Hi, Rappy. How are you? A user came to me at the Password Wiki and informed me (and you in a message on your talk page) about harassment on another wiki. Why he came to my wiki for help is beyond me, but he sounded desperate. The user in need of assistance is Kirillkaleginn22.
Hello, Rappy, how are you? I'm a Bureaucrat of PT-BR Fairy Tail Wiki  and, since you seem to understand a lot about MediaWikis and alikes, I'd like to ask you for help. We use the Template:Switch, which allows us to switch between images from Article's Characters Infoboxes, like this one: . However, there's been a while that they don't work anymore, and since the Template remains the same, I'm assuming it's a matter with MediaWiki. Do you know how to fix this? Thx for your atention! :D
I just wanted to come back to the topic which occurred this weekend with the rights mapping on the MCPE Wiki. Thanks to TyA, we got it sorted out, but I'm curious as to what happened with it. Was this just a glitch in the config files, or the wrong file was edited? Or perhaps it was intentional, but not necessary? I don't want to put anybody in the wrong—it would be a very easy error for any of those possibilities.
So I noticed that you altered the MUGEN Database's Common.js to change a few bits and pieces around. OK, I can live without the .swf compatibility, but there's a few bits I'd like to discuss with you.
Firstly, you reinstated the UserTags script and all its related stuff. Why? I removed it because of the whole ProfileTags thing that was implemented, so what was the point in adding it all back in?
Secondly, LockBoard.js. How is it a violation of Wikia's ToU again? All it does is prevent specific user groups from posting new threads in specific forums (namely our Administrative Messages and News forums). I could've sworn I got it from the Dev Wiki.
Thirdly, MPC.js/YoutubePlayer. The only difference between the revision on the MUGEN Database and the one on the Dev Wiki is the lack of a loop function. How does this break Wikia's ToU again?
Lastly, the snowstorm. By default, it runs on my userpage, though whenever December comes along, I switch it so that it only runs on the main page, not the rest of the wiki; the script can sometimes be quite resource-heavy, which would make editing quite painful for some, especially because the script still runs in the editor. I have no idea why you felt the need to change that.
Could you go and respond to the reply of the email I sent 2 days ago. None of your staff have done it and I would like some screenshots of the evidence of the jarring color scheme through the contact reply? I have her statement about it in the other reply, but I need those so that I know which jarring style elements to fix. Everything else seems ok though. I'm having you help me get it re-enabled by doing what needs to be resolved. Also mark the element on the screen capture with the circle and arrow so that I don't get confused on the required css changes.
Crazy Muzzarino wrote: Could you go and respond to the reply of the email I sent 2 days ago. None of your staff have done it and I would like some screenshots of the evidence of the jarring color scheme? I have her statement about it in the other reply, but I need those so that I know which jarring style elements to fix. Everything else seems ok though. I'm having you help me get it re-enabled by doing what needs to be resolved. Also mark them with the circle and arrow so that I don't get confused on the required css changes.