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    Default Ext.form.NumberField and Japanese IME input

    Hi,

    As a newbie in ExtJS (version 3.2) and Japanese IME, I'm puzzled that I see odd behaviors using Ext.form.NumberField.

    Basically, out of the box Ext.form.NumberField doesn't think numbers in Hiragana mode of IME as valid numeric values, and as soon as I enter numbers they all get cleared out. The odd thing is that numbers on the number pad seem to be treated as numbers fine.

    Can someone please explain me what's going on here and how I could resolve the issue?

    Thanks for your help!

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    There is a maskRe that only allows numbers and periods. This is using RegExp using the baseChars, decimalSeparator and allowNegative configs. Those 3 things, by default, would allow: '0123456789.-'
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    Hi Mitchell,

    Thanks for your reply. Well, I am aware of what maskRe can do. However, that doesn't make any difference if I type in Hiragana mode of the Microsoft IME. In Hiragana, a full-width mode, I'm able to type numbers but as soon as I stop typing or move out of the field, numbers get cleared.

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    Default imeMode

    var inputField = Ext.create({ xtype: 'textfield' });
    inputField.inputEl.dom.style.imeMode = 'active';

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