Le 22/08/2013 19:29, Tom Davies a écrit :
I tend to find using a capital letter at the beginning of each word neatly avoids having to use any
character at all between words.
ForExample LibreOffice is fairly easy to read as 2 separate words.
I'm not sure what the standard practise is though
That is not. It's a practice in English (all the words in the menus are
capitalized in English, but for example in French, it's not accepted)
and I'm sure that in several languages the camel style is not accepted.
We have to find a way that correspond to the current localization
practice in our language.
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