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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Missing space in formatting of percents in Calc


No please don't for now. Kruno and I will first talk before we make this decision.

Mihovil


02.06.2016 u 09:23, Kruno je napisao/la:


02.06.2016 u 07:15, Christian Kühl je napisao/la:
Hi, Eike!

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 [1]).

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.

Thanks,
Christian.


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?

Kruno



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