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Do you like TestMy.net or testmy.net better?  

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  1. 1. Do you like TestMy.net or testmy.net better?

    • TestMy.net Capital T (the first one) and Capital M
      4
    • testmy.net No caps.
      14
    • Same difference.
      3
    • Testmy.Net
      4


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it doesnt really matter to me, but i usially write it as testmy.net

Is that with lower case or upper case. For some reason you cant write testmy.net with caps... AHH shit I just figured it out. CA3LE has it set to always write testmy.net no matter what you capitalize. I guess this poll is pointless... ahh what the hell all my shit is.

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TestMy.net

TESTMY.NET

Is that with lower case or upper case. For some reason you cant write testmy.net with caps... AHH shit I just figured it out. CA3LE has it set to always write testmy.net no matter what you capitalize. I guess this poll is pointless... ahh what the hell all my shit is.

not pointless Shug , may save somebody taking their keyboard apart  :lol: (me)

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Is that with lower case or upper case. For some reason you cant write testmy.net with caps... AHH shit I just figured it out. CA3LE has it set to always write testmy.net no matter what you capitalize. I guess this poll is pointless... ahh what the hell all my shit is.

you can write it any way you want

testmy.net

TestMy.net

TestMY.NET

i perfer it with no caps

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Before I logged in, it showed all 3 of dlewis23's examples in lower case.

Now that I am logged in, I see the 3 different examples.

Never noticed that before.

By the way, I usually just take the lazy way out, using all lower case.

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Yea I had the word censor on and I viewed it the same way you did. I forgot that our word censor automatically changes certain words to what CA3LE wants. So with it on if you write TeStMY.NeT it still comes out testmy.net.

Before I logged in, it showed all 3 of dlewis23's examples in lower case.

Now that I am logged in, I see the 3 different examples.

Never noticed that before.

By the way, I usually just take the lazy way out, using all lower case.

But I want to know which you think looks best.

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Hi Shugs , have you got , leave words uncensored box unticked in profile > look and layout  ?  that matbe the reason give it a try ,

I never even noticed that in the profile.  :shock:

Thanks, Roco!

BTW, on this side of the pond we say "unchecked" instead of "unticked". LOL

Many years of working on Jaguars and Land Rovers has taught me a 2nd language. Most of the terms the British use make sense, but I still don't understand why engine idle speed is called "tickover". Of course, it can be said that "idle speed" is an oxymoron, can't it?  ;)

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I never even noticed that in the profile.  :shock:

Thanks, Roco!

BTW, on this side of the pond we say "unchecked" instead of "unticked". LOL

Many years of working on Jaguars and Land Rovers has taught me a 2nd language. Most of the terms the British use make sense, but I still don't understand why engine idle speed is called "tickover". Of course, it can be said that "idle speed" is an oxymoron, can't it?  ;)

Hi philp, lol , we may also say unchecked , but all our UK forms say put a tick in the relevant box,

so I kinda gets to  a habit , tickover ,that is kinda interesting, it has allways been used since I can remember , (1960's) I use idle speed myself , we had a mech .with American connections ,

he said to the foreman , it  has a rattle in the trunk , lol  "TRUNK", is it a F*&^ing Elephant ,

we keep our hood on our coats , but our boot on our feet and car lol 

we had a US customer who complained about his shift, yeah shift work is a bars*&ed , replied the foreman,so whats up with the gearchange , somewere I have a book on American/English car terminology , it's about 50 pages ,

the one word same meaning that beat me for years was a-lumin-ium, I though was a different composition to our alu-minium  :lol: I did my apprenticeship with Standard-Triumph , but moved to Renault  :evil1: then out of the trade to cleaner engineering , I didn't like getting my little pandies dirty lol 

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Hi Shug, gee thanks , but can I change them for the equivalent in petrol vouchers,

it should cover a few gallons in the UK :evil3:

You damn British with your gas and your cars... No you cant exchange it. You can only use it to get horribly dirty things from the mods.  :lol: :lol:

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You damn British with your gas and your cars... No you cant exchange it. You can only use it to get horribly dirty things from the mods.  :lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol: Shucks Shugs,  I get that from my goverment , shafted springs to mind  :shock::roll:

Guess that is about the same then  :lol:

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I was thinking TeStMy.NeT, maybe just for flavor.  :mrgreen:

Just layer it over a set of hooters, and I am game.  :icon_thumleft:

:lol: :lol: Shucks Shugs,  I get that from my goverment , shafted springs to mind  :shock::roll:

Guess that is about the same then  :lol:

You should have insisted on the week fun filled trip to TMN resort, and insisted on picking up the passes at waters house.  ;)

But guess what, you blew it! !  :twisted:

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I used to write it as TestMy.net -- but the past few years I've written it as testmy.net  .. even if I start a sentance with 'testmy.net' I still leave it lowercase.  I always find myself going back and making stuff lowercase when I'm using a program that trys to 'fix' it for me :-P -- drives me nuts :)

Good to know that almost everyone else agrees with me that it looks better all lowercase :-P

why is one question "testmy.net No caps" and another "testmy.net" -- am I missing something or am I correct in thinking that IT'S THE SAME THING!! :-P

haha

-D

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I used to write it as TestMy.net -- but the past few years I've written it as testmy.net  .. even if I start a sentance with 'testmy.net' I still leave it lowercase.  I always find myself going back and making stuff lowercase when I'm using a program that trys to 'fix' it for me :-P -- drives me nuts :)

Good to know that almost everyone else agrees with me that it looks better all lowercase :-P

why is one question "testmy.net No caps" and another "testmy.net" -- am I missing something or am I correct in thinking that IT'S THE SAME THING!! :-P

haha

-D

Thats because your DAMN word censor was fucking with me and no matter how I wrote TestMy.net it would make it testmy.net.  :cussing: :cussing: :cussing: :cussing: :laughing7:

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I was thinking TeStMy.NeT, maybe just for flavor.  :mrgreen:

Just layer it over a set of hooters, and I am game.  :icon_thumleft:

You should have insisted on the week fun filled trip to TMN resort, and insisted on picking up the passes at waters house.  ;)

But guess what, you blew it! !  :twisted:

On no, these blackouts must be getting worse, I can't remember blowing it ,

I can't believe I would forget that, mind you I can't remember yesterday either, 

eerh, sorry I forgot your name, but can you tell me if I was  :lol: after ?

just glad I voted no to 4/20  :lol:

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