Hi. In my Guilds swap threads, the attachment feature may not be functioning correctly, I think. If I post (as an example) Zeus in a 5 point thread, and say for arguements sake, its 100/320. Someone posts the 5 points to the build, than, posts their build choice, (whatever) I add 5, and repost Zeus. The 2nd post shows 100/320, which looks like, when posted, no one added 5 to Zeus, or *cheated* and claims to have added 5. Its hard to be exact with which quantity of fps are on each GB. But it seems that when you scroll back in the thread, all the attachments of GBs pksted, show the current invest total, as opposed to the gradual increases (in this case 5 points). If I go directly to the GB (Zeus) and add 5, it updates all attachment posts to the current (correct) quantity. Can you shed light on this? It makes it appear as if posters are cheating other posters outta fps, and the building attachments arent updating after each new post.
First of all, great to see you back, the absence of your questions was starting to be felt.
It might be that the posters are actually cheating. The only exact way to be sure in this case is to keep a meticulous and exact track of each and every contributor in each and every GB. It may be that the attachment is not updating correctly. What I can suggest in the 2nd case are the usual refresh/restart browser/app and clear cookies and cache, wherever applicable.
What I have noticed is that many guilds (most of the top ones in live) aren't using the attachment feature due to its occassional glitches like the one mentioned above which results in some confusion. It is likely that they will resolve this in some future update.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any doubts or questions.
Hi. Thanks for your input! Im suspicuous of the *cheating* if it was that~as I suspect. I ran thru some kinda "tests" and added 1 fp to a few peeps builds. Than went back into our swap threads, and the attachments were all updated. I used the friends menu to add directly to the build. So I'm less suspicious of a glitch, and moreso of the chrating. But, with all the chatter about some kinda "issue" using attachments to add fps to in swap threads,Im hesitant to call out the cheaters.
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It is completely up you as to what decision you will take. Though, maybe when the issue is resolved (if it does exist at all), then the attachments can be used to bring about transparency in FP threads and bring any such 'cheaters' to book.
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We admins csn protect or lock any page so that no one apart from an admin will be able to edit it. But it is impossibleto do it on a large scale for every user page. Moreover, if it's done then even you won't be able to edit your own profile page.
Hello. I'm writing kinda as a stab in the dark; as I kinda poured over whatever I could find within the wiki. But I was wondering if you knew what the difference is exactly on the 3 choices in the Invitation screen for Guild Admins. I get Auto-join, and Invitation Only, so my question revolves around the specifics of Application. Any help?
"Applications" mean that a person who wishes to join your guild will be applying. And when one of the guildmates with the rank of inviter accepts them, they will join the guild. This way you can approve or disapprove a player. When you choose "Auto-Join" all players' applications get instantly approved.
I was just going through the various infobox templates per our previous discussion, and it looks like Nike Aisling has taken care of all of them. In going through them, however, I noticed that two of them don't have the same protection as the others: Infobox Deco and Infobox SpDe.
Hi! Could you please tell me if there is a possibility to either remove table background or to align two data type template on the same row? I've created a template for challenge chests, but can't figure out how to align those templates to look good here.
The suggestion I give you is that you do away with the templates altogether. Sure, it looks nice, but that style on our wiki has been kept for questgiver infoboxes, and I think we should leave it at that.
Another thing which you could do away with is the tabbers. Now this is completely my opinion. You can let them be as they are, and they'll still look good. I'll remove the Template Chest from the Special Chests and make a few changes in them too. I'm leaving the decision to remove the tabbers up to you. If my edits do not turn up the way expected, please do not hesitate to notify me so that I can rollback them.
Sincerely, Pafton (talk) 05:55, August 27, 2017 (UTC)
Well, I've used the style from buildings, units, special buildings Infoboxes. And, imho, those chests look much similar to what we have in game than just tables. I've decided not to use it as a template, but rather combine my template code with the one you used on that page. It looks quite well together. Tidy, without unneeded spaces and there's no background between. So thank you very much!
As for tabbers, I can't imaging this wiki without them. They are used on almost all the pages. And it's the way to let people navigate fast enough on the page without the need to manually scroll a hell of a text in order to find something useful. Wherever I put them, I've tried creating those pages without them. And, well, that was a total mess.
I've tried to clean up the alignment to what I think you were going for. If that's not it, let me know.
A template would make sense there, as those chests repeat a lot of the same styles. I often found myself doing search-and-replace to change the same thing throughout, where a template would've put it all in one place. That said, if chests are only used on that one page, then a sub-page template might make more sense (i.e., create a sub-page of the article, rather than putting it in Template space). Some wikis use sub-page templates a lot; others don't. Since I'm fairly new here, I didn't make any big changes like that, but I'm happy to do so if you'd like.
Thanks! Спасибо :)
I've decided to make it more gamelike, so will eventually replace them with images. Have no idea of how to make them look good on mobile, but even normal templates are pretty horrible over there.
Harleen❯❯❯ CM | ⎘ | ☎ 18:40, September 10, 2017 (UTC)
I noticed during the Marilyn Monroe event, and presently, with the Galileo event that there is a narrative for each quest players are to complete. Going through the event articles on this wiki, however, I have observed that no narratives are put in the questlines. Is there a special reason for this?
I think we could easily put in these narratives so they are 'similar' to the other quests we've got on this wiki.
PS: I have copied all the narratives for the Galileo event if a decision is made to add them in future.