Space after curly braces

When translating strings with placeholders, e.g.

An affiliate organization from {REGION}

we receive a warning from Crowdin that indicates the translated string,
來自{REGION}的附屬組織會員, doesn’t have a space after the curly brace of the {REGION} placeholder.


Is the space necessary? In Chinese, words don’t break with spaces in a sentence.

Probably more a question for @mhoefft

I’m 99% certain this is just a warning to ensure consistency. It does the same if a translation is changed from having an ending period to not having one…

Just confirmed that this is just a warning for consistency. You can remove the spaces without problems.

Nice - thanks a lot @dnoesgaard!