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  • MJLogan95
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    01:19, May 28, 2020

    Hey,

    Why could you not just wait for me to finish the article. I made a mistake, I noticed it, no need for you to undo it, and also deleting all the citations I added. Just have patience, and allow people to fix their mistakes.

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    • TomasDerksen wrote:
      Hey,

      Why could you not just wait for me to finish the article. I made a mistake, I noticed it, no need for you to undo it, and also deleting all the citations I added. Just have patience, and allow people to fix their mistakes.

      Pardon me, what mistake? And what do you mean, "finish the article?" There was no "In Use" tag on the page, how would I know if you were actively performing another edit? The citations on the infobox make it look messy; they look better when they're at the end of actual paragraphs; it also makes the alias section easier to read.

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    • The mistake was that I missed one > in the alias list, and therefor the infobox was broken. You reverted the entire edit, instead of giving me the time to fix the mistake. I could not save because "Someone else had edited the article". When there is no actual paragraph of the article yet, it has to be placed in the infobox, because it is the only one.

      And not everytime someone is editing an article the "In use" should be added, that is against the wikia policy.

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    • You should give people the time to fix mistakes they make, and not immediatly jump in the article and revert it/fix it yourself. Especially with an experienced user. New editors might not have noticed and just moved on, not me.

      No need to discuss this, it is just a tip for the future.

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    • TomasDerksen wrote:
      You should give people the time to fix mistakes they make, and not immediatly jump in the article and revert it/fix it yourself.

      I actually did not notice the mistake in the infobox. I had undone it as it seemed like it was adding full citations to the infobox but upon closer inspection, I realize I misintepreted it. I apologize for that.

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    • Immediatly after publishing i noticed the infobox was broken. I Assume you just used the differce button in the list of wikia activity and never saw the page, but only the coding. Then it also understandable you reverted it.

      At first i added the shorted citation in the infobox, but since it was tje first time some of those episodes where referenfed the reflist had warnings therefor i had to add the complete names.

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