FANDOM

Thanks for the link, it's more of a verification thing, to make sure they didn't mess any of the weapons up. The page is just temporary and will be merged into the regular Loot page in a week or two once it's mostly complete. --Tlosk  talk  contr 20:30, 24 February 2012 (PST)

Wikia

Because we publish under an open license, there's nothing we can do to force Wikia to shut down their version if they don't want to, we've asked them several times in a couple of ways and basically it makes them money so they refuse. We go back and forth with them in search listings but one big advantage they have is they're such a large wiki farm that they have a lot of ingoing links that count towards SEO even though they are unrelated to their AC wiki. The best thing we can do is just remind people in /cg and on the forums whenever it comes up that they should use the current site. Not ideal but not much we can do about it. --Tlosk  talk  contr 07:55, 2 March 2012 (EST)

That's lame... Oh well. Is it possible to put a link on the front page of it to tell people about the new site, or even better, right in the header of the page? --Atarax 03:10, 3 March 2012 (EST)

Contracts

Hey, Atarax. Just so you know, I added the contracts parameter to the quest template a while back so you can just list the contracts there now to keep the guides tidier. I thought they should be listed in the summary table as they are the standard for quest tracking now aren't they. --Arkalor 06:33, 13 April 2012 (EST)

Very cool thx. I'll use that! --Atarax 06:37, 13 April 2012 (EST)

Item Table

I checked a couple pages that use {{Item Table}} and they seemed to be working ok, do you have a link to a specific page where the icons are off? --Tlosk  talk  contr 08:49, 18 August 2012 (EST)

Appears ok in Firefox, probably a rendering issue with Chrome, I will dig into it and see if I can come up with a solution. --Tlosk  talk  contr 15:36, 18 August 2012 (EST)

File Names

That would be true of any version of windows, file names have some characters that are restricted and are reserved for system use (/\:?"<>|). You'll get an error message if you try to rename a file using one of these in an explorer window, WST should give you an error message but I just didn't code one in (adding all possible error messages isn't trivial and so instead of having the program crash on unhandled exceptions and lose any work in progress I just have it fail at the task at hand and continue). Now because the wiki server is linux based it is possible to have files with for example : or ? in the name, and there's a rename box when uploading files that allow you to change the name from the actual file name, but I'd recommend avoiding it if at all possible, it makes it more difficult when backing up the files to a non Linux system. --Tlosk  talk  contr 11:10, 15 September 2012 (EST)

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