On Thursday, 2016-06-16 12:56:50 +0200, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:
I have another question. In Slovenian, this space is OK for literature,
texts, but not for formulas. Is there a way to differentiate where the rule
is applied in LO?
Also, can a user toggle this rule (on/off)?
No. S/he could only create a user-defined number format and use that
instead, but the default when entering a percent value into an
unformatted cell will always be the format from locale data.
LibreOffice Calc developer. Number formatter stricken i18n transpositionizer.
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Re: No-break space between number and percent sign done for locales listed in CLDR · Serg Bormant
Re: No-break space between number and percent sign done for locales listed in CLDR (was: [libreoffice-l10n] Missing space in formatting of percents in Calc) · Serg Bormant
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