@roldy makes a very good point. The “Sparen List” values look like they are the result of a math calculation, so it’s quite likely that the underlying values are not *exactly* 0.1, etc.

Even through you might configure a math column to a single decimal place, this is only for display purposes. Glide will still store the precise value (including as many decimal places as are necessary), and use those in any subsequent calculations.

I wouldn’t mind betting this is your problem. If it is, a simple fix would be to enclose your math formula in a `round()`

function, to force a single decimal place.