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"Fixed number of decimals" on Data Formatting, won't allow me to set it to 0 (zero) or negative

Question asked by esmp on Jun 14, 2011
Latest reply on Jul 24, 2011 by esmp

Summary

"Fixed number of decimals" on Data Formatting, won't allow me to set it to 0 (zero) or negative

Product

FileMaker Pro

Version

11 Advanced

Operating system version

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion

Description of the issue

When I'm within the Data Formatting on the Inspector (while editing a Layout), I can't set the "Fixed number of decimals" to any negative number or zero, so I can't make the layout show integer numbers. I believe it has something to do with OS Lion, since I've tried this at home with Snow Leopard, and no issue whatsoever.

Steps to reproduce the problem

Just entering the number 0 or any other negative number in the "Fixed number of decimals" field, it automatically reverts the entered digits to the last valid number.

Expected result

I would expect it to let me input zero or negative numbers in order to display integers on the layout.

Actual result

The field automatically reverts to the last valid number (1~99).

Exact text of any error message(s) that appear

No error appears.

Configuration information

No configuration required.

Workaround

None at the moment.

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