Rounding bug with "Compute optimal retention" still persists in the stable release

I previously reported this during beta-testing, but this still happens in 24.04, stable release.

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0c02c669c1682589f8b61ba9ce90a8b8bff97c2c fixed it in my tests, but it seems not to cover all cases. I’ll try again.

Something I realized just now is that in the “Desired retention” field, a comma is used as a decimal separator, but in the “Predicted optimal retention” field, a dot is used. In my Windows settings, a comma is used. I’m not sure if it matters in this case, but I just wanted to point it out.

I don’t think it matters in this case - we’re just showing the numbers in a different way.

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