Seems like there was a change today related to number fields. I have a number field in a currency format. In this instance it adds a $ sign into the field before the number. As of today I cannot submit forms with this field and get an error saying “Values entered in number and currency fields must be numeric”.
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I’m having the same problem. My users cannot edit a form unless they manually remove the $ in front of the number. Has this fix been rolled out to everyone?
Yesterday’s fix was for negative numbers - we’ve got a fix coming in the hour (or sooner) for the $ issue.
We’re so sorry this wasn’t caught!
@Joshua sorry - we are still working on the fix, it’s taking a bit longer
All fixed now - thanks for your patience
I realise this is stating the obvious, but this highlights the risks you bear when rolling out unannounced changes universally without considering how your user base might be affected. The $ case and of course negative numbers are pretty obvious use cases that you should have considered and tested for. Had you maybe communicated your intent to update field validation a week or two AHEAD of doing so, you may have had the user base provide feedback before it broke their apps. Hopefully a learning experience for Knack developers.