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    Lucian commented  · 

    I would like to use this ideea in a similar problem - when reloading data for each edit will take a lot of time, so I would like to work "disconnected" from the source for a period of time in development phase.

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    Lucian commented  · 

    I have the same problem formatting a COUNTed value. Even I count an integer or a text, I cannot format with thousand separator. It seems more like a little bug or an omission from the development team, because as they thought to format it using different units, like thousands, millions and there they format it as 1,5K or 1,5M (with comma) there should be also an 1.500 without the need to create a separate measure for that... ;-)

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