User talk:Xewleer

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Stat Blocks

Check out Template:Stats/doc for how to make an Erfworldy stat block for your userpage. Enjoy! --> ERK!|eyeBook me 21:38, 9 May 2009 (UTC)


I have to apologize for taking the liberty to redirect the page you created (Weiner-Rammers) to an already existing one (Wiener-Rammer). (The text you entered is still there, click edit to see it.) By the way, thank you for drawing my attention to the article. It turned out that whoever initially created the article Weiner-Rammer made a mistake - it is Wiener-RammerErf-b1-p126Same-site.PNG. So I moved Weiner-Rammer to Wiener-Rammer. I think we did a good thing together! :) -- Muzzafar 19:58, 10 May 2009 (UTC)

Automated Signature

You know you can sign your posts, do you? Just add ~~~~ in the end. -- Muzzafar 05:37, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

okay... Nothing is wrong with perfectly symmetrical violence. 07:33, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

Nothing is wrong with perfectly symmetrical violence. 07:34, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

Panel by Panel and Page Annotation issues

Two words: Custom Namespaces. If we want this sub-project, but want to make sure it doesn't interfere as much with the rest of the wiki, we could toss it all into a custom namespace. That would keep the Random Page link from finding them as it only grabs pages in the primary namespace which is why you don't get user pages or user-talk pages. However, this takes someone with access to the PHP configuration files to add. It's not just something we can randomly do as wiki users. If we do this, we should probably also add a Fandom namespace as well. Again, for organizational reasons. --Ichthus 06:09, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

From what I can tell, that's about the only way to do it. There are special codes in the help files which cause non-default behavior, but none of them can make the random page thing ignore a page. You can change the title, make the TOC disappear, write everything in reverse, but the random page thing will just nab everything in the primary namespace regardless of any of those. --Ichthus 06:17, 16 May 2009 (UTC)