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Submitted By Yoav Weiss (czarlimit)


This script was conceived of by me, and written by Jack Gill. It can capitalize and uncapitalize words, phrases, or sentences, depending on what you input.

/caps{word or phrase} to CAPITALIZE
/uncaps{WORD OR PHRASE} to uncapitalize


You can reply to individual comments by clicking the "Reply" link next to each.

# by Anonymous on 11/09/04 at 04:12:37

Kind of pointless, since keyboards have the "shift" and "caps lock" buttons...

# by czarlimit on 11/09/04 at 04:28:46

if you're trying to send over a friendly copy of a long paragraph thats all in caps, are you going to spend time re-writing it? or would you rather copy paste and place it under a /uncaps command? this script comes in handy...

# by BlueRevolution on 11/09/04 at 04:33:23

handy for normal conversations not really (for me) but I could adapt the code for another script I'm working for... I know, I know, I'm a hopeless scavenger ;)

# by on 11/09/04 at 11:53:46

However virtually useless this may seem to most people, that just isn't the point. The point is so that when PC users come over you can go "hey check this out" 60 million times for fun. Usefullness is nice, but I'm also a fan of gadgets to play with. I like "Because I Can" stuff.

# by StarManta on 11/10/04 at 05:19:52

the only time this script would be remotely useful is for pasting... i would recommend you reconsider the implementation of it, given that. /uncaps alone could insert a lowercase'd version of whatever's on the clipboard at the time - several fewer keystrokes and less chance for error.

My 2 cents.

# by ihaveabellybutton on 11/29/04 at 03:47:15


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Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 11/09/04
Jack Gill