In my result page, I used a state to calculate a new data to show in a text element. The state is config like this as a number.
Now I would like to let the user modify this state to change the result. So I created an input field (Decimal) with the state as initial content. And the user can change the input. When he does that, a workflow is running to calculate the result with the new data.
When I open the page, the number in the input field is like this “1.5”. But when i change it, for exemple to “1.6” calculation are equal to 0. I need to enter “1,6” if I want the calculation to run …
It is not very user-friendly for the user … Do you have an idea to solve this ?
I could understand that. But how can you explain that in the same page, a calculation understand a “1.3” and calculations runs correctly, and when you change the input to “1.4”, the calculation fail … and work again if you change to “1,3” ?
I observed some weirdness and confusion between “,” and “.” on my end too. Even if I was formatting the decimal with a comma it would still show a dot. What fixed it was to check “show thousand separator” (even though my numbers do not exceed 999)
I mean fixed for me, as I want to use commas. Hopefully that can do the trick for you too.