On Tue, Sep 20, 2022 at 1:21 PM Annabelle Wübbelsmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Can you tell me, why the word "From" have a capitalised initial letter?
Usually "from" is written with a lowercase initial letter.
In this case, the preposition is the last word of the term that, as Heiko
says, lacks quotation marks. In title casing, the first and last words are
always capitalized, regardless of whether they are prepositions. So it’s
correct in this case.
Also, BTW, the writing rules on the wiki are merely so that newly
introduced strings do not repeat the same past mistakes; the intention is
not to have everything already existing match them, precisely because of
the workload it would impose on all of us, as András said.
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