Running Healthcare and Woodgrove WPF demos on a french OS

The Healthcare and Woodgrove applications are good examples of WPF and 3D value added in business computing in term of user experience.


During my presentations, I used until now an US version of Windows Vista or XP SP2, and it worked fine. But on a French version, Healthcare curves remain hopelessly flat and Woodgrove hangs straightforwardly.


All that because of a basic bug : the system decimal separator value is ignored. While waiting for a possible fix, you can replace the comma by the point in the decimal symbol of Windows regional options (see Control Panel).

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