Geo coordinates in Decimal Degrees à la Google (e.g. 51.501061,-0.142350)
In Google Maps, if you right-click on a point on a map and choose "What is here?", you get geo coordinates in a simple, short Decimal Degrees format which looks like
51.501061,-0.142350 (for Buckingham Palace)
Whereas when you set the Lat/Lon format in Locus Pro to Decimal Degrees, and you copy the coordinates of Buckingham Palace into the clipboard, you get another kind of format, like:
n 51.50106° , w 000.14235°
I wish it was possible with Locus Pro to copy and handle geo coordinates not only in the current Locus Pro Decimal Degree format, but also in Google's "sub format", i.e. with +/- instead of E/W and N/S and without the Degree symbol (°) after each coordinate.
Of course, the most flexible approach would be to offer some kind of generic text field with special placeholders/tokens (for N/S,W/E or +-, for "space", for the degree sign °, for the numbers of digits before and after the comma, with or without trailing zeros before each coordinate and so on...) where the user could define every format he wants -- as it is with the custom cell formats you can define individually in Microsoft Excel.