I am manually adding a decimal column in qgis and set the width and precision to one more than I actually need (Width: 5, Prec: 5)so the number comes out as 0.XXXXX, but when I save my eidts qgis is still rounding the decimal off at 3 places (0.XXX00).
You have to set a
Width value greater than the
If you want 5 digits behind the period, the width has to be 7 to include the period and the 0 (or sign) before it. If the numbers are greater than 10, you have to expand the width as well.
Don't be shy with the width value, it was a delimiter in old FORTRAN times when data storage was expensive.