I have a decimal question where possible values can go from n.nn to nn.nn. The input mask I set is 90.00 but then it won't allow values less than 10. Should i rather work this with a constraint like .>1 and .<100
Aha, apparently this is a known issue. On exactly the same page I mentioned above (Esri custom columns—Survey123 for ArcGIS | ArcGIS ) there is a little note:
Full support for input masks is still in progress. You may observe issues when using delimiters or after entering a value.
So, there is the answer to your question... :-(
Good to see you found an alternative solution. You might mark your question as being answered.
Hi Rene Aubut,
Please have a look at this page: Esri custom columns—Survey123 for ArcGIS | ArcGIS, and scroll down to the section Input mask.
It looks like your input mask should be set to 00.00 (instead of 90.00) or maybe even 09.99, because
ASCII digit required. 0 through 9.
ASCII digit permitted but not required.
don't know if its a bug but the same happens. The fact there is a "." after two not required digits makes it impossible to input a value less than 10
How come? The input mask 09.99 should allow values like 2.37, 8.19 and 1.07. But you say it doesn't? What error message do you get?
there are no error message, but having a decimal point at the second position in "09.99" or "00.00" makes survey123 expect 2 digits before the decimal point. If i enter just one digit before the decimal point, it will show as 1 .23. written in red meaning invalid input. Maybe its a bug but i remove the input mask and used this constraint: .>1 and .<99.99, so now its working fine but still wondering why the input mask did not work as indicated in the references
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