Thousands Separator on OSX

Thierry Arbellot thierry.arbellot at laposte.net
Sat Mar 11 06:53:16 EST 2006


Hi all,

I have seen this problem with some domain.
Open the international panel in system preferences and change the 
thousand separator, it should create the domain/default pair.

Hope it helps
Thierry

On 2006, Mar 11, , at 12:27, Klaus Major wrote:

> Hi Steve,
>
>> Hi Klaus
>>
>> This is what I get from pasting your code
>> 2006-03-11 19:06:46.564 defaults[604]
>> The domain/default pair of (kCFPreferencesAnyApplication, 
>> NSThousandsSeparator) does not exist
>
> ??? Very strange...
>
>> What system are you using?
>
> A (stock) german system 10.4.5
>
> Any X/Unix guys/gals out there that could shed some light on this 
> phenomenon?
>
>> Steve
>
> Regards
>
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
> http://www.major-k.de
>
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