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Aw_Shucks says

You know that the change in lettering when spelling words determine different mathematical equations too, right? Or something like that. They are spelled different for justifiably good reasons.

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dtbaker Moderator says
the change in lettering when spelling words determine different mathematical equations

sounds interesting, but not sure I understand.

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Ivor Envato team says

In spanish is ‘color’ too but in english I write colour

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Australia says
In spanish is ‘color’ too but in english I write colour

Perhaps, but in “code” terms the Internet has adopted Americanisms.

Some funnys if html was localised would be:?

<br /> and the Aussies would have a smoko

What have you got ?

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Aw_Shucks says
Just because I’m always using background-color in css’s, i’ll stick to color!

When calculating with numerology while translating number values of letters in words.

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Final_Step says
I prefer “color”. It’s easier, shorter and sound natural

agree.. color.

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flashedge says

Latin languages use “color” as reference. Both are correct so far I know. It seems more french-like than english to me, and I hate that freaking language it’s soo complicated with all those breaking rules exceptions. :zipped:

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VF says

hehe, I wonder why sometimes “c” replaces “k” in English. Kolor!

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