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I see there are edits to questions where the word "lego" are being changed to all caps: "LEGO".

Shouldn't there be a quick little note on the "Ask Question" page to capitalize the word LEGO?

Or do it automatically on every save?

Otherwise, I have a feeling every post is going to end up being edited unless the poster is a frequent visitor to the site. My two cents.

At the very least, correct the case in the question title window:

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I've made a few edits where I've replaced Lego with LEGO whilst trying to improve on the post by fixing other spelling/grammar edits or adding tags. I generally don't think capitalising LEGO in an edit is worth doing so unless there are other ways the post can be improved.

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  • The other moderator "Zhaph - Ben Duguid" does edit posts for just the capitalization. I don't have a problem with that, but there should probably be some helpful tip for posters to follow accepted best practices. That's all. – LarsTech Jan 5 '12 at 18:58
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    Yes, I'll admit one of the edits I made this afternoon were just capitalisations, in the other I changed "Lego" to "The LEGO Group", and in the last one I also added a tag. In general I'd also shy away from just capitalising them, but I was a little bored, it was nearly home time, and I was doing a little tidying ;) – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Jan 5 '12 at 20:45
  • I've been doing a few LEGO-only edits, for mostly the same reasons; but if I can improve the post as well when doing so, I have to agree it's better. – Joubarc Jan 6 '12 at 6:03

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