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Hi, welcome to Grand Theft Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Characters in GTA III page.
Hi Chris, thanks for your message. We had a significant server issue, and I've had to restore a backup from about a month ago. Unfortunately we don't have a way to restore any edits made in March. It would be great if you could make those edits again! You could check Google's cache of the pages you edited to see if they have the text saved. You can keep in touch with us via Twitter and Facbeook if there are any future issues. Let me know if you spot any problems, and sorry about the inconvenience! gboyers talk 13:41, 30 March 2013 (UTC)
- By default, it shows everyone except 'bots'. Bots are usually automated scripts that do mundane tasks like automatically putting a welcome message on the talk page of every user or fixing syntax/spelling errors, which is why they're hidden by default (to stop cluttering it up). A-Dust has chosen to be marked as a bot as he does a similar job - going around making hundreds of tiny edits. In Recent Edits, you can simply click show bots to make them all visible again, and set the link to that page as a Favourite in your browser. Does that help? gboyers talk 22:31, 30 March 2013 (UTC)
- I am an Admin and I recently made an edit to the Grand Theft Auto V page that you should be able to see on the recent changes. Does it appear for you? -Ian Phoenix (talk|edits) 23:13, 30 March 2013 (UTC)
- Thanks guys, I obviously misunderstood. I just assumed that because A-Dust's edits didn't appear, that it must be the same for all admins. I'll select the 'show bots' option and see how much that clutters up the page. By the way, is it okay that I reply on my own talk page, or is it better to reply to you each on your individual talk pages? Christophee (talk) 11:45, 31 March 2013 (UTC)
There's no fixed rule about where you reply. I tend to reply on users talk pages because then they will receive an email notifying them, which I think is better than expecting users to keep checking my talk page (or to Watch it). But if a conversation involves 3+ people it's better to keep it all in one place. IE it's up to you! gboyers talk 11:49, 31 March 2013 (UTC)