Hello, I've just bought Nokia E5 with Slovak QWERTZ keyboard. I'm using English as default language in phone, because I don't like Slovak translation on Symbian S60. The problem is, that I can't write in default phone calculator decimal/floating point in case I'm using English language and "Writing language" set to English. I was able to write floating point only with these settings:
"Language" => "Slovak", "Writing language" => "Slovak"
"Language" => "Czech", "Writing language" => "Czech"
It's because Slovak and Czech people has floating point made by comma, not dot. I really would like to use English language on my phone, so is there any possible solution for this?
Thanks in advance.
I don't think I can help, but may I clarify the problem? You are saying that with both the writing language and phone language configured to English, the calculator still accepts only a comma for floating point numbers, and not a dot?
That's right. You know the problem is maybe, that on Slovak keyboard is on a "key" the "divide operator" and "floating dot" mixed together. So when I press "dot" to write floating point, it's using divide operation and I just can't force the keyboard to write the "dot" instead to use divide operator.
2011-11-26 3:14 - edited 2011-11-26 3:14
I think you are right, but wonder if Function key-/ would force a dot? Otherwise your only solution may be to try other calculator apps.