Where can I define the coma ( ,) to be used as decimal separator?
To avoid confusion, I want to use the coma as decimal separator and the point ( .) as miles separator.
Hello. Maybe this can hel you...
I have this is coma, and it works for dimension, but it doesn't use the coma in other areas. For example, simulation. The values of displacement of stress are showed with points, instead of comas.
There should be another point to configure it.... I hope.
I believe that is a Windows system setting. Go to the Control Panel/Clock,Language, and Region. Under Region and Language, select "Change the date, time, or number format". Click "Additional Settings" and pick Numbers.
Good suggestion, but this is not the case. Maybe you can't see in the image in detail, but I promise you the coma and the point are correctly configurated:
I suppose this is just a bug of SW.
Is curious that, when the number is bigger than 1000, it makes it well, but when the number is smaller, it makes wrong.
Of course, it makes it correct, only if you have selected to show miles separator.
By the way, is there any place where I can report the bugs I find?
Or is there anybody in this forum anybody that analyses if the bugs really are bugs and report it to programmers?
you can contact your reseller for reporting bugs
i believe someone reported this recently and it was specific to a language of operating system or solidworks
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