- User talk:Ucucha/Archive 1 (up to September 2009)
Would it be possible to alter this template to include a caption field? Ther are quite a few disambiguos names and I would like to use this template for all species in a list. Epibase 15:34, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
Not all species are gone to a special subgenus or Group . so i don't now to which i should redirect it.
PeterR 14:43, 10 December 2009 (UTC)
Moet ik dan eerst de Papilio (Menelaides) aanmaken?
PeterR 19:24, 11 December 2009 (UTC)
Ik heb er nu een paar gedaan. Maar de Lijst van species onder Papilio (Menelaides) is nog steeds niet confirm the templates.
PeterR 19:40, 11 December 2009 (UTC)
OK bedankt voor de hulp
PeterR 19:51, 11 December 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for reverting that vandalism on my user page, I didn't notice! I guess I should put a watch on my own user page ... Stho002 01:04, 14 February 2010 (UTC)
- Not a bad idea I think. :) You might also want to semi-protect your user page, as there are quite a few vandals who find it interesting and no one other than you really needs to edit it. Ucucha 13:30, 17 February 2010 (UTC)
Re: Wollumbinia andEdit
I think it should be unprotected. Or semi-protected. In the main namespace, only the Main page and Forsíða/Fo are the other two that are fully protected. see here And what is odd about Forsíða/Fo is that it indicates that User:OhanaUnited reduced the protection level. It certainly does not seem in the keeping of the wiki to keep it fully protected. Open2universe | Talk 13:44, 21 December 2010 (UTC)
Please advice me on this matter. Stho002 has changed and then locked a template "of mine" (Template:HOM), without any effort to contact me with a reason or with a request that I should make some edition to the template... or delete it. The template is very simple, just so one don't have to type a much used frase in botany. The changes made by Stho002 makes the template totally useless in botany and also give strange information on the pages where it is used. The changes turn it in to a zoological template. Stho002 does not reply my messages since April. Can it be unlocked and restored? Uleli (talk) 08:19, 16 July 2012 (UTC)
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