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  • I gotta tell you the merge proposals for Bandana Dee, Pichu and PAC-MAN were never actually approved (technically speaking) and you acted as if that had happened. If you supported the proposals you should have casted a vote on their respective talk pages. For this time I'm gonna pass it, and the pages will be finally merged, as that's a discussion I don't want to bring back, but don't ever do that again, please. Moreover, the former pages become redirections, that's the first thing you should do, not mark them for deletion.

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  • Since we aren't including lose in the misc section do you think certain characters that don't clap for the winner will have a trivia like '(insert character) and ..... are the only ones that don't clap for the winner'

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    • We could put that into the trivia. I believe the characters that don’t clap for the winner are Naruto, Sandbag, Pichu, Jigglypuff, and Bandana Dee.

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    • Since its alright then maybe I'll get to it.

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  • I've noticed some of your recent Final Smash screenshots have a black background on certain stages, this means you're taking screenshots in a lower quality setting. Remember screenshots must always have the most optimal quality so I will ask you to re-upload them under maximum settings, please.

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  • You don't seem to be understanding that you must never blank pages for deletion, and even worse, you must never rename the article requesting a deletion. Are you aware what you just did? By renaming "Shoryūken" to "Delete this page", you turned the latter into a redirection, that means there are now two pages to delete, not one. Also, why didn't you consider turning "Shoryūken" into a redirection for the actual Shoryuken page? This is the second time, commit a third one and I'll be in the need of temporarily blocking you (as that act will be regarded as spam, even if it was unintentional, but carries the same problems).

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    • I’m sorry. I won’t do another one, I swear. Please forgive me.

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    • I'm always assuming good faith on your editions, but certainly unintentional spam is something we need to avoid. Good for you it wasn't vandalism or you'd be a goner for sure (because unintentional vandalism doesn't exist).

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    • Thanks for having faith in me.

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  • Slow down a little. The info you typed in AWB seems to be mistaken. Check the character archetypes page.

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  • Advice templates have been updated so you can specify whether the whole article or just a section requires them. You recently added some {{Image}} codes under gallery sections but you forgot to add this functionality: {{Image|section=yes}}. This is required to replace the default word, "article", with "section". Most of these templates have this functionality, check the usage section from each one.

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  • If you wish to have a page deleted, remember you have to mark it for deletion or directly tell an admin to do it. For the sake of the wiki, never blank pages, that actually does no good as the page is still there even if there's no content on it. Please, be aware of this.

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  • Tell me a question, please. I do or edit what in McleodGaming fandom?

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  • OK, let's make clear this situation regarding the spacing with templates and linking to demo subpages. First of all, you need to realize if the space is actually required, we don't normally space between templates on top of pages because that space becomes way to obvious, for instance, when you separated an about tag from an infobox, the spacing was way too much that didn't look aesthetically good. Templates on the top don't require this type of spacing. The ironic turn is that bottom templates like stub marks or navboxes may actually require a spacing. Now let's center our attention to the way you've been linking demo subpages, a tendency you have had since you arrived. As with all the links found within a page, you may only link once (two is the minimum but not mandatory); for example, for the first time (let's say) v0.4a is mentioned, you only turn that word into a link exactly on that introduction, there's no need to link again if that version is ever mentioned again, you got that? It's easy, I hope this clear every misunderstanding.

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  • Because some templates are rendered inert due to a bug with the visual editor, we highly recommend not using it in this wiki, instead, we ask editors to use the more traditional source editor. So, unless you can overcome that issue, you should switch from the visual editor to the source editor.

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    • Yeah, you may technically be entering that info with the source editor, but when you finally submit you're doing it through the visual editor, so the glitches will persist. To prevent them, you need to use the classic editor.

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    • Oh, okay. I'll remember that from now on.

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