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Do you edit your review submissions just to correct typos?

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Yes, I'm anal about it 38% 15 Votes
Yes, fairly often 36% 14 Votes
Yes, but infrequently 13% 5 Votes
No 3% 1 Votes
Other 10% 4 Votes

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39 Votes Total

Nov 4, 2012

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oldfizzywig (8) Nice to see that 100% of poll respondees chose the same answer that I did.

Oh wait, look, I am the only one who took the poll :(

11-04-12  12:15am

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hodayathink (18) REPLY TO #1 - oldfizzywig :

Well, 3 votes and it's still 100%.

Seriously, I actually read my review at least 3-4 times before I submit it (and I usually type it in a word processor before I put it here), but I still always find typos that I need to correct. Which is why I've asked for a preview button, because somehow reading it on the page always lets me find one or two of them that I've missed.

11-04-12  01:47am

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RustyJ (145) Always if I notice any. It's not much extra work for me and I hate typos.
11-04-12  01:59am

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pinkerton (41) It depends on whether the correction will clarify or correct anything in my review
11-04-12  01:39am

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #1 - oldfizzywig :

I love it when I'm the first to respond. That way, as you said, I'm not only in the majority, I am the majority.
11-04-12  02:45am

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lk2fireone (196) I think I've found typos in every review I've ever done. At one time, my typing skills were much better than they are today.
11-04-12  02:48am

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Capn (28) Fairly often.

Usually though I have thought of something extra I wanted to put in the post too.

Cap'n. :0)

11-04-12  03:23am

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rearadmiral (388) Not to come across as being too anal (pun not intended...) but I write reviews in MS Word and copy them into the PU review page. I do that because it takes me days to write a review but that also means it gets edited many times before it gets posted so by that time any typos should have been caught by either me or spell-check.
11-04-12  04:14am

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tangub (155) I have done on a couple of occasions but I do the same as rearadmiral and prepare my reviews in MS Word so any typos usually get highlighted and fixed before I post it.
11-04-12  04:35am

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marcdc1 (174) I re-red before submitting, but as many of you know I still have things slip by me. When I notice it (or one of you is kind enough to point something out to me). I correct it as quick as I can.
11-04-12  06:17am

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Toadsith (48) Not that I've posted a review recently, but my method was to write the review in Word and edit it there so I wouldn't have to edit on the site for typos. However, occasionally a few would slip through and I'd still have to edit the review directly on the site. I absolutely loath typos.
11-04-12  06:26am

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Claypaws (44)
I also use MS Word. I am highly anal about typos, punctuation and grammar. It is not possible to rely on Word alone. It will permit mistakes and object to things which are actually correct.
11-04-12  08:36am

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Cybertoad (Disabled) Yep, I tend to write more often early am or later pm and tired eyes types less efficient :-)
11-04-12  09:04am

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messmer (137) I am super anal about it. I sometimes go back four, five times just to correct small errors in grammar or spelling..
11-04-12  10:02am

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TheSquirrel (53) Completely anal, but I still miss some.
11-04-12  10:17am

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oldfizzywig (8) REPLY TO #2 - hodayathink :

Yes! I too use a word processor for my initial building of a review. It usually takes me 3 or 4 days to write everything, even though they are short reviews. I need to think about what I want to say, and then I need to remember more before I post.
But I always find that I need to edit my thoughts all the way to the final point of posting.

11-04-12  10:22am

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pat362 (375) If I see a typo than I have to correct it.
11-04-12  01:17pm

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Drooler (220) I guess it's anal to edit only to correct typos, but not to ask about it by making it a poll question.


11-04-12  03:58pm

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BadMrFrosty (56) Yes, I'm quite the perfectionist in everything from reviews to emails and even SMS's. Nothing irks me more than to receive a SMS in text speak or a email with poor spelling and grammar.
11-05-12  12:04am

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jberryl69 (Disabled) REPLY TO #17 - pat362 :

"If I see a typo than I have to correct it."

Too funny Pat!

11-05-12  06:57am

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hodayathink (18) REPLY TO #11 - Toadsith :

Word does a good job with basic spelling and grammar typos, but I always find at least a couple times where I type in a word that may be grammatically correct, but was not the word I meant to say in that place at all. Which is why even with that I have to read my reviews three or four times, and at least once a day or two after I originally wrote it.
11-05-12  10:16am

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gaypornolover (38) Yes, all the time. I cannot bear to leave errors!
11-05-12  07:47pm

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slutty (111) For some reason I never notice typos until I post it, even if I write it in a Word processor first. I always try to fix it.
11-05-12  08:31pm

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