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Always sign off your messages using four tildes (~~~~ ) to automatically add your signature.
- I deleted it, because of the PS3 hacked, anyway about my sig, this just basic HTML codes, if you want it copy the codes here and
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- Great game, and as for my question about you being banned from wikia, I was curious, normally some of the users here been banned from Wikia or just left.--4th hale (talk) 21:43, 20 October 2011 (BST)
Re: Two Questions
You only have to ask!
As outlined on Grand Theft Wiki:Move from Wikia, all edits since the move in October 2010 are not assigned to any user. I've now assigned your pre-move edits to your account on this wiki, so they should all come up now.
However, to prove it's you that owns both accounts, please could you leave a message for me on my talk page on Wikia?
As for username changes, yes we can do this, but we'd need a reason. As well as a few technical issues, we don't want people to be 'hiding' from arguments or pretending to be someone they aren't. If you can explain you're reasons, I'll give you an answer! gboyers talk 18:41, 2 August 2012 (UTC)
- Either is fine, so long as it's a message from your Wikia account confirming you own the same account on this wiki. I'm happy to rename you once you do that. gboyers talk 00:12, 3 August 2012 (UTC)
Re: Common typo
I know the difference between its and it's - but not everyone does. Some people on this wiki don't speak English natively, some don't know the difference, and no doubt some will just not be worried about grammar. But the entire point of this wiki is that anyone can edit and improve other people's contributions. So if someone adds some good content but with bad grammar - that's great! Someone else can come along to fix it up and polish up the grammar, but they've still contributed good content, which is awesome. I'd rather have a wiki full of good content with a few mistakes to fix than have a wiki with crap content written by perfect English writers. So yes - if you can fix up edits, fix them! Only thing I would ask - if all you're doing in an edit is adding/removing an apostrophe etc, then mark it as minor and add 'grammar' or something into the Edit Summary so people know what you did and why. gboyers talk 22:33, 6 August 2012 (UTC)