Very happy to see some of these fixes (especially the gallery one) and Louie in a bowtie :D
I have had my share of clashing with fandom staff, @Kirkburn isn't one of them (and even then the clashes end civil and decent). If you have an issue with him you should try talking to him- you will only be blocked if you deserve it. If you ticket you might get him assigned to it anyways (how awkward would that be), so just cut-to-the-chase and message/talk directly.
@MisterWoodhouse , they are aware and currently asking for help on WikiActivity talk page on the dev wiki.
One thing at a time once Wiki Activity script is up for you, then getting use to nuances like 24hour clock can start. My wiki hasn't transferred yet, so I haven't enabled it yet.
So I can't help with that X /
@Numbuh 404 24hour clock is actually ideal (and commonly used in online platforms, online games, some jobs use software that uses it, if you ever want to read plane tickets, etc.) but I can understand how it isn't easy if you aren't use to it.
I was raised on it and for me a trick to easily get use to it as soon as the clock hits 13:00 hours - 12 (substract 12 from the hour, ex. 15:00 - 12 = 3pm) or if lazy like me -2 on the second number of the hour, try to remember 20:00 and 21:00 is 8pm and 9pm, then got back to -12 for 22:00-23:00.
Hope that helps.
TBH I changed my avatar to a better suited to circular avatar and to be view more easily in discussions because of ucp and discussions change over.
I don't exactly like it but I am use to greatest journal avatar/commenting (which is dead and buried for what over a decade now?) 100x100px square avatars anything smaller auto annoy me XD
Posting personal puppy pics gets auto hearted in my books.
But glad on the fixes/updates too.
SlyCooperFan1 wrote: I answered your question:
I didn't say that you didn't, you accused me of my post being unrelated (thread/UPC) but if I was asking for that clarification that it is or isn't- is relevant (to thread/UCP) concern for an admin not yet transferred to UPC.
So please just drop it.
I am not sure if these have been addressed yet but they have been brought up already:
Edit: On another but off topic note I have a ticket about 25 days old, with a gentle nudge bump from me 7 days ago that still hasn't been replied to. Am I being blatantly ignored or is this an oversight?
Blog commenting not posting and Message Wall messages not editing. FYI, I am not ticketing- I am sorry but I am sick of ticketing.
Fandyllic wrote: It didn't sound that way... the type of help you can get on CC is purely based on who decides to volunteer help... and CSS, HTML, JS is a very narrow selection as examples... I often run across posts where I'm the only one to reply, because everyone else ignored them.
I may not have been clear in your opinion but that was what I meant hence my inflection on (no promises) since wikis are volunteer based I did not feel the need to explain- unless I felt the OP didn't understand that (then in that case I would have mentioned it). But I am sorry if that created confusion or assumption otherwise.
TBH I may have quoted specifically some snippet examples that is considered: Support Requests - Getting Technical and Support Requests - Designing Your Wiki but I thought I'd point those out just to start instead of no examples.
Fandyllic wrote: I don't think Hollowness can speak for everyone on CC.
I am not speaking for everyone on CC, I say can but no promises because for that exact reason. I was merely giving the overview of the types of help that CC (aka the types of forum support request) has and not speaking for the CC community.
I see bad users delete admin warnings on their wall and mark it as spam on CC (example). I was wondering unless you block a user for doing that to admins, how does one work around that?
Fandyllic wrote: "CC"?
You were given great information here.
CC can (but no promises) provide specific help for wikis (CSS, html, js, etc.) but if you are just looking for editors this isn't really the place to advertise or ask.
As mentioned in previous thread before it was closed (about the lack of crawl or less crawl due to ### discussions urls) and noting your "Discussions enhancements are progressing".
Is that a direct reference or unrelated?
I don't use spotify but is there any preview on this new widget in use?
Well that makes a lot of sense (but is a sad disappointing way). I was wracking my brain why there was a substantial gap between articles and discussion post. But name vs. an assigned number- named pages do better.
I mean I don't mind if user wall messages (since they are going to discussion format) are hidden from google search but discussions being google search elusive seems retrogressive.