Re: Using standardized SI prefixes
As I see it there are two ways of resolving the difference between KiB
* Use Rosetta to update the text and fix the output so that it now
reads KiB. This would be relatively simple to do, but not actually
helpful longer term.
* Fix the source code that calculates KB by doing a bit shift and
instead dividing the number of bytes by a power of 10.
 I'm assuming that most applications will calculate how many
Kilobytes/Megabytes are used by dividing by a power of two.
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