||Thu, 10 Sep 2020 19:07:23 -0400
Ken Mayer Wrote:
> On 9/10/2020 7:42 AM, Cornelius wrote:
> > Akshat Kapoor Wrote:
> >> On 10.09.2020 18:47, Cornelius wrote:
> >>> Hi there. I did a upgrade from dbase 6.1 November 18. dbase 12
> >>> I converted programs and developed and installed then successfully using the above runtime installer.
> >>> With last installation of same program all the numeric points turned from full stop to a comma. I did installation on one pc and that was correct and next day on 2nd pc it was wrong. I tried again with no luck. I hope someone can explain this to me!
> >> Good Evening Cornelius,
> >> Please check the regional settings of the computer creating problems.
> >> Was dbase/runtime ever installed on that machine.
> >> An old ini file could be spoiling things.
> >> Regards
> >> Akshat
> > Hi Akshat,
> > Thanks for responding.
> > This is a new machine with first installation.
> > The pc are in a town 250 klm from here. I did set up anew one and installed program and runtime with same result.
> > I will check the regional settings tomorrow. I am in South Africa and time to go home. Enjoy your evening.
> You may wish to take a look in the OLH, you can set the default settings
> for your application in a setup routine for your application (that would
> be run before starting menus or whatever and should affect everything
> until the application is closed):
> SET POINT TO [<expC>]
> There are other regional settings as well, such as dates and so on that
> you may want to look at.
> Thanks you nice people. I got it going with regional settings. The decimal was set to a comma. I am 75 and still learning. GOG BLESS
> *Ken Mayer*
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