hello,I have read your mail, and I perfer the second scenario,that would be better because of it's convenient.Besides，I think it can Prompted by the historical record as a small tips. Yours, Sue ------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------发件人: "hilhorst"<firstname.lastname@example.org>;发送时间: 2010年9月19日(星期天) 凌晨4:34收件人: "Sue.Design"<Sue.Design@live.cn>; 主题: [IxDA] Capitalization in username We're currently having a debate around capitalization in usernames (not display names).
1) Capitalization is allowed and consistent across the interface, if you sign up with capitalization in the username, you will be required to use that same capitalization when signing in, e.g. if your username is "John", you will have to use "John" when signing in, "john" will not work.
2) Capitalization is allowed when signing up, but is not enforced when signing in, e.g. if your username is "John", you can login using either "john" or "John".
Which of these scenarios is preferable? Any best practices or heuristics?
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