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12-13-2008 @ 9:16AM
It seems to me that the people who respond to this topic are primarily the ones who correct grammar and spelling in trade chat, if only because the rest don't care enough about it to reply!As a former proofreader, I see mistakes everywhere, and am particularly annoyed by Blizz for making an inscription recipe for Glyph of Judgement [sic]! That extra e in the middle drives me crazy! I know it's a variant spelling, but Blizz should know better.As for the ppl who post in trade chat, I enjoy most of them, misspellings and all. And if they want to call me an Inscriptionator, that's okay with me! Lol!
12-13-2008 @ 10:55AM
I agree with you. I am less annoyed by the mistakes of other players (especially when we are talking about typos) than I am by the mistakes made by Blizzard. A game is a published product, and should be edited/proofed for mistakes prior to release.
12-14-2008 @ 7:21AM
@NachomommaPerhaps the person who wrote the "Glyph of Judgement" was not American, but English or Australian. Being an Aussie I get a laugh out of the American spelling of certain words that we spell differently. I'll happily claim Judgement for the Australian contingent. That's how we spell it and will hopefully spell it for many years to come.Now if we could only find a way to be able to use Trade chat without crazy linkings like Rising Tide!
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