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"Please login to comment" bug

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The bug is in the title. "login" is a noun, not a verb, so the string should be "Please log in to comment". I'll see if i can find further instances in the current version and append them here if i find them. The above error is in the following files:

wpdiscuz/readme.txt
wpdiscuz/options/phrases-layouts/phrases-general.php
wpdiscuz/options/class.WpdiscuzOptions.php
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-uk.mo
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-fr_FR.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-uk.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-zh_CN.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-de_DE.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-eo.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-nl_NL.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-it_IT.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-hy.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz.pot
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-ar.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-ru_RU.mo
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-fa_IR.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-ru_RU.po
wpdiscuz/languages/wpdiscuz-pt_BR.po

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Asti
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Hi g00se,

In 90% cases this word is used as a label of authorization buttons. This is out of all grammar rules, this is the IT world, so just go through all website and see how it's used in most cases:

as you can see only one 5-10% cases it's used as [log in], in 90% cases it's used as [Login]
 
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