You can't enter the thousands-separator yourself, it will be added
automatically when you exit the field and the formatting is applied.
thanks for your quick responce.
but the dot on the numeric keypad works.
If I go into a text field I get a dot when pressing the key below the 3.
but if I go into a number field I get notting. I would like the pdf file to interperit the dot in this field as a comma.
that way my users can use this dot before they enter the decimal numbers.
Of course it works on a regular text field... But in a Number text field it
will only work if you select a format as the decimals separator, not as the
well I formated the field to use the comma as the decimal separator.
is there a way to have adobe interperit the dot as a comma.
would be nice if I an make it so that if the user types a dot that the pdf files places a comma.
Why not simply select a format where the dot is the decimal separator?
This is europe.
We don't use dots as the decimal seperator.
I don't understand what the problem is, honestly. Just select the format
you want to use... If you select the format with the comma as the decimal
separator, the user won't be able to type in a dot. The only characters you
can type in are digits, the minus sign and the decimal separator.
If you insist on this, then you may need adjust the values in the calculations to by changing the "," decimal separator to the "." separator.
What happens when you use the various calculation options. Do some methods accept the ',' decimal separator and perform the calculation correctly?