You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

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You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

Postby Mika » Sun Jan 04, 2009 8:48 pm

You must enter your social security number in the form ###-##-####.

Just a note about this, social security number equivalents in other countries are not in the same form as is the one used in United States.

For example, in Finland the "personal identification number" is in DDMMYYCZZZQ form, where DDMMYY is birthdate, C is the century identification sign (+ for the 19th century, - for the 20th and A for the 21st), ZZZ is the personal identification number and Q is a checksum character. For example, a valid number would be 311290-999K.

Just thought I'd mention this.
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Re: You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

Postby drew » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:03 am

Thanks... We actually removed this format restriction in later versions of the plugin, due to international issues like these.

If you're running 1.41, and are still getting that message, let us know.

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Re: You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

Postby Mika » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:00 pm

Well, it's not that I get the message, but the string is still in the translation pool.

Hopefully there aren't a lot of strings in there left that aren't actually used anymore. :D
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Re: You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

Postby drew » Tue Jan 06, 2009 10:36 am

Good point... This and several other strings that are no longer used will be removed in our next release.

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Re: You must enter your social security number in the form ###-#

Postby Mika » Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:56 pm

Excellent, looking forward to the next version. :)
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