Strike The Blood
As a fellow chicagoan and as a fellow Blackhawks fan, I will be the first one posting on this page.
I need you to format this "xyz/abc" to abcxyz, an easy way to do this is by pressing Ctrl + f (Find Option), and type in /. I want you to give spaces in between the letters if the words are too long for each other (Night Lord of Blazing Light/Kaleido Blood - K a l e i d o B l o o dNight Lord of Blazing Light). --Kouen no Ten (talk) 23:23, 9 January 2014 (CST)
Oooo~ Bionic~ What would I do without you~? Good work, brofist!
No problem, and thanks for the edit, though Im slow but I'm translating daily so yeah.. You can do a sentence check roughly like 2-3 days once or whenever you free. Thanks anyway. JinXiang (talk) 07:07, 2 July 2014 (CDT)
i want to try to translate, but i'm use mostly is machine translate. so can you help me?
Maou na Ore - Completed
Yeah, I wouldn't want to step on Kemms toes regarding the edits and such. I would primarily just edit for misspelled words and minor grammar issues. Would you happen to know the best way to contact him? I would write directly on his page but it seems like he doesn't have an account. Thank you for the reply! Edit: nvm, I tweaked regarding Kemm not having an account. Sorry about that! BionicMeerkat (talk) 10:06, 3 January 2014 (CST)
As you saw, I do have an account (weren't I registered, I wouldn't be able to update the progress on the main page of the project, since it's protected). I don't mind you being an editor, if you are willing. --Kemm (talk) 13:19, 3 January 2014 (CST)
I wrote it at the discussion page of the chapter, but it seems you missed it. You see, the fact is that it doesn't say "high-class" (had it said that, I would have put either that or "classy"), but "food meant for rich people" (with only three words: the first one means "meant for" or "appropiated to", the second one is RICCHI, or "rich", and the third is "cuisine" or "food"). I was trying to keep that alusion to riches, since the wording seems to be intentional. --Kemm (talk) 16:11, 25 February 2014 (CST)
- Whoops! Sorry about that, I didn't notice the discussion page had a comment on it. It looks like I did the change roughly ~2 hours before the discussion comment. Interesting that I didn't get an email notification on it... On that note, I can't think of a way to keep the allusion intact so reverting it back to how it was before high-class works better. - BionicMeerkat (talk) 17:38, 25 February 2014 (CST)
I think only edits that don't require review should be marked as "minor" - something like missing quote, added spaces, changing font, etc. All grammar changes and terminology changes certainly require it, so shouldn't be marked "minor edit". SinsI (talk) 01:39, 4 February 2014 (CST)
Yeah that is why none of the terminology changes I made were marked as minor. I think it is safe to assume Firebird will look over the changes that was provided by magref to make sure that they are correct. They don't have the symbols to represent them like how they would in the text, but I don't think it would be too much of a problem. If they are wrong, then Firebird will simply undo my edits and no harm caused. BionicMeerkat (talk) 02:25, 4 February 2014 (CST)
Mondaiji ga Isekai Kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
I talked to Aphraelyn about it and she said "Might as well drop my active participation in it if people are waiting on it." so magref can go ahead and just wipe the registration for volume 7 off. -Mizuho (talk) 15:30, 30 June 2014 (CDT)
It seems like she completed over half of volume 7, chapter 2 before stopping. I asked her about it and it seems like she'll finish that off at least. I'll notify you if anything about it changes but I'll end up translating it if she stops. -Mizuho (talk) 16:52, 30 June 2014 (CDT)
Replying from my talk page: Glancing at the Japanese Wikipedia, I see what you mean about the volume numbering. You're correct that the currently uploaded file numbering will be off; and I think the only way to fix that is to move the files/pages one by one. Moving the pages would create redirects, which aren't necessarily evil, but if you wanted to delete them, I added you to the editor usergroup so you can delete pages now. When moving or deleting pages, in general it's good to check is "what links here" under tools, which shows you what other pages references that page/file in case you want/need to update that reference (more important if deleting/overwriting a redirect after moving). Though that probably won't be an issue for most of them, since many of the illustrations aren't in use, a possible occurrence is their use in alternative language versions of the project, which could be relevant for current "v9" (ss1) illustrations. --Cthaeh (talk) 19:12, 9 April 2015 (CDT)
(Reply from my talk page) I'm not too familiar with templates myself, and these templated navbars often seem like more trouble than they're worth to me. So one quick and dirty solution would be to just put a non-template navbar in if my recommendations below don't work out, but then the style might not match exactly. From glancing at the code, it seemed like if you named the pages "...:Volume SS Chapter #" (or SS1 if you want), then I think you could use the current template by inputing "SS" (no quotes) instead of the volume number. To change links in the "show" dropdown menu, it looks like you should modify Template:Mondaiji_Nav directly, as the links for the dropdown menu appear to be coded in there. Hope that helps. --Cthaeh (talk) 18:06, 20 April 2015 (CDT)
Heya! Can you add me on Discord, I've some stuff to ask you about Mondiaji editing. ZorroGuevara#2412 Thanks!
- Sorry for the delay, but I can't seem to find you on discord? My discord name is BionicMeerkat#7392. See you around! - BionicMeerkat