Case Converter 1.1 reviewDownload
I often have texts that are completely lowercase, but need to be 'Title Case' - a capitalized first letter for all words.
I often have texts that are completely lowercase, but need to be 'Title Case' - a capitalized first letter for all words. Or all lowercase. What I used to do - until I created this - was launch Word and copy/paste => change case => copy/paste. Word tends to be as fast as a limp snail though, a Dashboard widget is a lot faster.
Case Converter can convert every string of text to a) lowercase b) UPPERCASE c) Title Case or d) Sentence case.
Known issues: Bear in mind that 'title case' and 'sentence case' won't always do what you want them to do. Abbreviations or names may loose their capitals, while 'title case' will capitalize the first letter of short words like "a", "of" and "in" - whether you want that or not. Sentence case is also limited in that it capitalizes the first letter after every ". " "? " or "! ".
Future versions of the Case Converter might incorporate user definable characters after which to capitalize in sentence case, and a user definable list of words never to change.
updated gui and several bugfixes.
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