On Wed, 21 Aug 2013, Ken Springer wrote:
Whether or not there's two spaces at the end of the sentence doesn't make a
lot of difference in that communication, IMO. But, I think it does effect
the ease with which an individual can read the written word.
did you mean "the ease with which _some individuals_ can read the
written word"? I dislike double-spaces but I hardly see a difference,
subjectively, in the ease of reading.
can you cite a source for the claim it inhibits reading? don't feel
obligated; I know Tom is trying, in his graceful way, to end the
thread and it is probably overdrawn at this point.
it is btw pretty easy to edit them out.
If you find a solution and become attached to it, the solution may
become your next problem.
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