[bksvol-discuss] Re: SOMETHING TO WATCH OUT FOR

  • From: Grandma Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2007 17:33:40 -0800 (PST)

It's also possible that per them was in the text and
that's an example of something that K1000 didn't
catch, or a spell-check, as you ppoint out, wouldn't
catch, but that a validator or scanner who read the
book as you are doing would. In a book I'm doing now
there are a lot of words like that, e.g., dump for
clump, ear for eat, die for the. No numeral one for
capital I though, interestingly.


--- siss52 <siss52@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> hI aLL,
> There has been a lot of discussion on this list
> about the th problem, and 
> the things that could happen if it is corrected
> globally.  I am reading a 
> book submitted by the famous bookshare.org volunteer
> and ran across a phrase 
> where someone may have done this.  The phrase "per
> diem" always appears as 
> "per them".  A spell checker would not catch that
> one.  Just wanted to point 
> this out, not to criticize.
> Sue S.

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