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Hello,

just in the autoit Forums I have the Problem, that autocorrect is doing a lot of false UPPERCASE corrections. Searching my Profile here I cannot see any Option to turn off this behaviour. And, no, changing the local browser language from German to English in General is not an Option, because I use quite a lot of different Workstations ...

 

Regards, Rudi.

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I don't have any auto-correct, I am assuming you are using a phone? turn off the extension in your browser if on a pc. I have no auto-correct in browser and don't know what you are talking about really. other than that, it's your phone settings

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Hello @Earthshine

 

No, I'm Talking About writing Posts in Firefox or Chrome on Win7 or Win10 PCs. The autocorrection is altering the first letter of all words, that are valid nouns in German language to UPPERcase. (in German all nouns are written with "Fist-Letter-Uppercase")

So at least, it must be some Setting for the browser, or Maybe Office? As this is Happening at several PCs and Browsers I was wondering, if it's some feature of the Forum pages...

 

For this post all the uppercase letters were altered to UPPER while typing these lines, directly after Pressing space "behind-the-word" on the fly.

 

 

Regards, Rudi.

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Don't think there is any forum option for spelling so guess this must be a browser function on your computer.

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