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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Re: No-break space between number and percent sign done for locales listed in CLDR


Hi Yury,

On Friday, 2016-06-10 07:40:36 +0300, Yury Tarasievich wrote:

> *Safer* to have no space there at all, and for Belarusian, too.
>
> 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).

I don't know, I don't use that one, all fonts I use have it, even the
terminal font ;-) which then as it is a monospace font of course
displays a normal width non-break space.

> Anyway, programs neither help with entering the glyph, nor highlight its
> non-breakability.

It's for display purposes only anyway, you don't have to enter a blank
when entering percentage values.

However, I'll remove it from ru-RU and be-BY.

Eike

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