Country specific localisation - important notice
While using international features, Windows provides you with country specific setting for decimal comma. This shall allow you to use numeric pad of your keyboard for entering numbers correctly. Please note, that entering 0,8 (with comma instead of dot) might result in 08 if your setting of current operating system's locale (typically Regional Setting of the System's Control Panel) defines different character (for example a dot) for decimal comma. The opposite might also be valid (e.g. German systems use comma - the , character) for decimal comma.
If the system is set up properly for your country, the numeric pad's comma will provide the right character to the input.
Note: The AnTherm® provided application User interface language setting does not affect the operating system setting for the decimal comma or dot.
See also: Application settings