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Patricia Coronel
Patricia Coronel
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6/14/2011
Patricia Coronel
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***Resolved in v.0.9***
Hi Vadim! smile
Remeber I mentioned you that the CSV generated when exporting the tables with the data was not OK? Well, I have discovered that when exporting the data, the numbers are using comma for decimal separators, example: 86.123.456 when exporting to CSV is converted to 86,123,456 so when I open the CSV with excel, this number is separated in three columns because now it has commas...
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Patricia
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Vadim @StresStimulus
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6/14/2011
Vadim @StresStimulus
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Hi Patricia,

Thanks for troubleshooting this issue. We will fix it by removing the commas from the numbers. This will fix the mess with the columns. Once the .CSV file is imported into Excel, you would be able to bring the commas back by selecting an appropriate number format.

This fix will be included into v.0.9 that is coming out shortly.
 
Cheers,
-Vadim
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6/21/2011
Vadim @StresStimulus
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Patricia,
 
Wanted to let you know that this issue was resolved in v0.9.
 
Cheers,
-Vadim
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Patricia Coronel
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6/21/2011
Patricia Coronel
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Thanks! :-)
 
Patricia


Vadim Kleyzit said:
Patricia,
 
Wanted to let you know that this issue was resolved in v0.9.
 
Cheers,
-Vadim

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