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> The developers here argue that: 1) everyone does it and 2) if "set up" is the verb and "setup" is the noun, then "log in" is the verb and "login" is the noun.
> My argument is that 1) multiple wrongs don't make a right and 2) "set up" is the verb and "setup" is the noun, but "log in" is always a verb and "log" is the noun.
Sorry, but I agree 100% with your developers.
John Wilcox -- Senior Technical Writer
TCSI Corp. -- Bothell, WA 425-487-8594