Wow you government wants to keep a good hold on things.
What about people that still use paper ? (we still have theme here).
A standard 1 person buisnis here just hase a Atlanta form (preprinted
papper) where he writes down his invoices and a Cash book. They gather
all bills in a shoe-box and then hand this over to there accountant for
processing. I think about 30% works like this.
Met vriendelijke groet,
Van: George Birbilis [mailto:***@kagi.com]
Verzonden: maandag 11 december 2006 20:27
Onderwerp: RE: [lazarus] Gambas
Post by Pieter Valentijn
I have been to greece and it seemd to me the cash registers (a part
that osFinancial handels to) are just plain standaard cash-registers.
Are you sure its certified ? Or is it a recommendation ?
For many years now they can replace the cash register machines (those
have special license and are sealed by the tax authorities) with
computers. They needed special triple-print paper punched though by the
tax authorities but now they can choose to use special accounting
software that is certified and prints certain numbers at the bottom of
each normal A4 or whatever other paper format receipt. The s/w then can
create a disk with the receipt data regularly and they give it to the
tax authorities (maybe some s/w can also upload the info online to the
tax authorities or periodically connect and upload when needed). All
such stuff is specified by the project TAXIS (see www.taxisnet.gr
[Greek], also see www.gsis.gr [General Secretariat of Information
Systems - Greek Ministry of Finance - they should have an english page -
can find ministries' pages from www.goverment.gr and www.parliament.gr
Post by Pieter Valentijn
B.t.w. osF has got a greek translation but it only works on a greek
windows (default codepage)
At the regional settings on the control panel, there's selection of the
current locale but also and Advanced button where you select the default
language for non-Unicode programs. Maybe you need to set Greek there
(classic problem with non-Unicode s/w running on English windows in
Greece, some people see garbage fonts and wonder why cause that option
is a bit hidden in Windows).
Also you can get Greek MUI (Multi-User Interface) and install it over
English Windows and then at the regional settings appears an extra
option where you can select the OS default language to be Greek in order
to see the OS menus in Greek. Some s/w like Office (and some other
third-party s/w) respect that option and whether they use MUI technology
(only MS s/w use that for now, not yet public technology from what I
know) or not, they can show their own menus etc. in the OS default
language then (irrespective of the regional options settings - user can
still have currency etc. in English or other locale if they wish). I'm
not sure which API call (or registry
setting) allows you to find the OS default language, neither of which
shell notification is there (there should be some) to inform a running
program that the OS default/menu language has been changed to update its
guy on the fly
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