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ejNumberTextBox: Inconsistent values binded when using German locale


We're experiencing the following problem:

We have several of your Angular number spinners on the page. They have decimal places, and have a locale of "de". As expected, they're displaying the decimal mark using a decimal comma.

When the controls have not been touched by the user, the variables associated with the controls have values with decimal commas.

When one of those controls are edited, the variable associated with the control then has a value that uses a decimal point, making it inconsistent with the other, and making it difficult to deal with them as a whole.

I've attached a demo recreating this scenario.

Ideally the variable value should always use a decimal point (keeping it in line with how JavaScript handles such values - regardless of locale) but presented to the user using the decimal mark that matches the user's locale.

Could you take a look at this please?


Attachment: germanlocalebug_2d622739.zip

1 Reply

PR Piramanayagam Ramakrishnan Syncfusion Team June 24, 2016 11:18 AM UTC

Hi Greg, 
We have checked with your query and created a new incident under your account to track the status of the issue reported in this forum. Please log on to our support website to check for further updates. 
Piramanayagam R

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