User talk:Je love prajitura :D

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Hello, Je love prajitura :D!

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-- WelcomeBOT (talk) 12:19, 26 August 2014 (PDT)


Hi there, I just checked your translation and fixed some mistakes. Here are some tips:

  1. You don't have to use {{DISPLAYTITLE}} on item ( = cosmetic & weapon) pages. You have to use it on item set pages, though.
  2. If you translated the article completely, you can just ignore the {{translate}} template.
  3. Don't forget to translate the links in the infobox.
  4. Don't forget to translate the "Level 1-100 Bla" thing in the infobox, too.
  5. Translate all links and their labels as shown. Note that I'm not Romanian, so I can't translate the labels appropriately.
  6. If a Wikipedia article currently doesn't exist in your language, you may delete the link. There's currently a discussion on that, you might join the discussion about it here.
  7. Don't sign your edits when you're not on a talk page.

I'd suggest you reading the translation guide again. Additionally, feel free to join the IRC, add me on Steam or just respond here ;)
{ TidB | t | c | wt } 11:12, 28 August 2014 (PDT)