October 28th, 2013

Allow your Joomla!® site users to calculate just about any formula you want!

The admin side of the module allows you to insert a formula and define the labels for each field (Up to 6). Up to 3 Result fields can be returned in Integers, Floats, Ratios, Currency and Percentages.

All math processing is done locally on your server and within the users browser.

Fix in 4.4

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Added fix to prevent Joomla from stripping out less-than signs from formulas

Fix in 4.3

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Fixed bug with reset clearing all formula modules on the same page.

New in 4.2

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Introduced new reset button functionality. Actually clears all of the fields instead of just the entry fields.

Bug fix in 4.1

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Fixed bug with not loading css/bootstrap buttons in Joomla 3.1.

New in v4.0

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Added Joomla 3.0 version. Consolidated install files so a single file installs on Joomla 2.5 and 3.0.

Bug fix in v3.2

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Fixed reset/calculate button dependency.

Bug fix in v3.1

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Fixed missing comma separator in floats.

Note 3.1 is a Joomla 2.5 only version.

New features in v3.0

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Added calculate button.

Added additional result fields.

Added ability for custom field ID’s.

Fixed decimal place bug that dropped ending zero’s.

Fixed rare conflict caused by multiple instances on one page.

Improved CSS and buttons.

New features in v2.0

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Reset/Clear button with ability to enable/disable.

Ability to set field and label width.

Tool tips when hovering over fields.

No more images. Everything has been converted to full CSS.

More Math Functions!

+ – addition

– – subtraction

* – multiplication

/ – division

^ – exponents

( ) – order of operations

sin(field) – calculate sine of field

cos(field) – calculate cosine of field

tan(field) – calculate tangent of field

asin(field) – calculate arcsine of field

acos(field) – calculate arccosine of field

atan(field) – calculate arctangent of field

abs(field) – calculate absolute value of field

exp(field) – calculate the value of E^field

log(field)- calculate natural logarithm (base E) of field

pow(x,y) – calculate the value of x to the power of y