Bailey wrote:I mean it, all caps are spidery and hard to read, I squint, I get a headache, Stargzer always wants to look like the good guy. so be it I am the bad guy,
. . . and this place will turn into the empty hall the yourdictionary site is. . . .
Good guy? Don't go spoiling my reputation! I wear a black cowboy hat! (except during the summer when it's too hot. Those in the know should be able to guess the brand. )
Besides, I hardly think this place will disappear over a little thing like capital punishment.
I probably wouldn't have thought of using TextPad in this situation (since I'm not faced with the problem), but I opened it up and did a help search for changing case. It turns out you can select your text, then change it to all upper case, all lower case, all initial caps, or sentence case (only the first word of the sentence capitalized). The cool thing about sentence case is that it capitalizes a lone lower case "i" to the proper upper case "I."
I seem to recall that the only time you get a nag window is when you go to save a file. In this application, you could just use it to edit and convert case and then do a cut-and-paste, all without saving anything.