In the Services Controls tab, you can configure how numerical values are treated.
|Local number formats||If this setting is not specified, Tealeaf uses a default list of two formats. The first format uses the setting for Decimal Character for Numbers as a decimal separator and the alternative as a thousands separator. The second format uses the reverse.
Note: Tealeaf first tries to parse the numbers in each local format by requiring that the number be formatted exactly as expected. Tealeaf then tries to parse the numbers again for each locale in a mode that ignores missing or misplaced thousands separators. This can have unexpected results. For example, 123456.78 parses successfully as 12,345,678 in the fr-FR locale.
Events that extract machine-readable (no thousands separator,
|Parse Numerics as Currency||When set to