that states the location and name of the Futurama document on file.
This is a read-only property that states the fileversion of Futurama. If the fileversion of a Futurama document does not match the fileversion of the Futurama Editor in which it is opened it will either convert the Futurama document (when its fileversion is lower than the Editor's fileversion) or give a message that the document can't be opened (when it's fileversion is higher than the Editor's fileversion).
The unique identification number of the object. This number is automatically generated by Futurama on the moment of creation. This number can be used when searching for a certain object in the Find Window.
This is a read-only property that states the path to the location of the Futurama document on file.
This property displays a list of all ignored validation messages. You can manually add an ignore-all, or remove previously ignored messages.
This property states the most recent date and time on which the document has been saved, by which user, in which Futurama Version and on which computer.