The only way to get this error message is to enter an invalid value into a floating point field, like this:
When you press the Enter key, you’ll get this error message.
Of course pressing the Enter key is not the only way to make data entry happen. It will also happen when when you save, when closing a window, and in other situations where Panorama has to terminate editing.
There’s no doubt that what is happening is that users are accidentally typing into a field, and Panorama is correctly reporting that an incorrect value has been entered. This is a feature.
To reiterate, this message only appears in response to data entry. It will never appear when running code. For example, suppose I write code that incorrectly assigns text to a floating point field.
When I run this code, there is no error, it simply assigns zero to the field. There is no value checking for assignments in code – that’s up to you.