Well, we can talk, but there's nothing to be talked about...
See here: http://pravopis.hr/pravilo/bjelina/54/
It's not controversial topic in Croatian orthography. Personal
preferences and that "I used to" really should not be an argument here.
If we have Croatian local, then this is what we must do.
You can always switch to English local for some special usage or cases.
Having regular space would be a bad idea, and even I would appose, but
having a non-breaking space is exactly what we need.
I'll let Mihovil to decide and not interfere, but it's plain simple...
02.06.2016 u 09:27, Mihovil Stanić je napisao/la:
No please don't for now. Kruno and I will first talk before we make
02.06.2016 u 09:23, Kruno je napisao/la:
02.06.2016 u 07:15, Christian Kühl je napisao/la:
Am 01.06.2016 um 21:25 schrieb Stanislav Horáček:
for most locales, formatting code for the "Percent" category in Calc
is a number followed by the percent sign without any space. However,
a non-breaking space is usually put after the number in some
languages. Thanks to Eike, this has been fixed for Finnish and Czech
(see the bug ).
I believe that more locales need to be corrected - please check the
percentage format in your locale and if the space is missing, report
it by replying to this thread - Eike will go through the replies.
For German a non-breaking space between number and percent sign as well
as units is required, too.
Same for Croatian: 1 m; 62,5 %; 0,5 ‰; 3 kg; 2 m; 220 V; 60 W; 50 m/s...
And then 5 °C but 180^o 20′ 50″.
Is it possible to use non-braking space in AutoCorretion? Is there
some html-like notation or something?
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