Posted on April 11, 2016
by Dr. Saeid Nourian
locale and region support is expanded in the new version of Smart Math
Calculator. You can now select any language you want from a list of 44
supported languages. Doing so will change the decimal mark and
separators of all input/output numbers.
To change locale, click on View > Settings. You have an option of
selecting English, Local, or other. If the default language of your
operating system language is English you will not see the option for
Local. To choose a language other than English or Local, click on the
drop-down box to select any of the 44 available languages.
After changing the language, all "outputs" will be recalculated and
reformatted with the new decimal format. For example if you change
language from English to German, all decimal marks will be changed from
dot (.) to comma (,). The inputs are not automatically changed so you
get a warning if any of your inputs contains dot. You need to go through
them one-by-one and change the dot to proper decimal mark.
After changing the language and restarting Smart Math Calculator, you
will notice that some words such as OK and Cancel are also localized
based on the selected language. We currently do not have localization
support for all dialog boxes so most prompts will still be shown in
English. If we receive requests we will consider adding full
localization support for all dialogs.
You can download Smart Math Calculator from
Note: If you already installed an older version, we
recommend downloading and re-installing it again because the auto-update
cannot fully update to this particular version.
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