Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

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Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby Viking-Sensei » March 21st, 2011, 4:06 am

Rather than mucking up Errant Story's Typo Thread, I figure DNPWWO needs one of it's own. Any typos you find in the course of reading DNPWWO, please log here and they'll get fixed... eventually.

Also if it's an older comic you're viewing, do check to make sure someone didn't already report it.
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby Viking-Sensei » March 21st, 2011, 4:10 am

2011-03-21 -> Panel 5 -> Balloon 3
"Huh, your right" to "Huh, you're right"
2011-03-21 -> Panel 6 -> Balloon 2
"accross" to "across"
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby Imp-Chan » March 21st, 2011, 10:16 pm

Damn. I knew I should never have let Poe start lettering.

I'll go back and fix the comics when I'm done recovering from Alabama.

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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby SubversiveCynic » March 22nd, 2011, 9:04 am

3/11/21 the word squeak is misspelled.

Also I would like to cast a variation of bribe the DM to remind the person overseeing these boards that me and my magic hoohaw don't wanna be "new poster" anymore. I wonder if he'll notice.
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby SubversiveCynic » March 23rd, 2011, 2:27 am

Also basically in the same comic
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby SubversiveCynic » April 6th, 2011, 12:11 am

4/6/11
First panel: Boys to Boys', though that isn't absolute
Last panel: add the word 'am' between 'so' and 'converting'
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby RGE » April 6th, 2011, 7:05 am

I thought it would be "I'm so converting".
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby SubversiveCynic » April 7th, 2011, 12:31 am

RGE wrote:I thought it would be "I'm so converting".


Or, you know, this.
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby Anthony » April 18th, 2011, 1:53 am

"rules of language, them self" should be "rules of language, themselves". Not that grammar errors aren't particularly appropriate in the middle of that specific rant.
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Re: Does Not Type Well With Fingers - The Typo Thread

Postby RGE » April 18th, 2011, 11:04 am

Should there really be a comma between "language" and "themselves" though? I don't think so, but English isn't my first language.

And is the Grammar Nazi called "Grammer Nazi" just to make them point out that "grammar" is spelled with two "a" and not and "a" and an "e"? The Typo Police wants to know. (Same thing for "Grammer Elf".)
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