Post by Neo Lady Serenity on Dec 9, 2009 16:55:32 GMT -5
I hate it when people think your fic has to be perfect before you did a good enough job. Some people like to find a mistake with every little word in your story. I mean come on! No one's perfect. And some of those things you know it's wrong but that's how you type. Like I even had someone tell me I spell Pokemon wrong just cause I don't type out the e with the dash over it. As long as the e is there I don't see as though it matters if it has a dash or not. People like that are just so plain picky! I hate people like that! Let this be a lesson to you people, if you can't say something nice don't say anything at all.
I know what you mean. I have read some stories with many errors but sometimes if the errors are a little obvious, like they did not use spell checker or proof read their story first...then you know they didn't do it.
But yeah what's the big deal if you go Poke-mon or Pokemon, InuYasha or Inuyasha, ThunderCats or Thundercats, She-Ra/He-Man or She-ra/He-man? It's pretty freaking stupid to argue over something so trival.
Post by Neo Lady Serenity on Jan 4, 2010 2:58:12 GMT -5
Yea, I made a well, known mistake on my Labyrinth fic. I thought I had put,'Locker' when what I really put was,'Locket'. Duh! I didn't need that mistake pointed out to me. I'm sure I would notice it pretty soon myself. So, I pressed the T key instead at the end by mistake. Big deal!
That happens...sometimes I have put 'he' instead of 'she' or the other way around 'she' instead of 'he' and something like that can easily be missed, especially if your mind is referring to it another way and eyes skip past it. That's what my problem is. My mind runs faster than my fingers do.
I never look at the keyboard. I look at what I type but sometimes I miss letters, words etc. I type over 70 words per minute and I don't look at the keyboard and I use all 8 fingers and my left thumb for the space bar
Post by Neo Lady Serenity on Jan 4, 2010 11:54:54 GMT -5
I type using just 1 finger for every key. Well almost. I use the finger on my left hand next to my thump for the letters and numbers and my middle finger on my right hand for Shift and Enter and everything on the right side of the keyboard.