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On Jan 21, 8:49am, CDTobie@aol.com wrote: > What clinches this as a spelling issue is that when you add an ending to > "mat" such as "matted" or "matting" it gets two "t"s... to avoid becoming > "mated" or "mating" which clearly have different meanings... so there is no > distinction between having "matted" an image with "mat" board, or having > "matted" it with "matte" spray... No problem or confusion would exist if people would resist falling into the pit of iniquity labelled "making a verb out of an adjective". :-) > > Doesn't it just make you mat as Hell... or is that matte as Hell? It's only my sense of humour which prevents my AR side from postalizing :-) Rich PS I lurk here a lot and I want to thank everyone for a whole bunch of very useful information. I have improved my prints from my 1200 to the point where they are quite acceptable and I have learned that refilling cartridges for the 1200 is not something to do until I *have* to. :-) - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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