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Subject:Re: QUESTION: British vs. American spelling From:Buck & Tilly Buchanan <writer -at- WF -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 31 Oct 1997 18:22:54 -0600
E,T, Hull wrote:
> > Yes, this sounds like complete bullshit to me too. So here's the
> > question I'd like to put to our esteemed American colleagues: If you
> > read a text that uses British spellings but is otherwise completely
> > neutral,
> > a) does it bother you?
Of course! But then, I'm offended at everything. Professional victim,
> > b) does it somehow impede your comprehension?
Took me years to get the COLOUR/COLOR COMMAND right on Apple//