I am just reminding you about the standards of SOME of your editing. I am very thankful that you do lots of edits and keep up to date with the pages, but with some of your edits you have misspelled words, unavailable tags/links, and grammar errors. I am not getting up you, but I am just notifying you to preview your edits before you finish. Thankyou for the work you have done on this wiki! (:
I think the misspelling of words is because I live in America and spell some words differently. I also type fast and may make some mistakes in grammar. I will now enable Grammarly on this wiki (a grammar correcting program that I disabled since it was getting annoyed by the CoC terms). I hope this improves my edits!
You do not have to delete images that give additional information. If you think that they take up too much space — reduce their size.
Moreover, you should not rely solely on your opinion on the issue of information in the article (it should be discussed)
I also would like to warn you that you should not use a visual editor, again, Zazme has already told you and not only him. Even saving the article in this mode you can disrupt the structure of the page. Unfortunately, this mode is broken.
Even if you save changes in this mode Billy, you will format the source code, replacing it with wikitext. This happens automatically without your knowledge. I understand that it may be hard for you to use the source code if you are using a smartphone. But it will be better if you are totally abstain from it... We do not say this simply if there was no reason for it.
And thanks for the edits that you make, but please, consult at least with Magma, if you are not sure that it will be correct. The fandom resources allow this.
I suggest you download the "Discord". It is available for tablets and smartphones. So you can contact any of the staff members.
I am using the new visual editor and the new source editor, which only lets you save changes on the visual editor. The last edit, I somehow got to the old visual editor and used the source mode. The one that has a "Publish" button instead of the "Save Changes" button. Then, when I checked, it did not say that I was using source editor. So I am confused as to how to access that editor (I did it when writing an edit summary while not highlighting the text box).
Be careful then. This is your business Billy, I said all that I wanted about this. I'm not going force you to abandon the usual editing methods. It's just how it works and I advised you how it will be better. I do not have this right and the topic of discussion is not at all about this. =) I hope you will think.
I suggest using source mode for all editing. Even if you may not like it, start forcing yourself to do so and you'll get used to it. Change settings to automatically do source code when you click edit, it'll help in the long run.
Hello BillyJoeTheThird, I can see the you still are editing via VisualEditor and I told you to change your preferences, the reason we don't use VisualEditor because it breaks code and structural pages, if you don't know how to please reply to me so I could guide you.
Yeah, try not to support any of that. I have access to all of that info, so when time comes I myself can insert it. Don't support any leaked stuff. Both because it's against Supercell rules, and its most likely false info some times.
The images for levels 6-8 are added by someone else because I didn't add any images, I only added the description for the "upgrade differences" because I didn't know that the star lab only went to level 5 at that time.
I usually only edit the source to add the gray lines or add special things such as polls or tabs (which I only use in my home page). I also don't know everything in the source code such as how many apostrophies for italicize, bold, underline, etc. I will try to use as much source code as I can.
Zazme Yakuza wrote:
But technically wikia-wide everybody uses source editor for everything since it is more open and customizeable
Yes, there is no real reason not to edit in source mode. Between using browser functions like cntrl-f and the unedited page in another tab, it just takes a bit of getting used to. Easy to navigate and compare with some experience.
I know what a disambiguation is, but I still think the page should be deleted because the cloak ability is exclusive to sneaky archers as the archer queen has the "Royal Cloak" ability which is different. It's like how we don't call Sneaky Archers as Archers, you can't conbine two abilities with different names into one page. There is no page called "Archer (Disambiguation)" or "Barbarian (Disambiguation)", and though there is no original page called Cloak, it still wouldn't be reasonable to only add one and makes the wiki unorderly.
Disambiguation is largely for people searching something without remembering the exact name. Such as "cloak" without remembering "royal cloak". It is probably one of the most famous abilities in CoC so a disambiguation is appropriate.
There were pages called "title" (disambiguation) for a short time, it was scratched for a more unconventional approach.
Unfortunately the unconventional approach has brought about what you are saying. Normally, the disambiguation page would be just a link hub to various pages.
The fact that it is a page itself is concerning, however, Brady wants to go unconventional. It can always be fixed (or deleted) later if it becomes a huge problem.
I do agree with you on the likely-hood of some more complex subject becoming unorderly fast. It is concerning but I would like to see what happens first, before finalizing an opinion.
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