User talk:Zakashi

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Seikoku no Ryuu Kishi:Registration Page[edit]

Just wondering, are you still translating chapter 1 [Vol 1]? If not, is it fine if I translate it? http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index.php?title=Seikoku_no_Ryuu_Kishi:Registration_Page#Volume_1 Kenji (talk) 02:19, 11 August 2013 (CDT)

Ah, another user like me. I've been doing the same thing with Sword Art Online and Accel World. Hopefully, you and I won't make too many mistakes in our edits. =P Jaxter0987 22:27, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

I hope so too. :D Zakashi 22:58, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

It's Inzagi, I started the error, apologies. --KuroiHikari 19:57, 13 June 2012 (CDT)

nice save... i keep on leaving a couple grammatical mistakes ... i must be tired. I'm going to sleep. bnns - Talk 07:57, 8 July 2012 (CDT)

Yes probally...TJYYEO - Talk 09:36, 16 January 201 (+8 GMT)

Multiple small edits[edit]

Instead of making many small edits, couldn't you go through the whole thing in edit mode and make all your edits in one submission? Or you could open in both view mode and edit mode in different tabs/windows and make changes side by side and then submit the whole thing. It kinda seems like you're trying to inflate your edit count by cheating. Plus the fact that you have a higher chance of causing edit conflicts by making so many small edits separately. Zero2001 - Talk - 23:31, 20 June 2012 (CDT)

It's not that I'm trying to inflate my edit count, but there have been several times when I edit the whole page, the page does not register the edits due to some technical error and I can't get them back. I'm doing exactly just as you said by putting two tabs to make it convenient for editting. As for how I edit, I do it by each part separated by the marker. And what is the deal with inflating the edit count? If it is as you said that this will create conflicts in editting, then I will just revert to trying to edit the whole page. Hopefully, there won't be such a problem again. I apologise for the inconvenience caused.Zakashi 23:48, 20 June 2012 (CDT)

You just clashed with me again. This is why I prefer you doing the whole thing once. Could you be a dear and do so? Thanks. Zero2001 - Talk - 00:07, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

I'll tell you a way to avoid clashing with me. I normally split my edits into two parts. The first is for the optmization for punctuation for wiki/web. Second is the in-depth editing I call Zero check. checking in history will show you. If the first is done then expect the second to come soon, so waiting would be a good idea. Zero2001 - Talk - 00:11, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

I don't see what problems you face while doing everything in one edit. Unless it's edit conflicts. Granted that if you take some time to do everything it will take longer and others can make their edits in that time. But multiple edits cause multiple copies of the page to be archived in the history thus increasing the archived data stored to an extreme. Besides, it's considered rude in wikis for many minor edits by a single user in a small space of time. I understand your reasons, I just don't want us clashing. By the way your edits were good. I just made many of them only to find that you had already made many of them. Ah one more thing, I've watched your talk page so you can reply here and I'll know you did. It's better than dividing the conversation over two talk pages. I look forward to working with you. Zero2001 - Talk - 00:26, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

A Note that might help you (if you're wiling to do the work): When an edit conflict happens you are presented with a page showing two text boxes. The first shows the page as it currently is (in edit mode), if you scroll down to the bottom (or hit the end keyboard key) you will see the second text box showing the page's data you edited (in other words the second text box hold the text that has been edited by you). When that happens follow the following steps:

  1. Open the history in a separate tab and see the changes made by the edit conflicter. (Don't bother with the change showed in the conflict page, that's the change between your edit and the conflicting edit, not useful really).
  2. Go back to the edit conflict page and make the changes in your text (second box), use Ctrl+F to search.
  3. Then select and copy all the text in the second text box, and replace the data in the first textbox with it.
  4. Once you are sure that both your edits and the conflicter's edits won't be lost, then (and only then) hit submit again.

I had to do this just now so that both my and your edits wouldn't be lost. It's easier to do than doing the whole thing again, but it's still hard work, so best of luck with that. Zero2001 - Talk - 00:43, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

Ok, thanks for the help.Zakashi 01:36, 21 June 2012 (CDT)

I'm fixing the one that you need to reprashe, also adding some explanation on things that you ask. Black_Saber - Talk 19:26, 29 July 2012 (GMT+7)

Ah, right. "suppressing" that's it. I tend to use uncommon words when translating, sorry :) Thank you for the editing :) Black_Saber - Talk 04:24, 30 July 2012 (GMT+7)

Sorry, my mood often change during translating, and making me change the way I translate too. I'm gonna check from the start once again soon. Black_Saber - Talk 20:22, 31 July 2012 (GMT+7)