Help talk:Manual of Style

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Help:Manual of Style and Help:Editing are largely copied over from the OpenTTD wiki: [1]. Initially, they were entirely copied over, and then changes were made on top of them. Here's the notice attached to these two pages:

This is copied largely from the OpenTTD wiki:
http://wiki.openttd.org/index.php/OpenTTD:Manual_of_Style
Upon inquiry, it was apparent that licensing issues wouldn't be a problem in copying the
page content.
Contact the Wiki editors [[Help:Contents]] for any issues or if this page shall be removed
(if so, it'll be done promptly.)
-Digi

The other pages in the Manual of Style are from other sources, either public domain, or in-house. --Digiku talk 02:52, 11 December 2007 (PST)

Broken Sector Type

Wow, the Manual of Style is a Broken Sector Type according to the category list! XD XD –SonicMaster 13:33, 18 December 2007 (PST)

...isn't anyone going to fix this?SonicMaster 14:35, 7 February 2008 (PST)

It's a coding issue, methinks. Since there's an example in the article, Wiki treats it like it's actually a category...But it isn't. I tried fixing something similar to this once, but nothing worked. :S ~DarkWarrior Talk • Contribs 03:41, 8 February 2008 (PST)

Copy-paste this and it should work:

{{warning|This Sector type '''''does not work'''''.  It is a broken function in SRB2, and this article only describes what it is supposed to do.  The sector type itself ''is'' coded into SRB2, however, and many level editors reflect that.}}

There are no category tags associated with this...and the Warning sector type has no category tags. Would have done this myself, but the article is blocked from me editing it. –SonicMaster 08:10, 8 February 2008 (PST)

Isn't it "internet shorthand", not internet "shortspeak"?

Shortspeak sounds weird. Changed. –SonicMaster 21:20, 12 April 2008 (PDT)

there is a typo augh

In the citing sources section, IRC is misspelled as iRC. In addition, since people have decided to mark the logs with dates, that should be mentioned there somehow. ~Kaysakado  •  Talk  •  15:54, 27 December 2008 (UTC)