User talk:Willd

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It looks good to me. I've put the "title technical limitations" back in, though. Just a small general note: when possible, use the preview button before submitting changes to an article, and try to submit several changes in one go rather than saving new versions every few minutes. This is because NSwiki keeps every saved version, so saving new ones all the time isn't too good for the server...
Anyway, good work on the rewrite. A suggestion: you could create a Errinundera category to list all the articles about the nation. Aridd 18:11, 11 June 2006 (GMT)


I'd prefer not to have a page with just quotes, but brief quotes should fall under fair use for copyright purposes. --Goobergunch|? 21:15, 12 June 2006 (GMT)


I really must say, your flags and maps are Astounding!! How do you make them? They look very professional, especially on the Maps account.--Whytecypress 01:56, 16 February 2007 (GMT)

Paint? Whoa! you must have trivis skills. I'd never be able to do that with paint ('specially the flags.) Good to know you use Microsoft though(I can't stand Mac. It's like putting a mask over the computer's true nature to make it more appealing to anyone who'll beleive their commercials.) Anyway, yeh. My limited Paint abilites restrict me to basic lines and any way I can dement a typoglyph. WHich is all right, as my nations mostly have Celtic-Teutonic flag styles, i.e. Kirav has the St.Andrews cross like Scotland, Oceantropica has the St. Peter's Nordic Cross like Scandinavian countries. Well, nice speaking to you, I'll try to find some cool forest images to add to the regional article.(A bit tough, all the trees in my area are dead now. they froze to the point of cracking during an ice storm. Almost every single one.**sobs**)--Whytecypress 02:50, 19 February 2007 (GMT)

Re: coat of arms

Yes, that's the problem with that template... Two possible solutions I can think of . Use a large version of a flag, so it'll cover both parts and be de facto centred; use this template; or adapt the current one by creating a new version of it (if you want to do that and you're not sure how, I'll try and look into it). Aridd 12:47, 27 June 2007 (GMT)

Re: Disambiguating Delegate

Yes, you're allowed to, but I would recommend suggesting it on the talk page first. The UN definition of "delegate" is better-known than the Errinundrian one, so some users may find it logical to keep things as they are. So I would suggest it here, and if you don't get any reply, or if people say they don't mind either way, go ahead with it. Aridd 16:16, 29 June 2007 (GMT)