Most of the changes I have made to NanoVNA-App have been to align it with accepted standards and conventions.
This change is to the format of saved Touchstone, .s1p and .s2p, files.
Though the relevant specification is silent on the permitted decimal separator, the only one shown in examples is “.” so it is reasonable to interpret that the required separator is “.” which makes the file format locale independent (as were the first instruments using Touchstone format.
This release of NanoVNA-App writes “.” decimal separator, independent of locale.
The original reading code which was tolerant of either “.” and “,” is maintained, so it will continue to open files which might have been (incorrectly) saved using “,”.