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The option will be a name change with a premium account plus 40 usd per name change.  it's been covered in one of the topics in the general discussion are I believe.

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1 hour ago, bigmoe Whitfield said:

it's been covered in one many of the topics in the general discussion area I believe.

Soon™

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typos. as always.
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3 hours ago, bigmoe Whitfield said:

The option will be a name change with a premium account plus 40 usd per name change.  it's been covered in one of the topics in the general discussion are I believe.

Do you know when this will be available?  I read in Jan or Feb 2020?

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9 minutes ago, chiaragirl11 said:

Do you know when this will be available?  I read in Jan or Feb 2020?

Absolutely nobody knows.  Hence, Soon™

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1 hour ago, Lindal Kidd said:

How do you get a superscript in this dang forum?

Use a Mac? (Seriously, using a Mac it's easy") - BUT the ™©℗℠ are all emojies that are one-click in macOS and I think available in "KeyMapper" app on Windows.

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On 2/12/2020 at 9:05 AM, Lindal Kidd said:

How do you get a superscript in this dang forum?

Some of them can be done on Windows using the Alt key combined with numbers.  Hold the Alt key and type 0153 to get the Trademark symbol:  ™

Registered is Alt and 0174:  ®     Copyright is Alt and 0169:  ©   

I've never seen the 'SM' before and can't find it on the chart - so either I'm just not seeing it or it is Mac specific.  

Also, the numbers must be entered using the Numeric Keypad - not the numbers at the top of the keyboard.  And the leading zero is required.

https://www.alt-codes.net/

 

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11 hours ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

I've never seen the 'SM' before and can't find it on the chart - so either I'm just not seeing it or it is Mac specific.

is "Service Mark", basically the "Trade Mark" of a service, rather than a product. The ℗ is "Publish Mark" - basically "Copyright" that applies to sound. (This is just some information for all readers, not an attempt to edify Littleme, who is a helluvalot smarter than she lets on. :) )

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