tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Jul 12 06:40:20 2002

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RE: Damn Capitalization

Only more difficult if you are predisposed to the format of English
writing (which, admittedly, most of us are).  But I found it quite easy
to switch to the klingon capitalization methods once I wrote it a bit.
In fact, as I believe DloraH noted in a previous post, SometImeS I fInD
mySelf uSIng klIngon capItalIzatIon when I Don't IntenD to. ;)

Stardate 2528.4

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephan Schneider [] 
> Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 14:36
> To:
> Subject: Re: Damn Capitalization
> >From: Andrew Strader []
> >>And as a phonetic representation, it seems to have been chosen with 
> >>absolutely no regard for the typist. :) Does anyone else 
> get bugged by 
> >>constantly hitting the shift key?
> >
> >Yes!  And this seems to have infected English too.  In this message 
> >alone, I have had to "shift" 9 times!
> :)
> but there is a difference. in english you don't use uppercase letters 
> inside a word, which would be much more difficult.
> sts.

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