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Removing the % sign on the progress bars

Hello
I wish to remove the % sign in the value box at the end of the progress bar line.  

I have tried to find the label but have had no joy.  

Can you please assist me

Thank you

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  • Perhaps you could include a choice. Rather than remove the label, have the option to set a variable for example we can choose years, months, days or millimeters etc.

    The problem that it also works out the bars to 100%  is an issue for example in our bars we have 138mm of rain in one month and 110mm in another and 50mm in another it shows the 58mm as 58% but others it shows as 100% ?

    This is misleading to the researchers and our university students so we need to address this now as we have to make a presentation to the Ugandan Govt and we wish to use our web site as part of this presentation.

    If you have any suggestions this would be great,

    Many thanks

    Joe
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