Operating system: macOS High Sierra version: 10.13.6 (Macbook Pro 2015)
Graphics card: Intel Iris Graphics 6100
Broken: blender-2.80-6fd11a21f5c5-OSX-10.9-x86_64 (2018.3.11)
**Short description of error**
The// first time// when entering anything (number, letter, or special character) in the number field of the edit window after doing an Alt + E extrude (vertex, edge, or face) results in blender registering it as an apostrophe instead. Does not happen when doing an E extrude, scaling, moving, CTRL+B bevel, or rotating.
**Exact steps for others to reproduce the error**
1. Open up most recent Blender 2.80 Beta build.
2. Go into edit mode then extrude a vertex, edge, or face using the **Alt + E** method.
3. Enter a letter, number, or special character in any number field in the edit window (bottom left) that pops up. //**This is where the bug occurs.**// Instead of the intended letter, number, or special character appearing, an apostrophe appears. In the provided video I am attempting to enter the number 1, but instead an apostrophe appears. I have to delete and then re-enter a number. Only occurs during the //first time// you enter a number after you do ALT + E extrude.