This site has a warning about all-uppercase posts, which works for both question titles and post bodies. The problem is that on the body of a post it is triggered prematurely, even by the first character (which is naturally in uppercase).

To reproduce:

  1. Enter an uppercase letter in the body of a question or answer.
  2. Look, a squirrel! (or a chat ping in another tab, or another distraction)
  3. As soon as editor's window loses focus, I get yelled at:


Suggested solution: in the body field match only all-uppercase strings of length 30 or more. Shorter posts cannot be submitted anyway.


Ok - this check now only fires if at least 30 all-uppercase characters are entered for a post body, 15 for a post title.


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