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Units of measure
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Units of measure for imperial measurements are listed as 'US based'. They should be listed as 'Imperial' as they were neither establish in or exclusive to the USA. The service is, I assume aiming at an international market.
• posted 2 years and 29 days ago
I think it's correct to use the term "US-based" but there should also be a separate "Imperial" measure (as well as metric).
2 years and 29 days ago
Thank you, I stand corrected but hope, as you say, a separate "imperial" measure is added.
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2 years and 28 days ago
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