Decimal point keypad

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Hi,
Is it possible to change the keypad to the one in the image provided for adding amounts. This way a decimal point can be used with ease. I don't like the calculator option because the buttons are too small and there is no paste option. The native android buttons are better to use.
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Hi Nick,

Sure thing -- you can switch to the Android default keyboard in the Settings of the app. Tap on the overflow menu (the three dots in the upper-right), then on Settings, then scroll down to the option labelled "Calculator" and uncheck the box. After doing this, the next time you add an Amount you should see the number input screen you added the screenshot of.

Hope this helps!
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply. Mine shows the keyboard below. To access the decimal point you have to pree the '*+#' key, select the decimal point than press it again to return to the number pad.
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Hi Nick,

Ah, sorry for the confusion. I didn't realize that the keyboard there wasn't exactly the same as the one you posted. If that's the case, then currently your only choices are between that keyboard and the calculator version, sorry for the inconvenience there.

I've made a note in our tracker to look into how the calculator is drawn up / provided, but it's possible that it's provided by Android and we didn't make an active choice to choose that specific one. If we have any further information or have any updates we'll be sure to update this thread!
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Hi,

There is the option to change the decimal point to a comma as shown in the image. This changes the keypad to incorporate a decimal point but no comma. Because the option has being changed to use a comma as a decimal point, that keypad does not work. If you switch the keypads for the two options. It would work perfectly.
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Hi Nick,

Thanks for clarifying more about what you mean. I've added this to our tracker for consideration in a future update. In the meantime, you'll either have to use the calculator keyboard (if you want to not have to click to another menu for the decimal point), or use the native Android keyboard with its slightly confusing setup.