User talk:DavefaceFMS

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edit Template

I see you used my template? You could have just typed in this: {{User mosh}} and it would have worked fine. SadisticWolf 11:51, July 23, 2010 (UTC)

Sorry n00b ahoy here. cheers for the heads up though. DavefaceFMSScottsigFlag 09:06, July 28, 2010 (GMT)

edit Review

I reviewed your article here. By the way, I use that template too! --Some Idiot Image002 10:01, July 28, 2010 (UTC)

I was just looking at it, thanks a lot that's one hell of a review.. yeah I may have seen it on your page :P DavefaceFMS ScottsigFlag 10:07, July 28, 2010 (GMT)
Holy! I told you to expand your introduction, but - whoah! Overkill. But if you are planning to make a very long article I suppose it won't look out of place. --Some Idiot Image002 08:39, July 29, 2010 (UTC)
Yeah didn't have much to do at work yesterday heh I am planning on making it long it's just a case of finding the momentum to get it writen.
DavefaceFMS ScottsigFlag 08:50, July 29, 2010 (GMT)

edit Your article

I moved it to here as the construction tag you had placed on it had expired. Let me know if you have any questions regarding this. -- ChiefjusticePS2 06:01, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

edit Reviewed!

I reviewed Nairn here. --Some_idiot.png 10:42, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

edit Hey...

Are you coming back? --Some_idiot.png 08:17, August 29, 2010 (UTC)

edit Nairn

I like the work you're doing there. I hope you don't mind the few edits I've done - just different ways of wiki-coding mainly.                               Puppy's talk page11:18 16 Jul

Thank you and no worries at all dude that's the whole reason Uncyclopedia is so awesome.
DavefaceFMS ScottsigFlag00:42, July 18, 2012 (GMT)

edit Excuse me being nosey but...

I was having a look at Wikihell earlier, and noticed some odd wiki-fu. The kind of thing in question was like this:

These pages are frequently viewed as act of [[Wikiterrorism]] perpetrated by sufferers of <span title="Wikipoleonic_Complex
  (ctrl-click)" id="wikEdLinkify11">[[Wikipoleonic Complex]] and other assorted sociopathic traits.

Now I'm assuming this has been done partially using some kind of wiki editing software. I've never used anything like that myself, but this causes a minor issue or two. Ignoring a bundle of jargon, that <span title... ify11"> doesn't do much. All it sets up is that the text after it should have a tooltip (information that pops up when you hover) showing the name of the link. I haven't been able to check, as they don't work in my phone anyway, but I'm assuming the tooltip won't work on the link, as that has it's own inbuilt tooltip which would take precedence (I think), but it will come up on the text following the link - probably to the end of the paragraph. In short, it doesn't do what I'm assuming you wanted it to, and because of open tags, may cause other issues.

Highlight the letters in my signature if you want to see what I mean by tooltip, or this sentence.

The other thing is I'm having trouble following the article itself. The concept seems a little too in-jokey, given it's about wiki politics - mainly Wikipedia - and it's not clearly explained at the start. I'm assuming you have an overall concept on this. I'm more than happy to give a hand - I can write a bit as well as code - but I have to admit I'm a little lost. In a nutshell, what are you trying to do with this one? (And don't be afraid to admit it's on backburner, if it is. I personally have made more false starts on articles than I have made starts.)                               Puppy's talk page12:59 18 Jul

Hmm.. that is some very odd coding indeed. I don't use any assistance software, never have so I don't know what I was on that day. I've not been on here since 2010 and that was the last time I looked at the page. Not sure yet if I'm going to go back to that one but it has stuck around for two years so maybe.
DavefaceFMS ScottsigFlag 14:17, July 18, 2012 (GMT)

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