de-CAP's-ing feature, maybe

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lately there have been a lot of topic titles with caps lettering. this kinda clutters my inbox and i feel like everyone's yelling at me :(
removing caps completely except from the beginning of a word would also be great and could be applied to all posts. it gets a tad bit annoying when and entire paragraph is written in caps.
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Can you create user stylesheets for whatever browser/mail client you're using ?

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*{
text-transform: lowercase;
}
  1. *{
  2. text-transform: lowercase;
  3. }


It's like a CSS-lap in the mouth. :D
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This is a little more selective for use with browsing Ozzu,

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.postbody, .topictitle, .maintitle, .gen {
    text-transform: lowercase;
}
  1. .postbody, .topictitle, .maintitle, .gen {
  2.     text-transform: lowercase;
  3. }


It kinda makes everyone look like they don't know how to use grammer, but hey, nobody is yelling at you. ;)
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i use firefox and the way they suggest [i think] going about doing this is editing the "userContent.css" file.
i did this and added the
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.postbody, .topictitle, .maintitle, .gen {
  text-transform: lowercase;
}
  1. .postbody, .topictitle, .maintitle, .gen {
  2.   text-transform: lowercase;
  3. }

to every "userContent.css" file i could find on my computer [using a nifty little databasing program called "locate32"]
however, i cannot figure out how to enable these preferences in firefox
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Did you place one in your chrome subfolder of your Profile folder ?

http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/edit

userContent.css wrote:
This file sets the display rules for web content and is located in the sub-folder called chrome in your profile folder. As with user.js, this file does not exist by default, so you need to create it before you can start adding your preferences. As with userChrome.css, there is an example file that exists by default, called userContent-example.css. Basically, you can just rename that file by removing the -example part.


Make sure you save the copy you plan to use as userContent.css
The one that's in that folder is named userContent-example.css.

You will need to restart Firefox for it to take effect.
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Opera does it a little differently.

Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Content > Style Options > "Choose" a Stylesheet.

Then before closing that popup,
Presentation Modes > check "My Style Sheet" under the "Author Mode" column & make sure "Default Mode" is "Author Mode".
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yes. i placed it in the "chrome" subfolder of the "profile" folder. i renamed the file to exclude the "-example" and included everything. i'm going to try the restarting thing now.
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Firefox is kinda picky about being restarted to put changes like that into effect.

It's part of the reason Firefox renders a little faster than most browsers.
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yes! it worked. my plan to get rid of all caps in world is finally coming to fruition. now pinky, we're going to do what we do every night!

//ps: thanks very much. :)

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