Recently, I've been having an issue with my edits on some wikis which involves something like this:
It has been removed on this particular blog post but this still happens every time I edit something on any wiki. Is there something you can do to stop this from happening? If so, can you please let me know as soon as possible?
Oh, I was wrong, because I guessed that permanent block settings will stay in a global block even if the settings are changed, meaning the account could have still been disabled despite the temporary ban, since God gave the global ban, and us humans (users) requested it be changed. Without the request, God wouldn't have reduced the ban.
Sock of Mamou7 etc etc. The underlying IP range should be blocked and it should really be for longer than the standard three month. This is harassment of Fandom. I've blocked her on the Rocky and Bullwinkle Fanon wiki.
Sorry to bother you. I hope I came to the right place. I was just wondering since you left a bit of ambiguity in our last email. About the IP check.
You said 'Can you provide a link to the thread in your screenshot?'
I've tried replying to those emails before, and it doesn't work. My replied text also doesn't look the same, so I don't know if it really does the same, if that makes sense. Should I just give you a link here?
Hello. I'm writing this on your wall since you were the last staff member to edit on the Scare-Factor Wiki.
The user Perturbed Maverick was allowed to adopt the wiki, which was then known as Spinpasta 2.0, despite being blocked there. Apparently he convinced staff to remove his block and give him admin rights, but not b-crat.
Over the past year or so, he has renamed the wiki and remade it in his image. Normally I wouldn't have a problem with this, but he has been severely abusing his power, deleting posts calling out his abuses, and even editing comments critical of him to make them appear favorable to him.
He has recently deleted a proposal I made for his demotion, in brazen defiance of Fandom ToU that provides for the removal of any wiki admin with a community consensus vote. He then blocked me, citing "user request" as the reason when I obviously did not request to be blocked.
I suggest strongly that he be removed from the admin role. For all the reasons he needs to be removed, you can undelete the demotion blog I made, where myself and other users gave a detailed breakdown of all his abuses. You'll probably also want to undelete his "Supreme Council" page, where he edited users' comments that were critical of him to make them appear favorable. I'm guessing he deleted the page to obfuscate evidence of that wrongdoing in case I ever reported him to staff.
I sent a support ticket to Zendesk, but I just found out my email account is locked. It's an old one that I've had for over a decade and now I can't get back in unless I remember what my favorite movie was when I was 15.
Will they give me a followup on the ticket if I send another message under a different email?
Hello; Kirkburn. My name is LuigiMaster41, and I have to questions to ask.
First question, I have noticed the images around Fandom are in bad quality, even though they are supposed to be uploaded in good quality. I have tried to notify Fandom about this, but I have gotten no reply since. Could you fix the quality of the images around Fandom, please?
Second question, I have noticed that my contributions are not being updated. For example, when I make an edit, and view the community, my edits are not being updated. For a further example, on Ninjago Wiki, I have a total of 128 contributions in a single week in the community, (I have less than 1,000 contributions in total) and when I make a edit, my contributions shown on the Community page is still 128. Is there a reason for this? And could you fix it, please?