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Drift City - Thanks![edit]

Thanks for updating changes to the guide, and adding some missing information! You're one of the only people besides me and Tathar who have added details to the quest line. --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 09:33, 22 December 2008 (UTC)


Assuming (from your userpage) you mean the {{userbox}}, I put one on your userpage. It takes three inputs:

  1. A background color in hexidecimal
  2. The path to an image on SW, i.e. Image:some_image.png
  3. Text you want to be in the userbox

Just the userbox by itself will go wherever you put it, but if you want it to float to the right (like most people have it) you need to wrap <div style="float:right"></div> tags around it. You don't have to make <div>s for each userbox either; you can put multiple userboxes inside the same one. Hope that helps. - najzere 17:01, 23 December 2008 (UTC)

^ Oh, thanks so much! This helps a lot! -AHF 00:16, 24 December 2008 (UTC)

Wacked image[edit]

Yeah, upload it to photobucket, or email it to me: I'd like to see the original JPEG moreso than the PNG image. Also, why not upload as .jpg? - najzereT 10:51, 12 March 2009 (UTC)

Drift City revert[edit]

Hi, can you explain what you mean by "following the the table format" in this diff? It looked fine to me. - najzereT 17:34, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

Left a message on your user talk page. :D ahiddenfigure 01:38, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
Anyone looking at the table would assume that the upgrade class also had a corresponding real world car, since there is a field for it. If you're saying all the upgrade class cars don't have a real world counterpart, then they should all get the {{n/a}} template. - najzereT 15:03, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
Nah, what I mean is, (for the record, I didn't create, nor have I contributed to the table before this) from inspection of the table, the way its written is that the stock class carries the RL name, and all upgrade classes are left blank. I'll correct it properly this time 'round to illustrate what I'm saying, shall I?ahiddenfigure 13:01, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
You've now removed the real car from the upgrade classes for a second time with no explanation. "from inspection of the table" isn't going to cut it, as I've inspected the table as well, and the edits look fine. If you know, since you play the game, that the upgrade car classes have no real life counterpart, then put the {{n/a}} template in those fields so people stop trying to fill them. If you're just guessing, then you have to assume good faith and let others add content to the Drift City guide. If I don't hear one way or the other from you, I'll put the names back in. - najzereT 05:15, 16 June 2009 (UTC)
I was going to put a message on the talk page because those edits are - forgive me, for this is the best way to explain it - half-arsed, but I became sidetracked. The anonymous editor has changed 4, maybe 5 entries out of the over 150 in page. I decided to remove it because until the editor (or another editor of StrategyWiki) decides to actually fully complete the table in the way this anonymous editor has, it looks very messy. I'll put up a proper discussion to get a consensus about how to best solve this, while maintaining the (in my opinion) quite clear layout is has already. I apologise if my edits on that page seem possessive, I'm only attempting to keep the list uncluttered. See Talk:Drift City/Car Stats for the discussion, it'll be there in a few minutes.ahiddenfigure 14:26, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

Drift City car pages[edit]

I think the layout you've come up with will work out well. Considering the number of cars and the amount of content involved, do you think creating an individual page for each car class would be a good idea (i.e. Drift City/V1, V2... V9)? --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 10:06, 30 June 2009 (UTC)

Plants vs. Zombies ToC[edit]

Hi, I made some modifications to the ToC, as we like the page names to correspond with their display on the ToC. Also, we don't normally make separate pages for each game mode, so keep that in mind when deciding if each mode has enough content to necessitate its own page. Thanks, — najzereT 16:40, 8 August 2009 (UTC)

Trust me when I say there is more than enough content for each game mode. There are 20 different mini-games, 18 puzzle levels and 8 survival modes to go with the 50-or-so adventure levels. It's not my first time doing something like this; I wouldn't've split them up if I knew there wasn't enough content. -- Ahiddenfigure (TalkContribs) 14:02, 9 August 2009 (UTC)