Re: EDIT: OR - Dale of Norway Roaldshorn Vest - Lyon
- AB, fixed and uploaded, and Tests folder copy deleted. Thanks for you edits, which I think made this a better report.
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Andrew Buskov" <rescue@...> wrote:
> See below. I think we're on the same page.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > <<Personal Details and Backpacking Background
> > Edit: This is the only heading section with mixed-case lettering. Did you
> > for it to be this way?>> ### Yes, I did so intend, as I consider it part
> of the
> > intro, where the product name is the headline (and so worthy of all caps).
> > Doesn't make any difference to me though, so I'll change it if you prefer.
> ###AB: leave it.. just wondering if that's what you meant.
> > <<Manufacturer: Dale of Norway AS [pronounced da-LAY]
> > Edit: What is the 'AS' for? I didn't notice it on the site as part of the
> > manufacturer name.>> ### AS is an abbreviation for Aktiensolat
> > Norse for "share company." The Norse equivalent of "Inc." or "Ltd." or
> > "GmbH" (Germany) or "SpA" (Italy). I found it on the copyright notice on
> > website. When I edit I always require the full legal name of the
> > here, so I simply followed my own rule.
> ###AB: Aaaah. I was unaware of this. It fits then. Would it be acceptable to
> use 'AS.' like we would for 'Ltd.' ?
> > <<inside the vest notes that the garment has also been treated with Nano
> > technology for additional stain and water repellency.
> > Edit: Nano itself is not a proper name. however, I believe Nano Technology
> > is. I'd capitalize the T.>> ### Dale capitalized only "Nano," which is why
> I did
> > too. Another 'no big deal' matter to me.
> ###AB: If this is specifically how Dale has it, then leave it. Their Nordic
> spelling really messes with my head though. :-P
> > <<everywhere except the sides and a strip across the chest, where there
> > strips of grey wool. The verso of this can be seen in the second photo,
> > Edit: Did you mean 'verso', or was this supposed to be reverse?>> ### I
> > meant "verso" but "reverse" is better. Will change.
> ###AB I had to look up verso myself. Although it will fit, I do believe
> reverse is better for the average reader.