Internationalization on the roadmap?

Hi Fibery,

Just started playing a little with Fibery coming over from Coda.
Fibery certainly looks very promising!
But is also has a very big USA only flavor over it?
I was wondering if amounts can be entered and shown in Euro’s with the the correct punctuation (thousands-dot, decimals-comma)?
Will dates&times follow the timezone of the user/member/guest?
Will dates be enterable as dd/mm/yyyy?
Will imported CSV amounts and dates (in European format) be recognized and transformed as correct amounts or dates?
Example: lost of time a CSV import “1.000,00” (implicetly in euros) is transformed as an amount of 1.0 or 1,0.

If this internationalization is implemented correctly (by using the Mac or Windows system settings?) I will certainly spend money and (Coda conversion) time to build my business in Fibery apps.


To be honest, we did not pay enough attention to internationalization yet. We have to prove the main idea first. In future we will definitely make it better.


Yes, it should work.

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I don’t want to hijack the thread on internationalization, but I was wondering if adding thousand separators (comma or dot) is on the near-term plan? It is really hard to enter financial information when you have to count your zeros :wink:

I also fully support having the currency supported. I am currently just using unit field for currency symbol.


I vote for this feature as well. All very important. For North America (parts of Canada & US), it would look like $1,283,182.09. Access to full load of international financial symbols including;

  • currency symbol
  • placement of the symbol
  • cent separator
  • thousands separator

In a perfect world, it would be nice to be able to;

  • turn each feature on or off (***)
  • be able to change local
  • nice to have multi currency capabilities

***being able to turn each feature on and off would allow for finite detailing on very remote locations. For example, here in Canada, there is a province that has their currency completely different to the rest of the country. Quebec writes their currency like this; 1 283 182,09 $.

Here’s a good link that explains the difference between the majority of Canada (English speaking) versus the province of Quebec (French speaking).

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