User talk:Doorkeeper

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Thank you for the time and effort you've put into fixing up the Dwarf Fortress Wiki; you're doing a fine job! --Loci (talk) 16:43, 5 September 2016 (UTC)

Thank you for the kind words. – Doorkeeper 07:45, 6 September 2016 (UTC)


I just added {{soil}} to go along with the soil navboxes you created a couple days ago. Using that on soil pages instead of the version-specific templates is preferable because it allows the page text to be copied without changes when we do a version migration (although that hasn't happened in a long time). I'll set up a script to change those when I get a chance, so don't worry about changing them yourself. Thanks for all the work you've been doing! —Lethosor (talk) 16:26, 22 October 2016 (UTC)

Thank you, and I wasn't aware of that feature (the helper template). I'll remember to ask these things beforehand. This wiki has a very unique structure and I try so my edits don't accidentally screw with them, but I make mistakes too... I'll finish up some of my lesser edits on the soil articles for now. -– Doorkeeper 18:55, 22 October 2016 (UTC)

Lethosor, I recently uploaded File:Jabberer.png (that I took from here), but before I had it uploaded to the wiki, I converted the file format from .jpg to .png because I had a preconceived notion that it would make the image come out better. I just learned more about image file formats and I realized that this did nothing but make the file unnecessarily bigger (and it also altered the brightness of the image, something I had not intended). It is a small mistake but I feel bothered over making such an error and I cannot leave it alone. Could you delete that file, so I can upload the image again (this time not converting it into a png) and replace it? I can't do "Upload a new version of the file" because I think the file format can't be altered as it is once uploaded. I was originally going to move the file name but I wasn't sure if it would work and decided not to, so I am asking to you instead. – Doorkeeper 11:43, 9 April 2017 (UTC)