@kevinmcfarlane Screenshot? Try to double click on the actor system to open it. Sometimes it reacts a bit slowly. Next check the network tab see if there is a request to the server for the child actors.
@Horusiath I love that idea. It was in my plan to build such a visualize for messages but I don't know where exactly to start. I might look at that code. What I'm working now is an FSM monitor where you can declare your FSM for your actor and then you can monitor the state changes from outside if the actor is actually respecting those. It should make debugging of more complex actors easier.
@object yes, surely I'm open for collaboration. I just need a bit of time to publish this on GH
@cgstevens@Danthar in general, I feel that it's always better to use DateTimeOffset instead of DateTime. DateTime has the problem that 'local' is dependent on system, so doesn't work nice on any wire because local may change.
(DateTimeOffset doesn't have a 'kind' enum but just stores the exact offset from Utc. So 5:45Pm EST sent over any wire to europe, is still going to be 5:45 EST. Then you can ask it 'Local' and you'll have your 23:45 CET or so. )