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I've noticed that you've been saving the same page many times, trying to figure out how a piece of code works. Please make use of the "Show preview" button, found next to the "Save page" button at the bottom of the page. Each time a page is saved, a copy of the current revision is saved. This is an important feature of NSwiki, as it helps us prevent vandalism, but is also uses up server space. This adds up quickly when the page is saved many times. Using "Show preview" allows you to check all changes, to make sure you haven't made any mistakes in the code, without unnecessarily saving. So if you're trying to perform a complicated bit of code, please click the "show preview" button before saving the page. Thanks for using NSwiki responsibly.
- Erm, sorry about that; didn't know it wasted bandwidth. I'll try and work on that habit. Blast 04.11.06 2248 (UTC -5)
Hi. Thank you for all your work in NSwiki, but when you redirect pages, please remember to check whether you've created a double redirect, and to fix it if you have. Aridd 14:06, 11 November 2006 (GMT)
The category pages you've listed for speedy deletion aren't speedy deletion-worthy. Please put them on NSwiki:Deletion for discussion. Personally, I don't see what's wrong with having categories as well as lists. Ceoranta 19:56, 12 November 2006 (GMT)