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  • I've noticed that the spell articles are very unorganized as far descriptive layout goes. Would  it cause any consternation to go through all of them and create a standard format for each of them.

    Example:
    Begin with a general discription (or maybe just ditch this and use the in-game description first)
    Then have an In-Game Discription using just the discriptive wording and not the stats since they are listed in the infobox
    Then have a where to find it section

     I would be happy to undertake this activity. Thoughts?

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    • It seems that these halls are a little hollow nowdays :D

      I look into your work and it's an improvement as i see, so keep it up in my opinion.

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    • Thanks. I'm trying to make them look clear and concise, without stepping on anyone's toes.

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    • I wish to add an additional table to the spell charts to show arcane spell progression against experience, I have all the data ready, but have no experience in editing a wiki, can someone assist me with this?

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    • You may want to check out some basic help pages for tips and how-tos. They can be found on this page.

      For a basic understanding of how tables work on a Wiki, try this link.

      You can also contact an admin here on the Wiki if you need more help :)

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    • Adding to what Su712 said:

      Considering the Spell Progression (wizard) is still under construction by CompleCCity, could you start working on Sorcerer Spell Progression and Bard Spell Progression instead? The content data can be found in here and here in their class pages.

      If you are unsure what to do and want to experience with editing, feel free to use Sandbox page to test things out, also don’t worry too much about the formatting, I’ll do some modifications to them if needed, and make the tables you made into templates for class pages.

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    • Sorry, but I have no wish to create a Sorcerer/Bard spell progression table in the format of the wizard spell progression table, I do not find the information on the wizard page useful or readable. Furthermore even if I wished to, the page cannot be edited in visual mode so I simply cannot copy it as a template for the new pages. I seem to have resolved the problem with creating a table myself, as the bit I was missing was "border = 1". The Sandbox seemed exactly what I was after too, but also is uneditable in visual mode, so I cannot use that either, which is a shame. I will just have to edit some random page, then copy and paste my edits elsewhere and cancel the changes on the original page.

      I was wondering if it was possible to merge cells which is something I would need, but have worked that one out.

      Hopefully this thing will actually be of genuine use. It's certainly something I personally wished to add as I was unable to locate anything like it existing already

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    • no wait, perfect idea. I'll create the table in visual, switch to source, copy it, paste it to the sandbox, cancel the changes on the page I was editing, that way no-one gets upset, and I have something to work with saved

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    • basic version all done, but the merge cells does not display correctly always, and as the table relies heavily on them, it doesn't look very good.

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    • Sorry for the late reply, didn't have the notifications even if I've followed the thread, hmm...

      You mean Classic Editor's visual mode right? Try the sandbox now and it should work, as for the merge option, sadly it's bugged both in CE and in Visual Editor, consider filing a bug report if you can locate the exact step that causes the problem and hopefully they're willing to solve it.

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    • the table I created is now in the sandbox, but I don't think it works as well as I hoped.

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    • Hi, I get your idea of merging two tables, but I still think it better to separate them, readers may also ask "ok, that's a mage & bard table, but why not mage & sorcerer, or bard & sp mage?"

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    • What you just said is exactly what I did....?

      Anyway, it didn't work, so I'll leave it, I got what I needed when creating the table in excel

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    • People get experience when editing wiki, improving their understanding with codes along the way so that they may put the skills they gained into résumé for better job opportunities, this is normal. However, if that’s your solo purpose, I suggest you do it elsewhere for this is not your testing ground, it’s also not polite to ask for help in the first place because you’ve wasted other people’s time in disguise of your selfish personal gain, it’s even amazing you spontaneously admitted the whole cause afterwards.

      I’ll delete the table you made since it’s not going to help anyone in its current state and you’ve made very clear that it’s not going to get your future attention. Good luck.

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    • Thank you Su712 you were very helpful in a very brief reply, if only this wiki had more people with a helpful attitude like yourself!

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    • You're welcome, I guess. Although others have been more helpful than me...

      I only regret not having much technical expertise in the game. It severely limits my contributions here :(

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    • @81.104.204.181

      What do you mean, by reading #13 post that is the only meaning I came to understand, if this is a misunderstanding then I sincerely apologize.

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