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


OK then,

2016-06-16 13:09 GMT+02:00 Eike Rathke <erack@redhat.com>:

>
> > 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.
>
>

Is there any plan or rationale (also for other languages) to further
develop these rules to apply differently to different texts (i.e.
spreadsheets and text documents)?

I will push for a test period and really ask users to report back in time
to change this back latest with RC3. Is that feasible? RC2 is just too soon
to get a proper feedback. And I do not want a release to disrupt the way
that users work.

Also, does this mean that this is already in place/working with 5.2b2? If
so, I can ask Slovenian users to already try this out and report back.

Thanks, m.

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