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Hi, as you can see in the image below, number fields are not being rendered correctly. Is there any way to correct this?

Cheers,

Dan.


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      Hi Dan

      Firstly this is a Maestro form not a composer form, which is more out of my area of expertise.

      At first look it looks like a styling issue, since the other fields are ok. I suspect there is css somewhere that is setting the font size incorrectly for that field on the receipt. Go to the form in TM and run the Receipt Test Harness and view the receipt as a HTML form. Look at the member number field with your browser developer tools and figure out which css entry is wrong and where it is coming from.



      1. Dan Cormick

        Thanks David. My bad, it is a Maestro form. Case of the Mondays. I'll try out what you suggested and let you know how it goes.

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      Hi Dan

      Can you provide more information about this.

      Is it a Composer or Maestro form ?

      What TM server is hosting it ?

      Is it a Linux or Windows TM Server ?

      Any chance you have a simple reproducible test case you can point me at?


      1. Dan Cormick

        Hi David,

        Is it a Composer or Maestro form ?

        Composer

        What TM server is hosting it ?

        Transact Manager 4.3.3
        Build Number 47005

        Is it a Linux or Windows TM Server ?

        os.nameLinux
        os.version2.6.32-696.13.2.el6.x86_64


        Any chance you have a simple reproducible test case you can point me at?

        Be sure to enter in a Member number. Strangely, I just noticed the phone number is not effected.

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