Re: [NTO] LOL, OTOH, IMO, FWIW, FYI, ROTL, etc...
- Hi Dr. Paul, and All Others,
Thanks everybody for all the posts - seen enough now. ;)
>> What would be a good heading name for NoteTab's Glossary's nextClick on Help | NoteTab Glossary... You're listed in the
>> release for eMail/Internet acronyms?
>I was wondering about whether "eMail/Internet acronyms" is short
>enough (regardless of how you care to spell "email"), so I went
>to look at the glossaries I've got loaded now. I assume you're
>speaking about the spelling checker dictionaries, not the
>What do the other glossary names look like?
Acknowledgements section, but we want mention it to anybody less
they think your memory is failing. ;)
>(Parenthetic note to those who care about how to spell words thatLOL! When has the American English ever been consistent?
>don't yet have standard dictionary spellings: Do you really think
>it's consistent to insist on typing "e-mail" messages while
>simultaneously dialing the phone to check your "voicemail"? I
>mean, if you want to get picky ... <grin>...)
Furthermore, "ya'll" and "a-couple-a-three" (sp) is *perfect*
English in the South! Where as "you all" and "two or three" would
be considered a foreign language like they speak in the North! <vbg>
Actually, I picked up eMail off Cindy Goss years+ ago during one
of the early NoteTab updates when she suggested to Eric to spell
it that way because it looked neat/kewl. :) I thought so too and
never stopped using it. Eric did tell us that he needed to stick
to the common or correct spelling or something like that. Who
decided for us that e-mail was "correct" anyhow? ;) ...and, I bet
this does not work: ^!e-mail <vbg>.
...and Dr. Paul says, "Oh, that glossary!" ;)
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