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On 4/23/19 10:39 PM, Italo Vignoli wrote:
IMHO the issue could be related to the cell format, either to the number
of decimals or to the thousands separator. In any case, the cell format
can be tweaked.

Thanks for your answer.
However I'm not sure what you mean here:

_ tweaking on the CSV side? Sure I can, but I'd rather not: the file has other uses, besides being importe in LibreOffice; also it's already correct (for some definition of correct, i.e. English locale);

_ tweaking during import? I don't see any option to choose decimal separator; only locale setting, which, as I said, does not work.

_ settings decimal separator globally? This is not what my customer wants: she wants to work with Italian locale, but be able to import this single file with dot as decimal separator; the option seems to be there, just not working.

_ Something else? What?

What I'm trying to understand is whether the fact that setting locale in the import dialog has no effect is a bug (which I should report) or if I'm just trying something that will never work conveniently and I'll need to think about a different workflow.

 bye & Thanks

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