13 Jun 2012 1:47 AM #1
Unanswered: Using ',' instead of '.' in numberfields. Possible?
Is it possible to change the separator in numberfields so that it accepts commas rather than periods for the decimals?
So that I can input 110,48 instead of having to type 110.48 for it to register the decimals.
15 Jun 2012 6:16 AM #2
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Sencha Touch isn't doing any formatting. This field used the HTML5's number type so the browser is.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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15 Jun 2012 7:18 AM #3
and it is possible show decimals without ',' but still be numberfield, something like textfield.
15 Jun 2012 2:59 PM #4
I know that much. Is there any way with Sencha Touch to make a textfield that forces the number keys to open rather than the user having to switch from the letters view to the numbers view?