In Germany we use
, as decimal mark instead of
.. Since I installed my Ubuntu in English, the Ubuntu default calculator (
gcalctool) uses the
. and I can't use the
, on my German numpad.
I already set up German in
Regional Formats but it doesn't seem to set it for the calculator. I also saw this question but I want to avoid remapping my keys.
Can someone tell me if and how I can change this for the calculator or recommend a calculator that supports it?