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I have a doubt about "doubt" in doubt titles

When I started about an hour ago, a search for is:question title:doubt gave 25 questions. I (have tried to) fixed these.
Klaus-Dieter Warzecha's user avatar
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Should Titles Be Capitalized?

As far as I can tell, there are no regulations in place, either on Chem.SE or on the SE network in general. However, the use of sentence case seems to be strongly preferred. Hence, Is there a ...
orthocresol's user avatar
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Capitalization of titles starting with chemical name with noncapitalizable prefix

I am an advocate for the title being an actual question, that would circumvent the capitalisation issue completely. I think the examples you brought up use oddly specific terms, while being very ...
Martin - マーチン's user avatar
7 votes

Should Titles Be Capitalized?

The difference you are referring to is the difference between sentence case (upper and lowercase letters as in any sentence) and title case (casing as it would only ever appear in titles). You do say ...
Jan's user avatar
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Should Titles Be Capitalized?

My two cents: If the title is a full grammatical sentence (usually a question), I prefer the use of sentence case: Why does this alkene addition reaction lead to a racemized mixture of products? ...
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I have a doubt about "doubt" in doubt titles

I've cleaned up a more recent question full of all that aforementioned doubt. I'll keep an eye out for other potential buzzwords and I'll occasionally look for this buzzword. I doubt the community ...
Melanie Shebel's user avatar
4 votes

I have a doubt about "doubt" in doubt titles

Just a note: I found and cleaned up seven "doubt" questions today. They were mostly unanswered, bad homework type. Interestingly, they were very old. That probably means our community hasn't ...
Gaurang Tandon's user avatar
4 votes

Houston, we have a "Problem" in question titles

It looks like the "problem" has grown since this request was first posted to meta. I'm working through some of these, especially some of the "richer" questions that better contribute to the site (and ...
Melanie Shebel's user avatar

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