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Hey, your first edit, nice job!
I've also messaged you on IRC when you uploaded your first edit, but in case you don't read it; nice job on that, though you need to remember about some things
You've put Kniv instead of Kniv, which worked in that case, but, for example, if you have the Force-A-Nature page, you'll have to do Force-A-Nature/no|Naturkraften instead of simply writting Naturkraften, because the first (correct) link will redirect you to a Force a nature page, and because you've added the /no at the end, it will redirect a user to norwegian page, not the default (english) one. Also, if you put a "|" after the "/no", it'll display Naturkraften instead of Force-A-Nature with /no added to it
heres how it looks in the action
Naturkraften - correct
Naturkraften - incorrect, wiki will redirect you to a non-existing page, even though theres already a norwegian page for Force-A-Nature
Force-A-Nature/no - partially correct, but it's missing the "|Naturkraften", so it displays the english name with an added /no so it redirects to norwegian page, but it's still not quite right
Hopefully that'll make things easier for you, because simply writting Kniv instead of Knife/no|Kniv won't work with every page
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