I am an editor on this wiki. I almost never edit this wiki.
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback you would like to give me - please do not hesitate to tell me. I will do my best to reply to every message I receive here and, where appropriate, will take action to assist you or resolve a problem.
Although I edit in many languages, I am only fluent in a few. I frequently use a translator (when available). For best results, please use a language I know. Languages I know are listed on my profile page.
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Hi user Vandraedha, I created a new wiki, and I would if you help me with her. Called Wiki Coraline is about a film/novel. The language It's in portuguese, and I realized what you understand one little of portuguese.
My apologies, but I actually understand very little portuguese. The number next to the language says how well you know the language, from 0 (not at all/great difficulty) to 5 or N (native speaker/mother tongue). I know wikis well enough that I can do some technical things in many languages (mostly I use a translator and I am very careful).
I am also currently committed to several existing projects. I cannot abandon them. This means that I cannot contribute significantly to your project right now.
You're welcome. I'm sorry I couldn't help you more. I do know that there are a few editors with a better understanding of your language than I. You might ask some of the editors in the categories Category:User_pt if they are interested in helping you edit your wiki.
Yes, you made the poll on that wiki correctly.
One thing to think about when you make a poll: Polls are reset every time the page with a poll is edited. Therefore, it is often a good idea to make the poll on a separate page, and then transclude that page (the page with the poll) onto the page where you want it to be seen. This way you can edit other things on the page without disrupting the poll.
If you need help with transcluding, there are some help pages that explain what I mean. The help page Help:Transclusion is in English. There is also a help page at Wikipedia em Português. I think the page at Wikipedia is a little bit confusing. However, I could not find a better help page in Português. The English help page is one of the better explanations I have seen, so you may find that reading both pages will help you to understand it best.
If you don't know what I'm talking about after you read those pages, please ask me. :-)