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Decimal separator not respecting locale in Adobe Sign Forms

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Sep 01, 2022 Sep 01, 2022

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We are trying to setup a workflow involving Adobe Sign. To do this we need to give our customers the possibility to add some information before they sign. This information involves introducing some float numbers that are then used in some formulas within the document.

The issue is that when the field is set as numeric with 2 decimals, the German decimal separator "," is not accepted as valid (so the document cannot be signed) and if we use the "." it considers it as thousands separator and the formulas do not work properly.

Setting the field as text with no restrictions, allows the use of "," as separator and the formulas work properly in the browser, but as soon as the document is signed and comes back to us, all the calculated values are wrong.


Please advise

Adobe Sign forms , How to sign , User interface issues






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