User talk:PomegranateOtter-eng2

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Lack references[edit]

Why you classified the page "Rhodes Gamble" which lack references if all the informations are there?—The preceding unsigned comment was added by PomegranateOtter-eng2 (talkcontribs) .

References are helpful as they allow readers - should they be so inclined - to verify the truthfulness of the information contained in articles. When quotations are included (such as "an artist of clean lines" in the Rhodes Gamble article), it is a good idea to include a link to somewhere where that quotation is actually used, so people can check it's a true quotation.--Higgs Raccoon (talk) 18:09, 14 August 2015 (EDT)


Another question. Maybe you can help. I cannot login this site using the same username after shutting down the computer. I created user: PomegranateOtter-eng, but I don't get to login, so I had to create PomegranateOtter-eng2. Probabily I will not get use this second username after I shut down the computer again and I will need to create a third account. The same happens on other WikiFur language, but only on Wikifur. All the other sites are ok. I don't want to create a new account each time I need to edit something here. Do you know what could this be? Thank you.

When you say you 'don't get to login', what is the result? Does it just load the page without being logged in? If so, try changing the https: to http: in the URL on the login page. I have seen some users encounter this problem before. --GreenReaper(talk) 19:14, 14 August 2015 (EDT)

Yes, it was loading the page without being logged. I tried to do what you said and it worked. Now I get to login using the "http". Thank you.

I was having this same problem since the end of February. Thanks for the solution, GreenReaper. (Apologies for hijacking your talkpage, PomegranateOtter-eng2. Tai 1 (talk)

Moving pages around[edit]

Hi there. Part of the reason people have been reverting you is that a page's edits are meant to stay together, to keep the page history consistent.

If you just cut the contents of a page, and paste it elsewhere, that doesn't happen, which violates the copyright license (the history of contributors to that text is lost).

To avoid this, please use the "move" tab rather than doing a cut and paste. If you don't see that, ask a curator to move it for you. --GreenReaper(talk) 19:08, 14 April 2017 (EDT)