When using global variables, it seems the using commas has been disabled. If I want to format a number with places of 1000s with commas, e.g. 34,182 instead of 34182, I thought adding the format on $(document).ready would work (and it mostly does). the problem is that the Title attribute is removed from the span tag, giving no unique identifier to replace the .html() for only the global variable that needs replacing. The question is this. Is there a suggested method or formatting the global variables?
Currently, special characters are disabled inside of global variables. I would recommend you posting this as an idea, since allowing characters such as commas and @ symbols for email addresses would be a great addition to this functionality.
I’m also try to use Global Variables for adding .NET code snippets like , but unable to do so because of the special characters being disabled.