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G'day Everyone,

It's time for my annual moan and groan about comment formatting on the forums.

I've edited more than 160 comments over the last eight weeks or so due to a lack of the basics - capital letters and fullstops at the start and end of sentences. Can all members please pay close attention to this. Whilst occasionally we all (me included) make mistakes this post is more aimed at the more habitual transgressors.

As most will know, I've never been a big enforcer of rules and regs - preferring to ask and hope for co-operation rather than cracking the whip. I've no plans to change this MO. That said, a well constructed sentence does help make the information and ideas we supply to each other more credible and helps make the forums more presentable to those we'd hope would join us. Smile


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