Looks like it's not really fixed ......... take a look at the source forum. :D For me is working, but I'm in an unsupported country and I had to manually install an older version of AA .... don't know if it matters.
It should just show Celcius for everyone.
And Kilometre's for everyone.
We need a proper logical standard for everyone!
Heck, I think we need to revise our time and calendar tracking.
If only we were able to correlate the Earth's ~365 revolutions around the Sun into a Metric Unit, it would be fine. But we're gonna have to separate it either into 7d x7w x7m (with the last month getting an extra 22 days, which we can call it as some New Year Holiday period). However, this would require altering the Metric Unit from a Base-10/Decimal to a Base-7/Septenary unit, which isn't really good.
Or keep the Base-10 international unit system, and instead break the year into inconsistent months (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) 100, 80, 100, 85days. Where it breaks into 10weeks, 8 weeks, 10 weeks, and 8.5 weeks. Giving each week an amount of 10 days. Splitting each day into 10 hours. Each hour into 100 minutes, and each minute into 100 seconds. Thus, only redefining a decimal second into meaning 0.864 of a standard second. This solution works well, and before you ask why Winter has more days than Summer... errr, its for Global Warming which will neutralise the situation anyway.
The only way better would be to restart the Metric System. This means temperature, length, and weight.... and start with a new Base-12/Duodecimal, aka Dozenal Unit of numbers. And then adapt the calendar (thus time) to this new standard. It will probably mean separating the 365 days into 12 months, each having 30 days, except the last month having 35 days (where the extra 5 days are used as a New Years celebration). Each month of 30 days will have 5 weeks, where 6 days (half-dozen) equals one week. Thus, the last month will have 5 weeks plus the 5 day (0.8333) week. Two weeks together will be a novelty. We can then break apart a single day into 12 hours. Each hour into 144 minutes, and each minute into 144 seconds. Thus we need to break down the definition of a dozenal second, into meaning 0.347222 standard second units of time (basically its about a third). And now that we have our Base-12 numbers and Time units, we can go forward to define a new Celcius. Then using Base-12 and the Law of Gravity to determine speed (also factoring in the Speed of Light, and maybe the speed of sound), which in turn will determine our length. And after determining length, we can move forward to determine Weights by using Mols and length of an object. Everything revolves around the first Numbering System, which we chose Base-12 for its easy divisibility and practical uses. Then mended the 365 sun revolutions to deduce Time. Then from time and physics we deduced Speed. And from Speed we deduced Length. And from Chemistry and Length, we deduced Weight. And from the Numbers and Physics we deduced Temperature, and so on and so forth.