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Oh, I wasn't complaining, just trying to find out if there is a standing edict on spelling, dictionary preference and so on to ensure that we don't run around cleaning up "spelling mistakes" unecessarily for example. I take no offense, it's a bit odd as people spell things differently in different countries - and I know that there are redirect pages for many in-game terms that are spelled differently in British and American English - for example, if you enter as a link it presents you with the page for Divne Favor (redirected from Divine Favour) - otherwise it would be very difficult for those using British spellings to find anything - I have to remind myself constantly to spell words like colour and armour the American way so that search engines can find them. --Epinephrine 01:14, 17 March 2006 (CST)

Yeah, I can understand that. Sorry if I over-reacted, I thought I read a tone of annoyance, but text-based communication tends to do that sometimes. I don't think I saw a policy about what version of english is official for the wiki when I was reading through the policies (Although I might have missed it)... For my part, I'd be perfectly happy using both.. and being more careful in the future about what spelling errors I correct :) --Rains over Pebbles 11:29, 16 March 2006 (Central)
Hey, how in the world do I get this thing to stop telling me that I have new messages? :) --Rains over Pebbles 11:44, 16 March 2006 (Central)


Hi. Instead of adding your signature by hand, you can just use four tildes (~~~~) and the wiki software will replace it with a link to your user page and a timestamp automatically. — Stabber 08:05, 17 March 2006 (CST)

Cool, Thanks! That's a ton easier... lemme try this out... Do you happen to know how to get it to stop saying "I have new messages" at pretty much every page, BTW? Rain Over Pebbles 09:27, 17 March 2006 (CST)
I used to get that long ago but I forgot how to fix it. Perhaps try to "unwatch" your user page? — Stabber 09:37, 17 March 2006 (CST)
Yeah, that did it. Ok, Thanks! Rain Over Pebbles 09:40, 17 March 2006 (CST)