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Renamed parts

Hi if a part was renamed could you please just add {{move}} at the top so I can move them to the new name. Thank you. Also just a little note: I'm trying to merge pages where the new and old name already exist so it might be that some contributions from you “vanish” :/ Unfortunately there is no real way to actually merge page. — xZise [talk] 06:02, 31 October 2014 (CDT)

Official part name

Hi I saw you asked in this edit if C7 Brand Adapter Slanted - 2.5m to 1.25m is the official name. Now yes it is because the day after the release my bot searched through all parts and created new pages for the missing parts (although that algorithm is not perfect, the name of a part page by the bot should never be wrong; but of course there might be bugs so never say never). And it also uploaded the part configuration along with it in Parts/FuelTank/adapterTanks/Size2-Size1Slant.cfg. And as you can see the title is actually that name (the 'name' property is an internal designation and should be unique while the titles (I think) mustn't be). — xZise [talk] 06:53, 19 December 2014 (CST)

Hi thanks for helping me check. By the way I'm sorry that i messed up the part names during editing, especially Template:Stats Table Liquid Fuel Tanks. --Deepspacecreeper (talk) 16:57, 20 December 2014 (CST)
No worries :), about messing that up in Template:Stats Table Liquid Fuel Tanks you'd need to talk with User:NWM also I personally think: Everyone makes mistakes and sometimes someone else is faster in fixing them. — xZise [talk] 17:45, 20 December 2014 (CST)


Hi, I spotted you adding user CSS in recent changes. Just FYI, it is not currently enabled on the wiki. I'm only using it on my user page to document work that I've been doing with templates. If you have spotted the Wikipedia {{Mbox}} series that I have imported, they only work properly for me right now, as I have a completely different site CSS via local browser hacks to disable the normal site CSS and replace it with my own file locally. I've already got all the stuff to make those templates work, and they look good with it in place. I'm still working on the final details before I ask for a change to the global CSS. If you need a message box right now, the existing {{Box}} is probably your best bet, until I get the other ones finished and working for everyone. --Murph (talk) 19:58, 1 June 2015 (UTC)

Alright thanks User:Murph i was just testing --Deepspacecreeper (talk) 21:04, 1 June 2015 (UTC)
Sure, not a problem. I just wanted to save you some time and/or confusion, just in case you didn't realise it was disabled on the server, and to let you know the Mbox stuff is being worked on. --Murph (talk) 21:11, 1 June 2015 (UTC)
I have a wiki locally on my computer that i use as a test platform, and i found out that i can use the {{Ambox}} colors properly by editing the MediaWiki:Common.css file. See w:Wikipedia:Ambox CSS classes. I didn't test out the other mbox stuff, but i'm pretty sure the ambox works for me that way. --Deepspacecreeper (talk) 06:01, 2 June 2015 (UTC)
Yes, it is just a case of adding the right stuff to MediaWiki:Common.css. I'm just being cautious and taking a little time to properly test the changes before I request them, as I'm adding support for navbox, navbar, sidebar, plainlists, etc (navbox and sidebar are the main priority for me). So, I'm spending some time to be as certain as I can be that I get the change right, and that it doesn't cause any bad impact on existing site style as well as that it works correctly for the new things I have added. --Murph (talk) 07:21, 2 June 2015 (UTC)