I found a few inconsistencies regarding the usage of % and ° signs in
LibreOffice, esp. the 3.5 branch.
In most places, where a number has % or ° sign after it, there is no space
between them. However:
1) In the View - Zoom dialog, there's "100 %".
2) In the new Color Picker dialog (e.g. Tools - Options - Colors - Edit),
all % and ° signs are separated from numbers with a space.
Even if there is no consensus about the % in English , the degree sign
shouldn't be spaced in that context , and the usage should certainly be
consistent within one project.
The Estonian team
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