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I tend to use "cycle through cases" or similar.

Em 11-04-2011 08:13, Martin Srebotnjak escreveu:
2011/4/11 Sophie Gautier<>

Yes, I think toggle would be more adapted than rotate, at least, I
understand it better in this case :)

I think it was toggle and got changed into rotate. Because there is a toggle
case function that changes/inverts case - as a matter of fact, it would be
better to call it "iNVERT cASE" than "tOGGLE cASE". Then Rotate case could
go back to Toggle case.

Lp, m.

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