Bug in the Transform Text - Title Case Function

Discussion in 'Parallels Toolbox Feature Suggestions' started by HirsuteJim, Sep 1, 2021.

  1. HirsuteJim

    HirsuteJim Bit Poster

    I believe this to be a bug, however, if it is not a bug then I would like this feature added to the Transform Text utility within Parallels Toolbox for Mac Version 5.0.1 (4027).

    My Source Text: FIRST M. LAST and FIRST M. LAST
    My Desired Result/Output: First M. Last and First M. Last
    The result/output using the "Capitalized Case" function: First M. Last And First M. Last (The letter 'A' should NOT be capitalized)
    The result/output using the "Title Case (English only)" function: FIRST M. LAST and FIRST M LAST (The first and last names should not be all caps)
    I think that you may have a bug in your Title Case function as I don't think that leaving source words in All Caps is part of the "Title Case" definition. See this link for the official APA style for Title Case https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/capitalization/title-case
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  2. sergk

    sergk Parallels Developers


    thank you for feedback about Transform Text tool. We will consider your suggestion about Capitalized Case and Title Case transformations.

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