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Improved Support for User Locale in BlueSky Statistics v10.3.2


BlueSky Statistics v10.3.2-Locale-support
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Improved Support for User Locale

(non-English characters in dataset)

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BlueSky Statistics v10.3.2 (Windows only)


We have improved support for locale. You should see the non-English characters in the datagrid and the output are shown correctly. Just in case, you do not see the non-English character correctly (in the datagrid or in the output), follow the steps below to set the locale in the app settings:

  1. Click on the triple dots from the top-level menu bar

  2. Now you should see “Settings” option in the toolbar (below top-level menus). Click “Settings” to open it.

  3. From the Settings dialog click R-LOCALE. This will expand the R-LOCALE section. Please go through the instructions about how to set your locale.

  4. You can either click on the dropdown to pick a locale that goes with your data (in the dataset) or you can hand type the locale, if you do not find any suitable option in the dropdown.

  5. Click on the Save button on the top right of the dialog to close it.

See screenshot below:


Locale support for legends in graphs/plots


If legends in your graphs/plots are not shown correctly please follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the triple dots from the top-level menu bar

  2. Now you should see “Theme” option in the toolbar (below top-level menus). Click “Theme” to open it.

  3. From the Theme dialog click the “Label Font Family” dropdown and pick a font (e.g. you can pick ‘Microsoft YaHei’ to show Chinese character in the legends correctly)

  4. Click APPLY button at the bottom of the dialog.

See screenshot below:


Contact us

Please contact us (support@blueskystatistics.com) immediately if you find any non-English character that is not showing up correctly either in the datagrid or the output. We are eager to hear from you and continue to improve the support for user locale.




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