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Frequency of occurrence: 100% on non-capitalized words
Exceptions: Works normally when the Shift key is pressed and held for capitalization
Steps: Highlight any amount of text, type replacement text. Result: The first character typed deletes the old text as expected but the character does not appear. For example, if you highlight "first" and type "third" in its place you'll get "hird". Every #*^ing time. Ahem. Sorry...
Workaround: Either delete the highlighted text before typing the replacement text or hit the first character of the replacement text twice. So instead of typing "third" you'd type "t third".Anonymous supported this idea ·