Talk:I'm a High School Boy and a Bestselling Light Novel author, strangled by my female classmate who is my junior and a voice actress
Permission to do some minor editing
I'm currently reading this and noticed some minor grammar errors and typos as I read through the book. Since there's no project manager and supervisor I'll just ask permission to edit them here. Of course I won't edit them right away unless someone approves of it. --SanderLy (talk) 13:11, 17 September 2015 (UTC)
I'm not involved with this project at all, but in general, you don't need permission and probably shouldn't wait for it when it's just obvious typos and minor grammar errors. For more major edits, then contacting the translator is appropriate. So if you do feel it's necessary, then it might be best to try to contract the translator at his talk page (link). --Cthaeh (talk) 19:04, 19 September 2015 (UTC)
Regarding volume 3's chapter layout
In regards to how the the chapters for volume 3 have been arranged on the project page, I thought I should mention that this could lead to misunderstandings about the intended reading order. Based on the table of contents, the reader ought to alternate between the two perspectives after each chapter. The order listed though could lead to some readers doing all the protagonist chapters before starting on Eri's. This problem is even more prevalent if one is using the Bakareader app. On the app, all the chapters are displayed vertically, with all Eri's being after the last of the protagonist's. As such, I would recommend listing the chapters in order rather than in separate columns. You could always indent the chapters to distinguish between the two perspectives, but know that such formating details won't show up on the app. --JeruTz (talk) 16:43, 21 March 2018 (CET)
- Somewhat belated, but I concur. Here is how it renders for me: https://i.imgur.com/m3LMp92.png. It seems almost custom designed to maximize the chance that I'll read it in the wrong order.