When entering fuel-ups via my mobile phone, I am now forced to enter only numerical digits, meaning I can't add decimal points.
The first fuel-up I added was done on the 25th Aug using my LG Viewty phone. I can't remember if there was a mobile-specific entry form at that point. Either way, it entered fine, using decimal points.
Today I tried to enter my second ever fuel-up exactly the same way, except both the mobile and "standard" fuel-up forms, when viewed on my Viewty, restrict the data entry to just the digits 0-9. On my phone, the numerical entry mode only has 0-9, and decimal points are added via the text entry mode. This means if my fuel cost £1.099/litre, I would have to round to £1/litre!
I'm guessing you changed the form to restrict data entry to numbers only, but this has broken the form for my Viewty unfortunately.
Yep, we changed the form so Blackberrys would get the numeric input by default, and decimals worked fine there in our test. But it sounds like it's breaking the LG. I took away that code for now, so you should have full entry access again.
We'll have to come up with some user-agent sniffing for the Blackberry, thanks for letting us know.