Trying work around this problem, I wrote a space after the prefix that you put in the CustomMask atributte. Take a look down here in my example.

If it solves your problem, don't forget mark my answer as solution, so the owner of this component will notice that only with hardcode can solve this problem.

Sorry, i made a mistake. This will not work for you.

Just leave the attribute "Null Value" of the input field with no value, probably you have the value zero in that attribute.

Hi Renan Roos,

Trying work around this problem, I wrote a space after the prefix that you put in the CustomMask atributte. Take a look down here in my example.

If it solves your problem, don't forget mark my answer as solution, so the owner of this component will notice that only with hardcode can solve this problem.

Sorry, i made a mistake. This will not work for you.

Just leave the attribute "Null Value" of the input field with no value, probably you have the value zero in that attribute.

Hi Renan Roos,

Trying work around this problem, I wrote a space after the prefix that you put in the CustomMask atributte. Take a look down here in my example.

If it solves your problem, don't forget mark my answer as solution, so the owner of this component will notice that only with hardcode can solve this problem.