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Can A Moderator Fix Something For Me Please?
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In the last two days I've started 2 new topics, both get the same error in the title. If you type something like "I'm happy" in the title, including the quotation marks, the I shows up as i and the next words start with a capital instead. Can a mod fix this for me please? It looks like a grammar error now.

The 2 topics are:

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Well, isn't that strange! I've reported this so hopefully Peter can fix it. I don't have that kind of power. :P

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I know my iPad automatically corrects capatialization. If I hit to capitalize but the iPad was going to capitalize, like the beginning of a quote, it thinks I'm overriding it and doesn't capitalize. If I hit capitalize for the word I'm, it won't.

Clear as mud? Maybe that 's what's happening?

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All my posts were typed on a pc computer in a normal browser, so I don't think it's a software error. It seems as if all words typed in the topic title are auto-capitalised by the forum. Look at the title above. Maybe that's where things went wrong: the I has been un-capitalised.

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There are some things the board is programmed to do automatically.

One of them is to enforce the case in the title such that the first character in every space-delimited token is upper case, and the rest are all lower case. This prevents "shouting" in topic titles. But it can cause confusion when a token begins with a punctuation mark, or contains an abbreviation or acronym correctly presented in all caps, such as MSG.

I have fixed the two titles in question.

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There are some things the board is programmed to do automatically.

One of them is to enforce the case in the title such that the first character in every space-delimited token is upper case, and the rest are all lower case. This prevents "shouting" in topic titles. But it can cause confusion when a token begins with a punctuation mark, or contains an abbreviation or acronym correctly presented in all caps, such as MSG.

I have fixed the two titles in question.

It makes sense now... Thank you :)

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