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agusti_oliveres
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Inconsistencies with date-type fields

Hi,

I have developed a dashbord in Power BI Desktop and my computer is configured in catalan (the language). So all the charts I have date-type fields in the X axis, it appears to me in catalan (as expected). For example, "January 2017" in catalan is "Gener de 2017", with the word "de" in the middle. The problem is that when I publish the dashboard, it occurs that if your default language is english, it appears as follows: "January de 2017". It appers the word "de" used in catalan, when its obvious it wouldn't have to be there. Any ideas of why this happens and how can I solve it?

 

Thank you,

Agustí.

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agusti_oliveres
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I've solved it finaly. I had to change all the configuration to english. 

File-> Options and settings -> Options -> Regional settings -> chose language

 

Thank you.

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agusti_oliveres
Frequent Visitor

I've solved it finaly. I had to change all the configuration to english. 

File-> Options and settings -> Options -> Regional settings -> chose language

 

Thank you.

v-chuncz-msft
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@agusti_oliveres,

 

You may choose language in the Power BI service.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/supported-languages-countries-regions#choose-your-language...

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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