User talk:D-ray Ent.

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Hello, D-ray Ent.!

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-- WelcomeBOT (talk) 12:19, 9 December 2015 (PST)

Welcome

Heyho! Nice to see a new translator on the wiki! A big welcome from my side :)

If you've got any questions, feel free to ask me here or on my talk page, no need to write on User talk:EpicEric. ;)

Keep up your work and have fun! — shots fired by: Nikno {Talk | Contribs} 09:54, 30 June 2019 (UTC)

Thank you for the welcome! And thank you for you help! :D

D-ray Ent. (talk) 10:00, 30 June 2019 (UTC)

You're very welcome! I'm doing some very minor corrections to the pages you've created. Feel free to take a look at them and ask if there are any questions. I can't judge the language quality, but the wiki thingies are done well by you. If you want, feel free to join the IRC. — shots fired by: Nikno {Talk | Contribs} 10:02, 30 June 2019 (UTC)
There is NO problem about the corrections mate. Just send me the pages you corrected, and maybe what you did. So I can learn what to do, and what to not do. :D
D-ray Ent. (talk) 10:07, 30 June 2019 (UTC)
You can see them in Special:RecentChanges, let's take a quick look at this:
  • You don't need the {{item name}} at the top. On other pages you would need {{DISPLAYTITLE:Your displaytitle here}}, but on all item pages this is done automatically and is not necessary.
  • If you see '#' in links, it refers to a specific section. So Taunts#Action taunts refers to the section "Actions" inside the page Taunts. If you want to translate this, you would need to check the corresponding Italian page for the section name and then write Taunts/it#Insulti Azione.
  • Don't forget to translate (or better use {{update link}}) update names in the infobox and the update history.
  • It's easier and better to write {{item link|Cow Mangler 5000}} instead of [[Cow Mangler 5000/it|Mutila-Mucche 5000]], both produce the same output. You can also write {{item name|Cow Mangler 5000}} instead of "Mutila-Mucche 5000" if you don't remember the Italian name. The benefit of the templates is also, if the official translation changes at any point in time, all translations will automatically change to that new translation.
  • If there are links to external pages without an Italian version, you would usually want to add a {{lang icon|en}} behind it to produce "(English)".
Have fun — shots fired by: Nikno {Talk | Contribs} 10:20, 30 June 2019 (UTC)