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2009-01-21 15:21:59 Howdy, Mr. or Ms. Management, and Welcome to the Wiki! You might want to check out the importance of using your RealName, just so we can get to know you (or not: it's your choice, but we're pretty friendly here). My name's Evan, pleased to meet you! I saw your note on the Gnome Wiki and fixed the image for you. When you're uploading large images you want to be automatically resized, you should add the "thumbnail" option. In other words, instead of just [[Image(Tree.jpg)]], you would use [[Image(Tree.jpg, thumbnail)]]. The wiki then automatically resizes the image and makes it so that somebody can view the large image just by clicking on it. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards
! ok!! Well I'm just trying to get used to it. The pic was defaced lol so yea! THANKS SO MUCH!
2009-11-03 12:30:28 Language like "Layout ideal for roommates who want to split the cost of living by sharing a room" sounds like advertising copy, so I restored the advert include. I'll try to get around to assisting with that, though. —WilliamLewis
2009-11-03 16:01:20 How is Adobe at Evergreen any less of an advertisement since I restored the advert include? I can't see any edits to that page other than you removing that include. If you don't want the page to read like an advert, how about you not make edits like this where you remove useful information like rent and replace natural language with bullet points right out of a glossy flier? —WilliamLewis