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Would the solution be to make it a regular (non-number) text field? Does anyone else get impacted by this or is it just me?
Just seems to me that the number data type isn't that great unless:
1) The number you want to collect is less then 1000 (so the comma doesnt show)
2) The number you want to collect is a large number that is more readable using commas
I too ran into this when attempting to use a number custom field to enter a proximity card number for clients.
I had to just use the text field, but I had no real need to use as a number (other than my own OCD).
Just thought I would reply so you didn't have to look like you were mumbling to yourself. I often have arguments with myself, but I never win.