I don't think moving to V8.6.2 will help, it is probably a good idea anyway but I don't think it will solve this problem. This is just a guess, I would look at Windows settings that define have things like numbers, dates, times and the like get displayed. I doubt VA Smalltalk tests to see if it is running on Windows 7 or 10 and displays numbers differently based on that.
On Friday, July 22, 2016 at 4:04:13 AM UTC-4, Chris wrote:
Our company has migrated to Windows 10 last month.
The rendering of Numbers in ours VA-Smalltalk applications is different as in Windows 7: Every number is now displayed with a '+' sign.
We still use VAST 8.0.2. Ist it a workaround for that issue or should we migrate to VAST 8.6.2?