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User talk:Chiyoko Ryokunai
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Man, I'm getting tired of having to say this...
- Please use the preview button and combine all your edits into 1/2 large edits so they don't overtake Recent Changes. kthx. --Qwerty 15:15, 2 April 2008 (CDT)
- If someone starts a discussion on your talk page, continue it there, don't split it up between multiple pages. Anyway, I understand that it can be confusing to edit this stuff at first, but what I'm trying to say is that you should reduce the number of back-to-back edits. Instead of adding a little here, and then a little there, and then a little more here later, save all of it until you can make one large edit that includes all of them. It's just very annoying for staff to check Recent Changes and see the same page being edited 20 times in an hour or so. It makes it unnecessarily difficult for us to check edits for correctness/vandalism/etc. And no, you shouldn't respect my "authoritah" because I have "8000+ posts," but because I run this shit. :) Anyway, if I'm coming off as rash, that's just because I'm getting tired of repeating myself about this multiple/rapid edit issue for every other new user. If you've got any questions on how things work around here, just fire away; I'd be glad to help. --Qwerty 16:15, 2 April 2008 (CDT)
- Ok, That makes sense, sorry about that. Just started this today, I'll try to not to be a bother and contribute anything that can help this site. I'll practice on my own page with the preview button until I wont edit anything :P
Chiyoko Ryokunai 15:22, 2 April 2008 (MT)
- Alright. At any rate, in case you haven't seen them yet, there's a few particularly useful links in the sidebar that can help with editing and such. Probably the most important is The_PSUPedia:Manual_of_style (though these rules need not apply to user pages), but also of note is the The_PSUPedia:New_User_Guide that we just put up (mind, it still needs some work, but I'm sure you'll agree that I'm a bit "cranky"). But yeah, have fun learning all this confusing wiki shit. --Qwerty 16:34, 2 April 2008 (CDT)