SEL20F28 impresses and puzzles at the same time

Started Apr 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Not Harsh, I like Underlining, Bold, and every RICH TEXT option out there
In reply to 007peter, Apr 10, 2013

007peter wrote:

wb2trf wrote:

007peter's comments are way too harsh.  For openers, stop shouting, get rid of the underlining, all caps and bold.  We can read.  Your emphasis doesn't improve your argument.

Sorry about that, but NOT everyone here TALK the way you do.  I'm not shouting, but I LOVE playing with Bold, Italic, Underlines, and every RICH TEXT options available.  If DPR add the color options, I'll be all over that too

Repeated 4 times for a point:

The trick is you are mixing styles of emphasis and it is very confusing.  Pick one (capslock, bold, underline, or italics) and use it consistently.  If you are emphasizing every other phrase, nothing is emphasized and the reader stops caring.

The trick is you are mixing styles of emphasis and it is very confusing.  Pick one (capslock, bold, underline, or italics) and use it consistently.  If you are emphasizing every other phrase, nothing is emphasized and the reader stops caring.

The trick is you are mixing styles of emphasis and it is very confusing.  Pick one (capslock, bold, underline, or italics) and use it consistently.  If you are emphasizing every other phrase, nothing is emphasized and the reader stops caring.

The trick is you are mixing styles of emphasis and it is very confusing.  PICK ONE (capslock, bold, underline, OR italics) and use it consistently.  If you are emphasizing every other phrase, nothing is emphasized and THE READER STOPS CARING.

Read just the emphasized words (edit: for some reason this formatting got hosed, I fixed it).

Underline is good for headings or text/reference names, italics for special meaning of words, bold for strong emphasis and capslock for yelling.

Eric

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