skrifaði Olivier Hallot:
I tend to use "cycle through cases" or similar.
Em 11-04-2011 08:13, Martin Srebotnjak escreveu:
2011/4/11 Sophie Gautier<email@example.com>
Yes, I think toggle would be more adapted than rotate, at
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.
But "tOGGLE cASE" is there too as an option, you mean this
is a transitional state to have both "Rotate case (Title
Case, UPPERCASE, lowercase)" and "tOGGLE cASE" ????
Hmmm, something smells fishy...
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