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Yeah, i got unknown version
You can mouse over the logo in the cms area - but I think it pulls from the same source, so might show as blank
There's no content on that file
check the framework/silverstripe_version file
There's any way that i can find the Silverstripe version if not installed using composer?
Hey @colin 🙂 A while ago (like.. ages) you mentioned you used Vultr and you used something to track usage (cpu/memory etc). What was it?
Out of curiosity: where are negative numbers written like
(100)? I always wondered where in silvershop this comes from, and yesterday evening I found this also in windows' region settings.
I think its just a standard accounting/bookkeeping thing to have negative numbers in parenthesis
And the most common reason people say its used because the minus sign is too small, when calculating an accounting ledge with multiple rows 🙂
ah, interesting.. I thought in accounting negative numbers are not allowed, you have seperate columns for "in" and "out" (dunno the correct english terms)
Yeah they have columns but theres alsoa format for ledgers where where they use colouring (red and black) to denote in and out. But sometimes theres no colour so you need to use negative numbers 🙂
yup. parenthesis seems to be a UK/US thingie. Fun fact: Excel also automatically translates
(100) to the number
-100 which might seem totally odd to users that don't know negative numbers in parenthesis...
I know the slang more at the meat-head end of the spectrum from the above description though :>
drongo, if you're aware of aussie slang.