Talk:Alpins method of astigmatism analysis

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Is It Possible to Change the Capitalization in a Level 1 Title?[edit]

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Most sources appear to refer to "the Alpins Method" with capital letters for both "Alpins" and "Method." The current title of entry (level 1) uses a lowercase "m" on "method." Is it possible to uppercase the M to reflect popular usage? Thanks for your consideration and feedback.

Kcroes (talk) 17:47, 3 July 2013 (UTC)

What you're looking for is a page move. That said, I just checke quite a few of the article's sources, and all of those that used the term "Alpins method" at all used a lowercase "m". See for example [1] or [2]. Thus I wouldn't actually move this page unless there are more sources using the other capitalization that I all missed. Huon (talk) 18:22, 3 July 2013 (UTC)