So I've been meaning to test this for a while(or maybe a few
months, but let's just pretend it's only a while), and I finally
did, so I figured I'd share my findings with you all.
If you join MSP via RoboBlastPlanet or BooniePlanet, you get these pre-made avatars every time. And this still happens even if you log in for the first time through the MSP app.
So it looks like MSP has a slight problem that they're going to need to fix somehow.
Just as a note, I only tested this on the UK server(RBP) and US server(BP), but I'd assume you get these same avatars on other servers too.
Hello there fellow contributors!
Sorry for the late update on this one! Today we'll be continuing our discussion regarding the moviestar infobox background. If you've not already, please review the last part before reading this one.
So there were a lot of mixed thoughts on the last one, but overall most of us agreed to a neutral colored background. However, we did not fully determine whether or not we wanted separate background for males and females or if we wanted to use patterns and/or gradients in the background, so that's what we'll be trying to get settled this time.
Things to discuss:
- Should we use a pattern or gradient in the background image?
- Should we use two different backgrounds for males and
- If so, how should the two be diff…
Hello there fellow contributors!
If you haven't already noticed, we have a new moviestar infobox, but it's missing a little something. You may or may not remember that the new infobox was meant to have different colored backgrounds for females and males.
I know what you're thinking "Hey, I remember now, why didn't you
It's simple, I did, but then we updated the wikis theme and the colors no longer seemed fitting. I also felt that many of you would probably want to have another discussion on this after seeing the way the infobox was actually setup. BUT, don't worry, I didn't disregard the entire discussion on it. Let me explain further:
The infobox is setup in a way that will allow us to add this feature without disrupting anything, …
Hello there fellow editors!
Spring has finally sprung and April showers are nearly over, but before you go picking any flowers, some springtime cleaning is definitely in order.
As you may already know, many of our articles are marked for cleanup and many more continue to be marked. So, with the spring cleaning spirit in mind, I have a challenge for you all.
I challenge you to fully cleanup at least one completed article in need of a serious reworking.
When you've completed the challenge, link your edits below and
I'll confirm that you've done the challenge properly.
Once I've confirmed that you've completed the challenge in it's entirety, your wiki username will be added to the list below. Being on said list may or may not include some additiona…
Hello again editors!
Lately I've been getting the sense that some of you may not realize you don't need special rights to do certain things and I feel like this may be keeping some of you from becoming better editors. While it's true that some things should be left up to users with special rights(like handling reports and making community discussions), a lot of things don't need to be.
Though these are not all of the things, here are some things that every user can(and should!) do on the wiki.
Leave friendly notes about certain policies - No, you still should not leave a user a note about vandalism or anything of that such, but for some of our "guideline" policies, you certainly can! For example, if you see a user is uploading a lot of mis-named …