Heyo, Noticed you were adding strings to the dictionary, Mainly /hu ones. I ask if you re-add them to the dictionary as a recent edit kinda botched the entire dictionary making the Bot remove some entries.
- Heyho! Sorry about the mess that I caused with my strings edit :/ I'll re-add them of course. I also replied to Moussekateer's entry on the topic in and I'm curious about your opinion on the typo thing. Thank you. Bazsowicz (talk) 14:58, 17 July 2013 (PDT)
Hi there. In the future please be careful when editing the dictionary. This edit caused WindBOT to remove a huge amount of entries because of the incorrect formatting. I've had to revert all the following edits since yours to bring back all those removed entries. You will need to add your changes since then. Thanks. —Moussekateer·talk 13:07, 17 July 2013 (PDT)
- Hey, sorry about the mess that I caused with my strings edit :/
- To be honest, I can't find the mistake in the mentioned edit which you said caused the problem. On this, I would like to know what I did wrong exactly to learn from it. Unfortunately I made a typo in the string template (typed "hi:" instead of "hu:"), and I think that was the source of the problem. What do you think? So because I don't know which edit caused the issue (I suspect the typo) I dare to edit and correct the Refreshing Summer Cooler string again. Thanks for the help and sorry for wasting your time. Bazsowicz (talk) 14:58, 17 July 2013 (PDT)
- One more thing. The revision history page list a tons of edit but I only made one edit: deleted the word "Kulcs" from the end of " hu: Frissítő Nyári Hűtőtáska Kulcs" as you can see at the end of the table (line 20 417 and line 20 422). In that edit I changed/removed six characters in total, but the Template:Dictionary/items revision history logged a ten character change. And what about the other listed edits which certainly wasn't me? How could this be possible? This seems fishy to me. Bazsowicz (talk) 17:20, 17 July 2013 (PDT)