User talk:Revo Spark
De-editing/deformating, plus Preview use
Please do not remove edits by other editors to conform what you may feel an article has to look like (see the Help:Furry Book of Style.) Also, when making multiple edits to an article, please use the Show preview button to view intermediate changes, and try to limit use of the Save page button to when you are finished making all of your edits. Frequent use of "Save page" during editing tends to clutter the article's Recent Changes page log. - Spirou 04:27, 20 March 2014 (EDT)
the page you are reverting is my own page
Well editing something after it was reverted to something that was better is stupid also afterall this is my own page meaning i have the ability to make it look how i want as i am not putting any false infomation i also cannot clarify the facebook thing any more then it already is i am a roleplayer on facebook there is a roleplaying community around it just like any other site —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Revo Spark (talk • contribs) .
- No, the page being edited is an article about you, not your page. You have no rights of ownership, you have (almost) no final say on what you think it should look like (exceptions: privacy concerns), and you definitely cannot tell any editor what they can or cannot do with it, specially under the premise "that it look better before" (this is a Wikia, not a personal homepage).
- You may recreate the article on your User Page, the only place where you can write or say (almost) anything where no editor, Curator or not, can make changes to it. As for the Facebook clarify tag: Where in or Which Facebook roleplay sites, and where they related to furry or not. - Spirou 04:46, 20 March 2014 (EDT)
Follow up on the facebook thing
it is facebook there is different sides there some people who are not furry and some of which are i mingle with both types also i dont just get somissions for furry art i also comission people to do other types of art like logos icons and even humans for personal projects which is why i wanted it to be kept as Art not furry art —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Revo Spark (talk • contribs) .
- there is nothing to clarify for it it is just random people i roleplay with using the social networking site Facebook i have been doing it for the past 7 years on and off with different people who join in the community there is no specifics for it so there is not really anything to clarify but ith the furry art thing i dont just comission for furry art that is why i would have it as just art as there is personal comissions i pay for that do not go onto any of my pages i am on/under as the are for buisness use —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Revo Spark (talk • contribs) .
- First, when a discussion has been moved to a pertinent page, it entails that the discussion is continuing there (in this case, here). Second, when writing a new entry on somebody's Talk Page, always start the new topic at the bottom of the page (newest posts), instead of the top (old entries). Third, always sign your posts by adding four tilde (~~~~) at the end of your post. And last, the paragraph has already been rewritten to eliminate the "clarify" tag twenty minutes ago. - Spirou 17:41, 20 March 2014 (EDT)
Preview vs Save
Again, when making multiple edits to an article, please use the Show preview button to view intermediate changes, and try to limit use of the Save page button to when you are finished making all of your edits. Frequent use of "Save page" during editing tends to clutter the article's Recent Changes page log.
Hello I have been asking for someone to help wikify and punctuate my wikifur as I am on a mobile with no computer as it was stolen awhile back could you or another member of staff do it for me Revo Spark (talk) 19:23, 16 July 2015 (GMT)
- A Wiki is a service for users to edit articles themselves, and unless is Curator related (name change, exclusion, temp protect) or incapacitated (I'm helping one user in this manner), you can't actually ask other users to edit entries for you because you have no access to a desktop PC at the present time. Libraries offer free computer access, and frankly, I would worry much more about my stolen PC equipment and how to replace it rather than vanity editing my article on a Wiki (priorities). - Spirou (talk) 15:09, 16 July 2015 (EDT)