So i wanted to figure out where exactly in Articulate's code the decimal's get rounded.

Unminifying and doing some tests in slides.min.js i found that in fact internally there is a spot where with multiple decimals is calculated.

At some lines this is set:

` S = function (t) {`

` return parseFloat(t.toPrecision(7));`

` };`

And indeed when logging this you will see a 7 decimal precise number. Changing this to a higher number you will see internally Storyline calculates with that higher amount of decimals.

So now to find where this value is returned to and used ( and in the end converted to a 2 decimal one )

After some searching i pinpointed the spot where the conversion from the multi-decimal Number is changed to a 2-decimal Number...

At some point there is this code, a parseVars function...

` parseVars: function () {`

` var t = this.props.model;`

` return o.parseVectorText(t, this.updateVarText(t));`

` },`

Adding some code here to see what is happening...

` parseVars: function () {`

` var t = this.props.model;`

` var tVars = o.parseVectorText(t, this.updateVarText(t));`

` var obj1 = JSON.stringify(t);`

` var obj2 = JSON.stringify(this.updateVarText(t));`

` console.log("parseVars: "+obj1+" |updateVarText: "+obj2);`

` return o.parseVectorText(t, this.updateVarText(t));`

` },`

And you will notice that obj1 still has the multi-decimal variable in it... whereas after 't' has been worked on by the function 'updateVarText( )' it is changed to a 2-decimal variable and rounded.

I cannot yet find where that function does its work...but gonna dive deeper into it.