I have now setup my Modbus TCP pulse counter (Adam 6250) and I have some issues with the input cards where I want to give an offset value for the pulse counters. The screen shot below shows the problem:
When I type a decimal number in the input card I get an error message saying “Please enter a valid value”.
I have checked the number format in Control panel and “.” is the correct Decimal symbol. I have also tried to use “true” for validate but no effect. When I click the Send-button the value has been updated when I reopen the page. Also the Items page shows that the input value has been updated. Any ideas what is causing this nuisance?
If you add this to the config in the yaml, it should work:
The issue is that the default step for type number is 1. inputmode does not have an impact, that will only influence what keyboard popup appears.
I will see if I can lift this constraint in the code and make the step size optional.
I have set ‘step: 0.001’ successfully, which did away with the problem, of only accepting integers. The OP’s initial problem and question was about something else, though. It seems, that the validator, is expecting a comma as a decimal separator, even if the locale has the decimal separator set to a dot. Any solution for that?