Kawax Posted February 28, 2015 Share Posted February 28, 2015 (edited) Dear, Not a big deal but not cool neither. On a common keyboard, you can use the dot from the numpad to indicate decimals (2.30). In some regional settings such as French, the decimals are separated by a comma (2,30) For some apps, this has no impact as the dot from the numpad becomes automatically a comma under these regional settings (e.g. Office Suite). For paint.dotnet, the dot remains a dot, so when you type with the numpad, the numbers come with a dot where it should be a comma. So you have to type with the numpad and get the "common" comma on the keyboard. Not so user friendly. Moreover, if you forget this and type a number with the dot from the numpad, you may get into trouble. For instance, if you change the width or height in the Resize dialog box, paintdotnet will show a dgbox "Resize" with a progress bar and saying it is initialising and then it'll start looping until the lazy Cancel button reacts to your (numerous) demands. Definitely not cool. So, if you are able to fix this in a future version, you will have all the gratitude of the comma-countries ! Kind regards, Kawax Brussels/Belgium Edited February 28, 2015 by Kawax Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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