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## Comma as decimal delimiter using LaTeX in WordPress

1. When trying to get familiar with LaTeX in WordPress blogs I have recognised a difference in layout if I use comma as a decimal delimiter, which is international standard according to ISO, compared to if I use a period. Using a comma, the space beween the delimiter and the first decimal gets a bit to large. Is there a way to tell the system that I want the comma to be taken as a decimal delimiter?

I have no previous experience with LaTeX in stand alone systems and am trying to approach it this way. If this is a localisation issue, Sweden and Swedish is my country and language. Well, it is my country and language anyway.

/Per Liss

The blog I need help with is perstest.wordpress.com.

2. You didn't post the URL for the blog in question, starting with http:?/ Are you referring to a wordpress.com blog? If so, have you checked here? http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/

3. The blog is my testblog at http://perstest.wordpress.com

4. Thanks for posting the blog URL. I don't work with source code so I can't help you. Hopefully another volunteer can help but if not you will have to contact Staff.

5. Thanks answay Timethief

I have spent some time browsing the help pages including http://en.support.wordpress.com/latex/ and http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/ but I haven't found any answer so far.

6. It's refreshing to hear that you searched. :) I'm sorry you came up empty. :( Here's the link to contact Staff. http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/

7. I finally found a solution which I have tested in my wordpress blog above.

$\pi = 3{,}1415\ldots$

I found it by following the link to the German FAQ at:

http://www.latex-project.org/help.html