*Safer* to have no space there at all, and for
The rules of hair splitting :)) require the
narrow space before the units, indeed, but I
don't think there are actually many fonts around
containing the *narrow* U+202F (e.g., Times New
Roman has regular width blank there).
Anyway, programs neither help with entering the
glyph, nor highlight its non-breakability.
LibreOffice comes to mind :))
P.S. Quite the same as it's with abbreviations
of names and patronymics, which require narrow
non-breaking spaces 'by the book' -- 'A._A.
Ivanov', but for the actual use on computer are
sub-standardised to be used with no space --
On 09/06/16 23:54, Eike Rathke wrote:
On Thursday, 2016-06-09 18:12:54 +0300, Serg Bormant wrote:
Revert it for ru (Russian), please.
We do not use space between number and "%". It may be an half space
but not nbsp.
I can replace it with a U+202F NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE, or would Russian
speakers prefer no space at all like it was before?
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