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Capitalize “possible” in the automatically inserted comments when you vote to close as a dupe

The auto comment that is inserted on the users behalf when voting to close as a duplicate starts with a lower case 'p'.

Perhaps this is being slightly pedantic, but it's the start of a sentence so should begin with an upper case letter.

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marked as duplicate by balpha Dec 1 '10 at 13:16

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

It wouldn't follow the rest of the feel of the site if they did that. For example:alt text

All of those items are in lower case. It appears the only things they keep in upper case are headings and buttons.

It appears Jeff Atwood agrees with me (although he wrote his response first), Cue the Downvotes!

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Those are not user input (nor posted on behalf of a user), so I guess different statistics apply? – Arjan Dec 1 '10 at 13:22

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