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Hi All,

I'm on an Efficy 2014 6100.
I've made a simple percentage compute in js (on editViewProj), but the result come with a dot decimal separator in place of a coma.

I don't understand why.
My windows reginonal settings are configured with decimal separator = coma
The Efficy admin console is configured with decimal separator = coma
The Efficy server is my computer so also coma.

The database is on an other server, but i don't think that it is the problem because if i try to apply the value with a dot as decimal separator, i receive an efficy error saying "not a valid floating point value" (normal because console admin is configured with coma separator)

is there other parameter somewhere for that ?

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stupid question, .... i was conviced that i have put a , in base.js but ... not

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