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I notice the red and green numbers in my watchlist. What is the suppose to mean? Is it suppose to be how much the article was edited?--Dark Paladin X 00:57, 1 August 2007 (UTC)

It means how many bytes were added or removed. Sir Starnestommy Icons-flag-us (TalkContribsCUNCapt.) 01:48, August 1, 2007
Which in english means yes, its an indication of how much the article was edited :) A green number means some was added to the article, the numbers mean as Starnestommy said, how many bytes were added. Red means how much was removed. ~ Dame Ceridwyn ~ talk DUN VoNSE arc2.0 01:51, 01 August 2007
And if the red is in BOLD and it isn't by an experienced user/sysop, It's most likely vandalism. --Lt. High Gen. Grue The Few The Proud, The Marines 01:53, 1 August 2007 (UTC)
If the number is black, the edit in question was made by a user who isn't talking to you. Yes, it indicates the silent treatment. You know what you did. Even if you don't, you're sleeping on the couch. And, no, you aren't getting any tonight. Sir Modusoperandi Boinc! 02:45, 1 August 2007 (UTC)
Thats ok I have a headache anyway. ~ Dame Ceridwyn ~ talk DUN VoNSE arc2.0 01:09, 07 August 2007
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