The separator applied depends on your number formatting set in the operating system settings. In Windows you can change this in the Change the date, time, or number format > Additional settings window.
No, the software installation should not alter the system separator settings. If you have Windows operating system running on your machine, you can modify the formatting settings in the Region and Language window.
No, there's no such option as setting separators are totally dependent on your operating system and should be done on your local machine. I could easily change the separators in my Win system as I described above, so I can't give you new ideas. Maybe you could share your system info.
Daniel ChemAxon personnel
Joined: 22 Jan 2012
I'm sorry but I can't give you more help on this issue. I tested it on the version you use and it works for me. I can easily change the separator through the settings window. What I can suggest is to update to the latest release of the cxcalc. However, this is not be the cause of your problem.
Thank you for your efforts Daniel. I have found a way to work around it. My problem was that On importing to instant J chem it would Not recognize the numbers properly, so im doing a series of importing as text, exporting and processing with a statistics package to standardize it.
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