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Re: The Olde Style Translator
Posted By: wintermute, on host
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2001, at 01:40:57
In Reply To: The Olde Style Translator posted by Matthew on Monday, October 1, 2001, at 11:37:23:

> > No, that was at Ye Cobbed Corne. Yes, that was what it was called. We figured out the Way To Make Words Ren-Faire-ish... if there's any way to stick an e onto the end of the word, do so. If there's an i, change it into a y. So we saw stands for 'Colde Drynks'... 'Beades'... etc.
> >
> Well, I took the bait. See below for a public beta of the Old Style Translator thingy. I still need a title.
> Matthew

A "y" immediately following a consonant at the end of a word should become an "ie". Random "s"s should be changed to "f"s.

winter"For greater authenticity"mute

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