Format the numbers - thousand separator

Hello, how can I format the numbers: for example from 1000000.00 to 1.000.000,00 € or 1.000.000 km
So that started by inputting, that format is applied. How cann I apply that format for differend titles and textboxes. Can I format elements differently?
Thank you for your support.

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See e.g. here:

I don’t have the block call in the dictionaries. Please, can you tell me how can I get this block?

See here:

So the “call block” is not available in the dictionary :frowning:


That is all I have there

No, it is in the extension blocks

ooo, ok. Can I downlod it? and where?

can you sent me that block :)? And how can I use it “.aix” (so try this: ???

Please explain exactly what you actually want to achieve (examples).

i want to get this block.


So that the numbers can format. 1000000.00 to 1.000.000,00 € or 1.000.000 km

example in Google Script what I mean:

So where is the problem?

The problem is, I can’t find the “call” block anywhere

Here’s a blocks-only solution …

nnn Thousandizer.aia (2.6 KB)

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Thank you, I will test it

Try this: thousand.aia (9.8 KB)


Very nice, that’s what I wanted. Didn’t work in my program, I suspect the settings. I also want the format to be generated during antipping;) in the textbox. I really appreciate your help. Have a nice Day :sun_with_face:

Hi, I partially solved the problem with the decimal separator. The problem is still when I enter a round number of more than 999 and leave the input field, it then cuts the decimal value after the comma. For example, at 999 makes: 999.00 and with a number from 1000 that makes: 1,000 (so not like 1,000.00).
The decimal separator disappears and only a thousand separator appears. Do you know how I can combine the blocks so that I keep dicimal and thousands. So when you leave the field: 1,000.00 It doesn’t matter which type of separator you use.

Try something like this:

The problem (as I said) only with round numbers. If I do as you tell me and manually enter numbers behind the comma, I have the following result :frowning: