My angular dimensions are showing two decimal places always. 30.00 for example.

My linear dimensions have functioning smart trailing zeros. 110.15 or 110 instead of 110.00

Why are my angular dimensions not behaving the same? There does not seem to be a different setting for trailing zeros on angles compared to linear dimensions.

I have to eat humble pie here!

I had a custom drafting standard based on one from about 2010 or so.

Now I fiddled about a bit, the control of trailing zeros in linear and angular dimensions (including the angle in the chamfer dimension that was particularly pesky) is working correctly.

The enhancement in 2018 gives independent control of trailing zeros in angular dimensions.

I'm left only with the problem of no trailing zeros in the bilateral tolerances, when they are correctly applied to limit tolerances. This is the same on angular and linear dimensions.

Addendum: from whats new in 2018

To set trailing zeroes in tolerances:

So it is fixed.