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Topic # 67408 1-Sep-2010 07:16
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Would it be possible to format the available size and used size with commas to break the number up?
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Position the numbers one above the other so it is a bit easier to read?

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  Reply # 375225 1-Sep-2010 10:48
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jaymz: Would it be possible to format the available size and used size with commas to break the number up?


I would like it if any numbers in that thousands have commas in them, eg 12,500 rather than 12500

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  Reply # 375228 1-Sep-2010 10:51
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You have 2248658 byte(s) uploaded to your image gallery, out of 10000000 bytes available.

I don't want to do maths in the morning.
2 248 658 bytes = 2.14448738 megabytes




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  Reply # 375246 1-Sep-2010 11:41
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Yay! :)

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  Reply # 375339 1-Sep-2010 15:17
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Haha geez some people are just down right lazy.. :-)


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  Reply # 375785 2-Sep-2010 14:51
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neato :)

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  Reply # 375788 2-Sep-2010 14:53
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Haha kilobytes? I at least would of thought the conversion would have been to megabytes..

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