User talk:Kireji Haiku
I wonder if you're aware that you can preview edits you make to your pages before saving them?
- At the bottom of the edit screen (next to the "Save page" button) there is the "Show preview" button. This allows you to view the way the page will look so you can review your edit before saving to the Wiki.
- Also, since all the edits are featured on the history of the page it can be useful for other editors if a comment about the edit is added in the "Summary" just before saving the page.
- Of course...If you're editing your own pages much of what I just said is a matter of personal preference.
BTW...We can make links to other pages on this Wiki by simply adding double square type brackets "[[" & "]]" to the title of that page (the display can be different to the page name too).
When I first started editing this Wiki (actually I still do this) I learned the tricks by reading the source code (open an edit to the page and "cancel" instead of "Saving" when finished reading) of any page that had a trick I wanted to learn used on it. I keep a growing list of various clever stuff for Wiki styling on one of my user pages. That way I don't have to remember it all.
heya, slight lead. I think red colored links are not a good idea because the wiki color links to nonexistent pages red. --Kuraiko Yoshikawa 21:58, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
Example on llGetLinkPrimitiveParams
I can't find a functional difference between the version you posted and mine (with the exception that your version does not support single prim objects with an avatar seated upon it). Maybe you could describe for me an object that breaks my script and not your revision? It's not that I haven't done testing, I have; I'm either missing something obvious or there really isn't a difference and I'm on a wild goose chase. I am at this point perplexed. -- Strife (talk|contribs) 08:00, 24 December 2010 (UTC)