Capitalizing the pronoun, Chambers explains, made it more distinct, thus “avoiding misreading handwritten manuscripts.” In some sans serif typefaces, the uppercase letter I, 'I' may be difficult to distinguish from the lowercase letter L, 'l', the vertical bar character '|', or the digit one '1'.
In serifed typefaces, the capital form of the letter has both a baseline and a cap-height serif, while the lowercase L generally has a hooked ascender and a baseline serif.
After the heist up in North Yankton, Michael changes his last name from "Townley" to "De Santa", as is known.
This may be a (not so) subtle homage to that infamous villain from Red Dead Redemption. Marston can be found in Franklin's bookshelf in his house in the hills.
The uppercase I does not have a dot (tittle) while the lowercase i has one in most Latin-derived alphabets.
However, some schemes, such as the Turkish alphabet, have two kinds of I: dotted (İi) and dotless (Iı).
", just like Wayne and Garth when meeting one of their idols.
In-game website "You remember sitting in front of the TV as a kid - watching a magical world where every kind of problem was solved within an hour.
For the similar letter in the Cyrillic alphabet, see palochka. and this use persists in the languages that descended from Latin.The uppercase I has two kinds of shapes, with serifs () and without serifs ().Usually these are considered equivalent, but they are distinguished in some extended Latin alphabet systems, such as the 1978 version of the African reference alphabet.There are locations in GTA V called "Cholla Springs Ave" and "Armadillo Ave" that can be found in Trevor's town of Sandy Shores, an obvious reference to Red Dead Redemption's Armadillo Town and the surrounding region of Cholla Springs. Gordo is also a reference to one of Red Dead Redemption's legendary animals: Gordo the Boar.There is also a farm South of the penitentiary which looks exactly like John Marston's farm in RDR.