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hey! quick reminder for multi-word - use CamelCase (ie. capitalizing the first letter of each word) to help screenreaders read them properly

I'd also like to thank some of our new artists for using image descriptions! If you need help remembering to do that and definitely want to, @PleaseCaption will remind you when your image descriptions are blank!

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If you're unsure of how to caption your image, try to give a condensed but still creative description!

Like, which of your OCs are in it? Is it a canon character? Is it a generic character? What are they doing, thinking, saying? Any certain mood or feeling to the art in general? Is it a simple sketch or a fully fleshed out illustration?

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@babbage out of curiosity, do underscores help the same way?

@violet From my knowledge tho screenreaders usually read out each symbol so like, underscores should be read too, which probably isn't helpful in this specific scenario

@babbage mmm, this would make c programmers lives hell if they require a screen reader :(

We hope it's not that. We'll make sure to camelcase on the chance that it's read that' way.

@babbage <needless pedantism>
What you're describing as "camel case" is actually PascalCase. Camel case doesn't capitalise the first letter.
#camelCase
#PascalCase
</needless pedantism>

@babbage This is actually PascalCase (not camelCase), but yeah 💪

@gaperst Already clarified in a previous reply, but thank you! I was just boosting since someone did out of the blue.

@babbage Yeah, thanks for your tip anyway, it's good to know :)

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