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Dec
14
comment “To” vs. “for” in “gold for your business”
Thanks. You are probably right that I should try to come up with something more original...
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asked “To” vs. “for” in “gold for your business”
Nov
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accepted “To be” or just “be”
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asked “To be” or just “be”
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Jul
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comment “Properties” versus “settings”
Thank you for the answer @Joachim Sauer, I think your distinction is quite useful, although the size of e.g. a file can be altered by editing the contents. But that's why you stress that settings generally are easier to change than properties.
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accepted “Properties” versus “settings”
Jul
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comment “Properties” versus “settings”
Why so aggressive @Joe Blow ??? Yes, it's my first time here on English SE, but I'm quite active on UX SE. I was thinking that a language question would be more suitable here than on UX SE, but perhaps that was a wrong assumption... Instead of talking about muddle/shambolic question, a more constructive stance would be to, gently, ask: Please tell us more. And then, if the question is judged not to be relevant here, point to a better way of/resource for answering the question.
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Jul
7
comment “Properties” versus “settings”
@Joe Blow, I'll admit that the choice of "object" perhaps is a bit unwise, since it has a certain meaning to programmers. If you find it shambolic(?) I have tried to clarify, but please let me know, if it isn't clear enough, still. After all, from my understanding, this forum is about clear and "correct" communication :)
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Jul
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revised “Properties” versus “settings”
Clarification
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