While looking at prototype resistances, I stumbled over this again: Yes, I know "decrease" and "percent" are the names of table keys. Still, there's a bit of a difference between 0.6% (as displayed in the prototype browser) and 60% (the real value of this setting). I know that this value is in the range 0…1, but I still take the 0.6% at face value time and again!
Changing "percent" doesn't seem like a good idea because it's the key name. But how about adding the value in an alternative notation?
It's not necessary that the transformed number has the same precision as the first value. It could be an integer for all I care. In my opinion, the most important thing is that one can see at a glance the order of magnitude this value really has. Would it be possible to get this implemented?
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percent: 0.600000 (60%)