User talk:Abouttime111

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-- WelcomeBOT (talk) 09:56, 27 December 2014 (PST)


Ohai, I just fixed your translation and want to point out some mistakes:

  1. There's no need for {{trans}} if the page is already fully translated. Use this template only when an article is in the active progress of being translated.
  2. Don't forget to translate the update links.
  3. Don't forget to translate the level with the official translations (those are stored in the Localization files)
  4. Use {{item name}} and {{item link}} whenever an new item name appears. The templates will display the latest translations fetched from the dictionary.

Anyway, thanks for your contribution. If you have any further questions, feel free to reply, add me on Steam, or join the IRC.
{ TidB | t | c | wt } 10:53, 27 December 2014 (PST)

Hai again, just another fix:
  1. Don't forget to translate the item flags. Again, only official translations are allowed.
  2. Translate all links.
  3. "Translate" categories by adding /ko at the end.
  4. Use {{item link}}. It works like item name, except it additionally links to the item.
  5. On this edit: Please insert your language in alphabetical order.
  6. If you encounter a link to Wikipedia, translate it like this: [[w:ko:Korean Title|Caption]]. If there is no Korean Wikipedia article, you could link to the English article or the untranslated Korean one, but I prefer deleting the link, just leaving the caption.
{ TidB | t | c | wt } 04:36, 28 December 2014 (PST)
Thanks for your support. I'm trying to translate as accurate as I can, and your kindness helps me a lot.
I translated all day long because today was freetime for me. So I translated a lot of pages and I think there will be a lot of mistakes too.
I'll edit them as soon as I can. Anyway, thanks again and have a nice day!

The preceding unsigned comment was added by Abouttime111 (talk) • (contribs)

Here's another tips for you from me:
  1. Don't forget to use {{DISPLAYTITLE}} on non-item and item set articles. (e.g. {{DISPLAYTITLE:기본 무기}})
  2. {{DISPLAYTITLE}} is required on item set pages as described above. (e.g. {{DISPLAYTITLE:{{item name|Manngaroo}}}})
  3. Sign your talk page posts with 4 tildes. (~~~~)
Thank you for your contribution. Keep up the good work.  –  Kii (talk) 01:02, 29 December 2014 (PST)
Thank you Kii. I'll do that right away. Abouttime111 (talk) 01:29, 29 December 2014 (PST)
Err, well, you should read Kii's answer again ;) Use DISPLAYTITLE only on item set pages (that's because the English side has problems with the "The" in the names). Action items and all other items don't need this! (You can see how this works for example here). You should undo your recent edits then ;) { TidB | t | c | wt } 03:28, 29 December 2014 (PST)
Ah, I see. Only on non-item and item set pages. There are so many things that I have to concern!
I'll try to reduce those minor mistakes. Thank you. Abouttime111 (talk) 07:02, 29 December 2014 (PST)

──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────── Hai, another fix here:

  1. Well, displaytitle is needed, of course
  2. Don't forget to localize the Wikipedia links and replace the {{w}} template with the correct link
  3. Use {{lang icon|en}} to indicate you're linking to an English website

{ TidB | t | c | wt } 05:40, 30 December 2014 (PST)

Aha! Displaytitle is needed for game pages too! I didn't know that because it was my first game page edit.
And thanks for those wiki-related corrections. I always wondered how I should edit those wiki links and english pages.
I always appreciate critics and corrections about my translations. Thank you again.
Abouttime111 (talk) 05:50, 30 December 2014 (PST)

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Pictogram info.png Please make use of the Show preview button. It gives you a preview of the edit you are making, allowing you to perfect your changes before you save the page. You can edit the whole article by clicking the edit button at the top of the page, which is preferable to editing multiple sections consecutively. User Gabrielwoj Signature 1.pngUser Gabrielwoj Signature 2.png - User Gabrielwoj Signature 3.png 09:49, 29 December 2014 (PST)

Sorry. I had almost always forgotten to use preview function of edit page because new at tf2 wiki. Also, because of my elementary knowledge about wiki editing, I did so many re-edit in some pages. I'm really sorry about that.
But now I'm trying to edit whole page perfectly at once, of course using preview function! And now I'm using edit button at the top of the page unless translated page needs very little edits, too.
Thank you for your advice. Abouttime111 (talk) 07:57, 30 December 2014 (PST)