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I've been in Rhode Island checking everything out. A local family friend was showing us where to go, where to avoid, how to avoid traffic, etc. earlier today. It's been fun. I report to NAVSTA Newport on the 22nd. I went to the Newport Creamery today, per your recommendation. Holy hell. I know where I'll be going back to. Every restaurant I've been to here has been amazing. I think I'm going to love it here. Hope all is well. Don't give up the ship! 01:37, July 21, 2014 (UTC)
Help on the German wiki requestedEdit
Gunny, there is a problem on the German wiki with the perk template. It's called Extra there. The game headers don't appear so there's a lot of data but no game visible where it refers to (they're using the game parameter instead of the games parameter. Can you find what causes it? They're using our templates (mostly). Jspoel 15:40, August 13, 2014 (UTC)
Ajax RC meets Image preloader and stops working Edit
Hi Gunny, perhaps you already noticed the problem on the main page with the thumbnails, not that it affects only that, no, apparently also the template for the survey, as far as I was watching it.
The pictures and the poll or template for this are, apparently, that the influenced by the AJAX RC script for automatic update of recent changes to the said phenomena occur, but I'm unsure as to whether it is true.
Now I had tested another script, which loads the thumbnails on the main page, so it will cause the images are loaded and displayed. Doing it even with varying functions, so even if you use other variables or functions, is probably script across all normal and should not do much more to the point, but it gets so seemingly in conflict with Ajax RC. Would it be possible both scripts to see times and to unite if necessary, so that this function also, but independently of the other executes without incurring the conflicts? I appoint you there as admin, so you can experiment with the global js file, where the scripts are located. Kind regards, Alessio79 (talk) 13:43, September 6, 2014 (UTC)
Templates for the Fallout Wiki PT Edit
Hi, Gunny! It's been a long while!
I'm coming here because I'm having trouble making the Games template work over on the Portuguese Fallout Wiki. We're revamping some articles, improving language and overall patterns, and I can't seem to make them work (I've tried importing the template and documentation from here over to the template page there, no luck). I put them on a certain page, then it doesn't even show up. Do you have any idea what problem would cause that?
- Thanks a lot, Gunny. It is really helpful, and it makes sense to me why I was doing everything wrong. :-)
- I've got some doubts though:
- I tried copying over the files, but it didn't work. Do I have to copy only the "Title icons" sections of the js and ccs pages, or the whole pages? Also: if I copy the whole pages, will there be any negative change in the inner workings of the wiki? And one last thing: when I access the template and abb pages, the list of icons for each game picture just shows the names of the files (FO2_icon.png, for example), and not the thumbnails themselves. Does that mean that I have to upload each and every icon to the wiki? Because I could swear that the wiki had all of them ready. --C'n-Frankie -ArroyoTalk 18:31, August 20, 2014 (UTC)
Hey, Gunny, you there? I need some assistance with .css coding, so could you come to the chat?10:24, August 26, 2014 (UTC)
Hey Gunny, I noticed that we do have the modified pop-up for new messages (like the one you got when I published this message). There is a MediaWiki page, but I assume there is a .css code that supports it. If it is, which one is it? 23:16, September 2, 2014 (UTC)
Could you come to the chat for a moment?20:32, September 22, 2014 (UTC)
There seems to be a bit of unrest over a detail at the Strategic Nuclear Moose, and I figure we should discuss it personally. The concern I am hearing is that you and perhaps a few others are not happy over the fact that we do not have a Nukapedia banner on our front-page. It needs to be understood, when taking this matter into account, that like most websites, we dedicate a single and very public page towards affiliate websites and communities. Our affiliation page is not hidden, it is not a sub-tab/page, and it is not a page that you have to hunt down. The link to it can be found on 98% of our pages, and is right there in our top-navigation bar, as a main-tab, which means the link to that page is essentially in all of our Patrons' faces when they access our site.
We are hesitant to add banners onto the front-page, because our website is strictly against advertisement of any sort, except through very well defined pages, so that our Patrons will not feel betrayed in that we are shoving external sources down their throats. If there is a solution or compromise that we can come to, then I am more than happy to discuss matters with the offended parties. However, please keep in mind that I still feel as if our affiliate main-page is more than fair, especially in light of the fact that our affiliate banner is located at the near the very bottom of the front-page here on Nukapedia. So those that come to Nukapedia, will only see our banner if they happen to visit the main-page, and then only if they scroll all the way to the bottom.
On our website, all affiliation information over Nukapedia can be located on every page except certain maintenance pages. Please let me know your thoughts on the matter, as I am hoping to put this matter behind us so that we may move on. Some Assembly Required! 00:21, September 25, 2014 (UTC)
Is the policy that the chat is being registered still in the chat box? It's not registered anymore so that can go, right? Jspoel 17:57, September 27, 2014 (UTC)
- Which page is it? Jspoel 22:58, September 27, 2014 (UTC)