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toms Posted - 17 Apr 2009 : 15:11:17
Any means to have these charting tools adhere to the regional settings of the machine? Charts for example will still draw their X-axis labels with a "." separator, even if the regional settings have been set to "," (ie. 3.0 instead of 3,0)

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quinncurtis Posted - 17 Apr 2009 : 17:22:07
Sorry, but adapting to regional settings was never part of the Charting Tools (WIN-BMC-100), and the Real-Time Graphics Tools (WIN-BMC-200). We stopped working on those older products 10 years ago. it is conceivable that that you could purchase the source code to the underlying DLLs and add this feature on your own.

Adapting to regional settings is integral to our .Net and Java products.



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