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ints now comma separated

charlieo's profile image charlieo posted 5 years ago in General Permalink
Sometime in the recent past, Heidi has started displaying ints as comma separated by default. How can I turn this off?

Thanks,
Charlie
jfalch's profile image jfalch posted 5 years ago Permalink
try menu Tools / Preferences / "Data appearance" tab / remove check mark before "local number format" (near bottom)
charlieo's profile image charlieo posted 5 years ago Permalink
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pitbill13's profile image pitbill13 posted 5 years ago Permalink
I found it at Tools / Preferences / "Text formatting" tab / remove check mark before "Local number format" (near bottom). (different tab from very helpful post, thank you @jfalch)

My data started to appear with commas after installing 9.2.0.4947
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indospace's profile image indospace posted 3 years ago Permalink

Wow, thank you so much! This has to be the worst labeling of all time.

Local Number Format = Removing Commas??

As software developers we must always think outside of ourselves. What makes the most sense! The world will thank you a million times over and you will be more successful.

kalvaro's profile image kalvaro posted 3 years ago Permalink

Wow, thank you so much! This has to be the worst labeling of all time.

Local Number Format = Removing Commas??

As software developers we must always think outside of ourselves. What makes the most sense! The world will thank you a million times over and you will be more successful.

Label couldn't be more precise because it isn't about "commas". Cultures around the world do not display numbers the same way. That fact is not even related to computers.

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