No-Break Space automatically turns into normal Space

Describe the bug
No-Break Space (U+A0) character turns into normal Space (U+20) when cursor is moved to another block, when text style/color/block type is changed or when copied (Ctrl + C)

To Reproduce
In any kind of text block:

  1. Type any place holder text that spans beyond one line
  2. Google the No-Break Space, copy it from any page
  3. Paste it in place of the normal space right after the last word of a line. The word should move to the next line
  4. Do any of the actions mentioned in the description that should turn it into a normal space. And you will see the word go back to the previous line, meaning the space is no longer a No-Break Space

Expected behavior
The No-Break Space should be preserved

System Information:

  • OS: Windows 10, 21H2 (build 19044.1826)
  • Device Manufacturer/Model: Gigabyte P35K
  • Anytype Version: 0.27.0

Interestingly, Narrow No-Break Space (U+202F) is not affected