Summary: User notes for the CaseCorrection recipe.
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  • (+) A useful recipe, I hope PmWiki to become less case sensitive in time, as it is unintuitive for naive users simon February 01, 2010, at 03:33 PM
  • (+) Not a « must have » but a « convenient to have ». gb September 01, 2010, at 12:38 AM
  • (+) To make CaseCorrection work I had to change:
    $fn = MakePageName($DefaultPage,$um[1].'.'.@$um[2]);
    if(isset($um[2])) $fn = MakePageName($DefaultPage,$um[1].'.'.@$um[2]);
    else $fn = MakePageName($DefaultPage,$um[1]);
    David Pilling (
  • (+) 2017 version appears to work well. sroracle? July 14, 2017, at 10:55 PM
  • I was unable to test this. I could not add the code to my Site.PageNotFound page, even though I was logging in with my Admin password. I could add ordinary text, but as soon as I tried to add (:case-correction:) it would generate an error message. - DBMurray

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