Photoshop "dot" and "comma" uses for document sizes

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Well, I got a programming error in last version of Photoshop. When I open a "New Document" I just can put a break number as measure, using a "dot" to separate the numbers.

When I have an already open document, if I go to menu "Image Size" I just can set break numbers using a "comma" to separate the numbers.

As you can see I must use dot or comma but not both in all places. 

It must be as always, just comma for all software. Now I have to use a dot here and a comma there...maybe u can fix it in the next update.
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Michel Mondadori

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Hello Michael,

I'm afraid I don't quite understand your post.  Could you clarify?

You say you got a program error.  How?  What did you specifically do to trigger it?

In the case of defining a document's size, if your OS is configured for Europe, then your decimal delimiter is a comma.  If you're configured for the US or Asia, then it's a period.  Either way, it's defined by the OS and user overrides.

I'm not sure what you want us to fix in the next update.

Thanks,
David
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Hello David! Finally I got an especify answer. Maybe it can be as u told about. Im getting "dot" and "comma" mixed in the same software. Maybe a configuration did it. Thanks for answer!