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Jan 21, 2006, 18:17 #26Originally Posted by Spencer F.
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Jan 22, 2006, 08:50 #27
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Pretty sure it's NO. Members do not seem to like it when you edit their post. I even ask them to make their signature smaller when it's to big.
Jan 22, 2006, 10:01 #28
I don't edit them.
I have made it clear in all my guidelines that I expect my members to use "english" and not SMS mumbling. If I have a member who thinks he's on mIrc, I just remind him being a member in my communities means using proper sentences.
As for the mistakes or typos. I am not a native English speaker, so I have my own "creative" ways of constructing a sentence .. I am also the "queen of typos". So I don't make a big fuss. If they have a post that can be understood, I have no problem. I don't have a spellcheck installed either, since I don't think it's important.