WFB-Lite - bug on zero selection on...

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All,
Has anyone else had a problem with WFB (lite) and a bug relating to data entry?

I have found that for an ELEMENT of type "Number", if the minimum value is specified as 0 (the default) and a maximum of (say) 5, if the user fills in the value 0 in the entry box on a form, then the value is NOT sent to the user nor to the administrator as part of the e-mail acknowledgement - i.e. the field/element is omitted. All other values seem to work OK.

I reported this "feature" a couple of years ago and Scott said in the support area that this was known about and would be addressed in the "next release". I see that there was a new release last month, which I have downloaded and tested but unfortunately the same feature is still present.
Is the same feature present in the paid-for version of WFB?
I tried to contact the support team last week but they must be busy doing other great things so am seeking any answer to see how I may proceed via this forum.
Regards
ADB
UK.
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Hi Alan,
I would open a support topic.
https://www.coffeecup.com/help/myroom/opentopic/
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It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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Eric
Thanks for the post - however there is already a support ticket for this raised by me, number 369174, but as indicated, nothing seems to have been done about it.
regards
Alan

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