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Differences on different platforms for the same app and .NET version

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I am testing my application on a different computer with French Language
Settings and Win 2000. I have English and XP Professional.
We both have the same version of .NET.

Apart from the decimal separators (due to language settings) I noticed that
in a NumericUpDown Control , I can either use the arrows *or* enter a value
manually. In the other PC, Ican still enter a value manually but it will NOT
accept it. i.e. As soon as I click somewhere else it just increments the
original value by 1 (my set Increment).

Why are there differences like that? Is it Culture Settings in disguise?

Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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