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    Metric Level Head - Unwanted space between elevation and unit

    As the title says, I have a metric level head which displays values in Metres and I have an unwanted space between the elevation value and the 'm' which I want to get rid off but so far I haven't found a way to do it. Any googled images of imperial level heads show no space between the feet and inches apostrophes.


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    You might be able to edit the label
    Edit the Units format of the label, and replace the m with a Suffix instead

    might work?
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