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phero abbreviations
11-09-2009 12:53 AM

Hey folks, just realized that we have a word replacement module, which can replace abbreviated phero names with the full name replacements.

So on that note, we have added most of the abbreviations you are used to using, such as the ones for: Androstenone, Androstanone, Androsterone, Alpha Androstenol, Beta Androstenol, Alpha Androstenol, IO, IH, Instant Female Magic , and Turn Up The Heat.

We couldn't make EST work though, as it was overriding the EST in Methoxyestratetraenone .

We also couldn't add None because that's actually a word in itself, nor could we do IS, because then everytime you tried to write something like "that's just the way it is", it would have substituted the is with Instant Shine.

But hey, at least we got some of them working, right? And, hopefully it'll make your lives just a little easier. [Image: 21.gif]

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11-09-2009 5:29 AM

Thanks! Big Grin

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11-10-2009 1:25 PM

How about ~none instead of none??[Image: 25.gif]

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11-10-2009 3:48 PM

How about just putting an E in front of none, an an A for Androstenone?

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11-10-2009 4:59 PM

testing Androstenone Androstanone Alpha Androstenol Beta Androstenol Androsterone

EDIT coolio, that was e n o n e , a n o n e , a n o l , b n o l , r o n e

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11-10-2009 5:37 PM

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