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Include thousand separators on payment amount field?Asked by ACCnational on December 04, 2016 at 04:39 AM
If you meant it for the amount field on stripe payment, that's not possible. It only recognizes numbers since symbols would cause errors on checkout.
However, if it's for the calculation field, you can use the commaSeparate function.
Thanks, but this doesn’t seem to be working for me. is it possible that the CSS inserted to generate the $ sign is messing with the commaSeparate? I have insert commaSeparate in both fields 19 and 20 and it doesn’t seem to make a difference.
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The CSS should not affect the commaSeparate. Upon checking the fields, it appears that the values are currently outside the commaSeparate function, which is why they are not making a difference.
To resolve this, simply insert the formula inside the parenthesis of the commaSeparate function, as seen below.
The function should then work correctly.
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