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Input mask not working correctly on Android, works correctly on iOS, Windows

Question asked by jknowles@usbr.gov_USBR on Apr 24, 2018
Latest reply on May 1, 2018 by jknowles@usbr.gov_USBR

Trying to use the following input mask in a S123 form. All apps are v 2.7.98

 

00.00000

 

It works fine on iOS and in Windows, but it doesn't work correctly on Android. If I type the following sequence of characters I get different results in iOS/Windows vs. Android.

 

1234567

 

iOS Windows is the expected behavior and results in 12.34567

 

Android results in 12.4567

 

If I type 12.34567 in the Android app, it works correctly, but forces the user to enter the decimal point. If I type the same sequence in iOS/Windows, it still returns the expected result.

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