Change decimal point symbol in SharePoint Foundation 2013

I have setup a list in SharePoint Foundation 2013 with price columns.
On both the server hosting SPF2013 and my PC I have the decimal symbol set to a point "." in the regional settings.
When using the SharePoint list it wants me to is a comma ","
How do I change this in SharePoint Foundation 2013 to use a point "." as the decimal symbol?
Barry KaySystems EngineerAsked:
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
this can be done in the site settings section.

Therefore open site settings (can be found in the submenu which opens on the top gear), site administration -> Regional settings

Just select a locale which has the necessary number AND date format - e.g. En-Us for 123.45 and mm/dd/yyyy.
Unfortunately you can only set a locale - and you cannot modify individual settings like on your local client machine.



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