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View Poll Results: Which method do you prefer for dealing with repeat letter usage?
Automatic Replacement (option 1) 32 25.40%
Visual Indication (option 2) 37 29.37%
Leave it the Heck Alone! (as-is) 57 45.24%
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:00 PM
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i still don't see the harm. especially when it's never been officially "wrapped up" or closed by admin. i haven't noticed that he has ever indicated whether or not he is still pondering this issue, or that he has closed the discussion (which i'm sure he can do if he desires), so additional input isn't hurting anything.
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Old 06-05-2014, 01:44 PM
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I'm with those who say leave things as they are. I believe this can help a person become a more skilled player.

I don't need training wheels all the time.
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