[maemo-users] Bug: LatAm region settings wrong

From: Andre Klapper aklapper at openismus.com
Date: Mon Oct 6 13:21:08 EEST 2008
Am Montag, den 06.10.2008, 10:55 +0200 schrieb Alejandro López:
> I had the same problem and worked-around it by setting the device
> language to "Spanish (Latin America)" and Regional config to "Spanish
> (Spain)".

In general: Why don't you file bug reports on bugs? Don't expect stuff
to fix magically without complaining. :)

> Fernando Cassia wrote:
> > I've just realised that if I go to the Control panel and click on
> > Language and Region, selecting "Spanish (Latin America) both for
> > Language and regional settings, gives me (after reboot)
> > 
> > Decimal separator: . (dot)
> > Thousands separator: , (comma)
> > 
> > The reality is that these values are wrong. We use comma for decimals
> > and the dot for thousands... ie
> > 2.354,10
> > 
> > (I can only speak about South America, maybe the N800 values are OK
> > for Mexico? dunno)

I also have "Espanol (America Latina)" in Settings > Control Panel >
Language and Region, but no "Espanol (Mexico)".

https://bugs.maemo.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Translations only provided
"Espanol (Mexico)" but no "Espanol (America Latina)".
So it seems that the setting was changed in the software, and Bugzilla
told us about the history behind this. I've just fixed this in Bugzilla,

Please file a bug.

Andre Klapper (maemo.org bugmaster)

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