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Posted on 08-05-17 03:46:31 PM Link | Quote
If a bug is fixed/changed in a different version of a game, should the bug be limited to a "Regional/Revision differences" section, go on exclusively on Bug subpage, go on both or something else?
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Posted on 08-05-17 03:49:57 PM Link | Quote
I believe that goes on a revisional differences section (but it can also be noted on the bugs page).
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Posted on 08-05-17 03:52:18 PM Link | Quote
Okay, makes sense.
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Posted on 09-10-17 03:45:13 PM Link | Quote
Does TCRF cover mistakes that aren't strictly programming errors? If so, would that go on the main page or the Bugs page?
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Posted on 09-10-17 06:09:57 PM (last edited by divingkataetheweirdo at 09-10-17 06:10:13 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Hiccup
Does TCRF cover mistakes that aren't strictly programming errors? If so, would that go on the main page or the Bugs page?

Yes, and those go on the bugs page.
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Posted on 09-15-17 03:01:53 PM Link | Quote
Does TCRF cover regional/revisional differences in digital manuals? I know it doesn't cover box art, so I wasn't sure.
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Posted on 09-15-17 04:09:31 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Hiccup
Does TCRF cover regional/revisional differences in digital manuals? I know it doesn't cover box art, so I wasn't sure.

Eh...no. The digital manuals aren't part of the actual game and treated akin to physical manuals.
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Posted on 09-16-17 12:29:29 AM Link | Quote
Even when they're embedded in the game files, like the Wii VC ones?
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Posted on 09-16-17 05:32:54 AM (last edited by Hiccup at 09-16-17 04:08:12 PM) Link | Quote
Sorry I wasn't clear, that is what I was referring to. Ones that are part of the game, not external ones.

edit: it seems that the Super Mario Maker page has a regional difference in regards to the text when first entering the digital manual
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Posted on 09-16-17 07:52:59 PM Link | Quote
Even then, not terribly interesting as most of what a manual covers is related to the game itself. Useful for things like the prerelease page, but from what I saw on your SMM manual page, it seems to be largely relating to the color of the tablet's touchpen. Best to see if more games have similar differences first. If so, off to the common things page it goes.

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I feel like that would fit on a "media" type page; originally what Prerelease was supposed to be? I would technically be okay with it being on the game page, though, since it is directly related to the game ... but I'm very much an inclusionist

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Posted on 10-16-17 12:00:49 PM Link | Quote
How do you change username or delete your account on the wiki?
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Posted on 10-16-17 06:36:01 PM (last edited by BMF54123 at 10-19-17 04:04:46 AM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by pecanpie
How do you change username or delete your account on the wiki?


Ask an admin like Xkeeper. He's kinda bored atm.
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Posted on 10-18-17 03:51:48 AM Link | Quote
There was a guideline somewhere (or maybe just a trend) of using initial versions of games for title screens. Should this be stuck to? There seem to be quite a few PC games that clearly use later versions.
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Posted on 10-18-17 05:31:47 PM Link | Quote
My opinion is, if possible, the initial version of a title screen should be used. That said, you’re lucky if people actually post a title screen, let alone the initial one.

Meh, it’s an admin/community call.
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Posted on 10-19-17 02:04:04 PM Link | Quote
I think the general guideline is that it shouldn't have any DLC or anything applied, but if for example it's some autoupdating game then there isn't much of an option other than using the latest one.

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Posted on 10-19-17 07:37:55 PM Link | Quote
What's the policy on item transparency? I have about 280 early versions of items ripped and they have a hot pink background that's transparent in-game. Should I leave it as is or try to edit back the transparency?
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Posted on 10-20-17 07:27:53 PM Link | Quote
I don't think we have any real policy, so it's up to you. However, if you leave the background color as-is, someone is probably going to come along later and remove it anyway (and potentially mess it up in the process).
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