unable to type in a dot to extend a volume

Hi Unable to resize a volume to be 1. portion of TB - i can type in 1 TB or 2TB - but I cant type a dot something ie 1.2 TB - the .  just does not appear.

the system is using the  datastore default VM storage policy . - I'm sure Ive done this in the past. - ESX is 5.5   v sphere web client im using is 6.5.0.13000
whats going on here? max size is 2.39 TB  why cant i put in 1.2 TB to extend hard disk size?
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nobusCommented:
could you just put in 1 or 2 TB and rtename the volume as you wish later?
philb19Author Commented:
Hi Sorry what is this "rtename" ?   What I found is I can put in 1,500 GB  and then change to TB and it auto fills to just under 1.5TB 1.471etc

My question is really can you not use the decimal point when you size a drive in vcentre ? - is this by design for some reason?  thanks
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
what if you work in Gigs.... e.g. 1200G
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philb19Author Commented:
Thanks Andrew yes 1500 gb works but my Question is why doesn't 1.5 Tb work or allow you to enter in like that is this normal the case for everyone? Thanks
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
vSphere Web Client full of little bugs!

the final HTML5 client, may have resolved this...otherwise it's one of VMware "By Design" niggles!

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nobusCommented:
>>  Hi Sorry what is this "rtename"   <<  = rename
philb19Author Commented:
Thanks all - seems to just be a bug - 15ooMB is the only way thanks
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