Miri Piiroinen

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    This should be how both the iPhone and Android app work at this point (please let us know if this is broken for you on either of those). We still have not fixed this issue on the website, though it is something we plan to do.


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    Miri Piiroinen commented  · 

    I live in Europe and the standard deciaml separator used in my country is "comma" ( , ). While the comma can be used (and is displayed correctly) on the Android App, the web-app doesn't support the use of comma as decimal separator.

    This leads to erroneous listings while using the browser web-app, causing a listing of "12,65€" bill to be added as "1 265 €".

    The official measurement standard specifies that either comma or dot may be used as a decimal separator.

    Could there also be an option on the browser version to choose between the decimal signs, mainly the comma and dot, to avoid confusion?

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