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Old 15th February 2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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Oh, don't worry, the patent term is up, just in case you were considering using this method to connect your CD transport to the DAC.
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jamie1107, are you sure you posted in the right thread?

Wrong thread, plus a few spelling checkers and "grammar-101" books would also be helpful for this person.

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Wrong thread, plus a few spelling checkers and "grammar-101" books would also be helpful for this person.

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Jan: Go easy on Jamie. His spelling is intelligible and it's obvious that he's tried to format his post to make it easier to read.
That's something that I can really appreciate.

Jamie: I use a free program called 'ie spell' that, once installed, can easily and quickly check anything that you type into anything on internet explorer.

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Old 15th February 2008, 01:32 PM   #6
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Jamie: I use a free program called 'ie spell' that, once installed, can easily and quickly check anything that you type into anything on internet explorer.
Pfft, Firefox also has a spell checker.

It also has less security holes and is more user friendly.

And it also has the best mascot:

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Old 15th February 2008, 02:19 PM   #7
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Jamie,
Please confirm if this is the thread you had in mind.

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Jan: Go easy on Jamie. His spelling is intelligible and it's obvious that he's tried to format his post to make it easier to read.
That's something that I can really appreciate.

Jamie: I use a free program called 'ie spell' that, once installed, can easily and quickly check anything that you type into anything on internet explorer.

http://www.iespell.com/download.php

All the best,
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Why would he then be too lazy to use caps but expect us to do the extra effort to figure out where his sentences start and stop?
That's something I can't really appreciate.

To be honest, I think he can spell quite well. I think he just doesn't take the trouble, and it's no longer his problem when he hits submit isn't it?

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Jan, you've been spending too much time with EC8010!
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Jan, you've been spending too much time with EC8010!

It wasn't him. It was the beer!
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