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Capitals
Quickly change capitalization for blocks of text, converting between uppercase, lowercase, and small caps.
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Capitals is a utility allowing you to modify the capitalization of selected text. Support is provided for converting text to all uppercase, all lowercase, and title case, as well as converting from lowercase letters to small caps and vice versa.

Capitals is an open-source project. View code and submit issues at: https://github.com/burnnat/capitals
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A User of Capitals
January 10, 2020
Doesn't work anymore (01/10/2020). For a long time now (just tried it again and decided to come post about it), any time I try to use it, I get an error message that it hasn't been verified by Google yet and Google sign-in has been temporarily disabled for the app. I loved it when it worked, but it's currently defunct.
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A user of Capitals
February 21, 2020
Yeah due to change from Chrome Web Store to G-Suite Marketplace. ---> "Important: Google Editor add-ons are moving from the Chrome Web Store to the G Suite Marketplace. Note the following: "
A user of Capitals
February 5, 2020
Yup. I just tried to download it and got the same message. Nothing like making a good thing worse.
A User of Capitals
June 3, 2019
Very user friendly and works for me since I work with Times New Roman font. I haven't had any issues with any of the letters.
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A User of Capitals
March 18, 2018
Doesn't conform to the chosen font.
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A User of Capitals
November 10, 2017
Doesn't actually convert to smallcaps
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A User of Capitals
October 17, 2017
This add-on won't include the "s" in any word. I am forced to go back to the word, delete the checkbox that's in place of the "s", and type the "s" in. Please fix that as soon as possible. Thank you.
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A User of Capitals
October 14, 2017
Similar to other experiences: would love if this used the font being used and not a default. Different letters appear to be different sizes and even sometimes different fonts?
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A User of Capitals
July 18, 2017
Figured I would give it a try, but the reviewers are right. Small caps look like TNR. Definitely NOT the same font in use. Immediately uninstalled. Hopefully Google Docs will add proper small caps support at some point. This workaround is a joke... but not quite as big a joke as having to have a workaround. Thanks Google :P
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A User of Capitals
June 21, 2017
It did not work for me, in Windows 10 and the current version of Chrome. Whether I asked it to do small caps via font size or via Unicode, neither worked.
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A User of Capitals
May 1, 2017
Like usual "f" and "s" aren't working properly, recommend adding the ability to keep small caps on so as not to keep going over. For those who are having issues with the "f" and "s" you can manually do this though it is much harder.
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A User of Capitals
December 31, 2016
It would be great, but the letter S looks like Times New Roman.
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