About default Language
warlord at MIT.EDU
Sun Oct 9 21:11:53 EDT 2011
Geert Janssens <janssens-geert at telenet.be> writes:
> On zondag 9 oktober 2011, Egidijus J. wrote:
>> Is it possible to work with foreign currency but keep the Enlgish
>> language? Because when I change currency It also make program to work in
>> Language related to currency. Accually the translation from English - to
>> Lithuanian is half finished. And It's very stupid to work with such
>> software. I don't think that it's clever to release new translation
>> until it's fully finished. So, probably I will look for older version of
>> GNU cash in order to work normally. I still want to thank you for this
>> software. It's very atractive and usefull.
> You don't have to change the language to work with another currency. When you
> create a new book, you are asked which currency the book will be in. Simply
> select the currency you require.
> You can also change the default currency in the preferences afterwards if you
There are some things that are special to the locale currency. In
particular, only the locale currency will use the currency symbol
(e.g. $) instead of the currency name (USD).
This might be important to some people.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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