User talk:Commerce Heights

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Happy editing! Rechze(talk) 01:04, 24 Apr 2005 (GMT)

Article move for Mac

Did you want a redirect from SEGT to Macabees? Cos the way Mac did it is actually correct (it's one of the ways we move content besides actually moving things. But yes, I can delete SEGT, move Mac to SEGT and it will auto-redirect the Mac article to SEGT without defacing the page history. --Pacitalkia 01:32, 15 December 2005 (GMT)

Edit: Now that I think about it it's actually impossible for page history to be saved when a page is moved. It's just like starting fresh, unfortunately.

A request

Goober pushed me in the direction of yourself, in the hope you could perhaps spare the time to look at my NS wiki ( Kaenei ) article and give me some feedback on it? I'm a little bored with only my own voice and I can only look at it from one angle for so long. (I know it's over size recommendation but I assumed this was not too bad, as Knoot's is also, and he managed to attain the lofty goal of recommended article-er).


Re: Template: AO Nations

I just think this one looks classier. And, I thought I told you the software didn't allow background images? If I didn't, oops, but I really think this one's nicer-looking. (( Pacitalkia )) Time sent: 07:53, 30 January 2006 (GMT)

Your comment on the CDOSHDI talk page

Let's not get testy, okay? Your comment was a little bit too far off the NPOV pedestal, so please tone it down and try to return to objective discussion. We're not debating anything. (( Pacitalkia )) Time sent: 03:53, 6 February 2006 (GMT)

Re: Dates

Yes, they mean Common Era and Anno Domini. I prefer CE in front of the year, that's all. Just personal preference. (( Pacitalkia )) Time sent: 01:14, 31 May 2006 (GMT)