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So... I read the discussion and finally got that LT is liquid thread.... I'll keep reading...

Reflecting (talk)11:14, 21 October 2007

It gets confusing when there are two acronyms used for the same word. Can we come up with one acronym for LiquidThread? Is it LQT or LT?

Ptauriki (talk)22:44, 19 October 2007

I hereby declare it to be LQT. :-)

Eloquence (talk)22:44, 19 October 2007

LT or LQT, whatever, please introduce the acronym(s)in the WikiEducator Tutorial number 8. rz akinkanju

Zachmann (talk)00:35, 8 February 2008

I suggest a glossary of acronyms and their meanings.. Chris Babowal

Babceo (talk)12:22, 6 December 2008

that could be your resource chris! ta, kelly

Kiwispouse (talk)20:58, 5 September 2009

Well done! <smile> - we've really got to try harder not to speak with acronyms.

Sorry about that.

Mackiwg (talk)09:39, 20 October 2007

Right! The same happened to me. I was wondering all the time what "LT" was till I came to this post. Finally I could find out it stands for "Liquid Thread". I had read about it somewhere before but I couldn't associate right away.

It seems that WikiEducator's discussion forum was not as good as it is now with LT. I must say I found it a bit confusing but once you get used to it, you'll find it easy to grasp. At first, it was not very clear to me who the author of the post was.

Joao (talk)11:14, 21 October 2007

Hi Joao,

Following your comment related with the usability of "LT", I found the use of different colours a little bit confusing.

Mbjohnson (talk)17:11, 6 June 2008