A link to the page in question would help.
The live chat was retired some time ago.
No. This is to prevent tampering with results. You can't switch the yes and no if the vote doesn't go your way.
MassEdit is more accessible, but unless you have a category of all pages with that term, it's not really ideal. AWB allows you to list all pages, so you could just brute force it.
Not the name of the skin, but the logo in the global nav.
They did mention (I believe at the last Checkpoint) they're going to have to look at that mess again. Wikia.org wikis would get the FD skin, but with a W for Wikia instead of the Fandom branding. They kinda painted themselves into a corner on the rebrand.
Well, the help page has all the answers for you.
It´s not yet on Lol and Fortnite eSports, and maybe a couple of other big ones with massive tables.
Yeah, it's not implemented yet.
This protection is built into the ThemeDesigner, so it's the server doing it rather than a human or even bot. It's a security measure, to prevent random people from reuploading that image and vandalizing your wiki.
I'll just add that there are many reasons to undo even "correct facts". There might be sourcing or language issues, or it's not as correct a fact as you think it is. But no matter what, as Fandy mentioned, enquire with the admins or people that reverted you. Just not in this tone. That's not going to help you.
Yeah, I have too. So let's amend original question to "Why does your profile pic sometimes change if you disable your account?"
All user info is removed, which includes the avatar. So it reverts to a default one.
There was a change recently that requires you to be emailconfirmed to comment.
^Noticed that as well.
If the other user made it, it's not really up to you to change the language. If you wonder what she's saying, just use Google Translate.
There is no one easy failsafe tip. Have a lot of content, don't have a lot of competitors. Depends on what your wiki is about and what the google search is.
They migrate ones marked ready, and most big ones have WR support that handles that. Last I heard 35% of traffic was on FD already.
The mobile app also doesn't have all the wikis in it. Criteria for inclusion are, afaik, not public.
That sounds like something the individual wikis could discuss with their Wiki Representative, if they haven't already.