Thanks for the edits Fallton13. Though can you talk to other editors first to make sure they need more editors. Thanks.
--Code-Zero 03:19, 2 August 2012 (CDT)
I have sent a PM to all but the newest couple of editors in the list. Sorry I didn't consider asking. I assumed from the many-upon-many offers to help edit the series' here at BT, that I could just do so, since that is the answer that is usually given. Sorry if I've inconvenienced or troubled anyone up to now. --Fallton13
you can say, DxD is a bit special.. Tony Yon 05:46, 2 August 2012 (CDT)
It seems so. LOL. It's one of my favorites on here. I guess I'll need to step back on DxD Vol.8. I don't want to incite anyone's wrath. Hopefully someone will do a good workthrough like what was done to Vol.9. I'll move on to a different series that may need it. --Fallton13 09:02, 2 August 2012 (EDT)
All good then. Previously other editors asked me to get rid of other editors who hasnt contributed barely much, so we had the editor recycle last month. If they are okay with you joining, then thats awesome. --Code-Zero 05:06, 6 August 2012 (CDT)
Thank you. I will do my best as I go along. I do have a last question though for you. Will correcting spelling or even correcting whole words for more appropriate ones be OK in the already adapted volumes? When the 'Full Text' becomes available I always make my own epubs for my iphone and nook, so I've caught quite a few minor grammatical errors like those. So I'd like approval before I get there if I can. --Fallton13 01:55, 7 August 2012 (EDT)
Of course! Please do. We want accurate translations, so fixing the grammars for the completed volume will be a great help. Though changing the whole sentence structure may affect the over all passage, so can you ask the translators in charge of each volume when you want to do that just in case? Thanks.
--Code-Zero 06:27, 7 August 2012 (CDT)