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Can't Use Thousand Separators Without Using A Decimal Separator #399
Thousand separators in an amount number can't be used unless the number also has a decimal separator. If there is only one punctuation mark, it's always considered to be a decimal separator even if one or more of the following are present:
The balance sheet for this journal adds up to ""200,500" or "200.500" for either commodity, rather than "100,600".
Using a commodity directive also has incorrect totals. An unexpected value rounding also occurs with the format "JPY 111,111,111".
Using a preceding dummy transaction with a sample amount has the same output as the cases above: