Talk:Old forum Scripting Library index

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-my revision 6Sep12 removed the dead link to Torley's "you can also discuss..." -I DID NOT do any other edits -the revision SHOWS that i tweaked one of Strife Onizuka's links! -there is absolutely NO WAY i consciously did any other edits than the one initially stated above. -makes ya wonder? 1. i'm a wikinewb, does the Hidden Hacker Underbelly of SL crawl up the wiki? 2. can anyone explain this? EnCore Mayne 16:10, 8 September 2012 (PDT)

You likely were looking through the revision history and you viewed the version of the article that Torley created and/or clicked edit for that version of the article. It would have given you a warning at the top of the edit page about you editing an older version of the article but it's easily ignorable (I've ignored it to my chagrin on several occasions). I try to remember to click "Show changes" before saving to avoid rouge changes. Don't stress yourself out over it, I'm not, it's minor. -- Strife (talk|contribs) 18:00, 8 September 2012 (PDT)
nope. i saw the Torley link was invalid, edited the only page i viewed (the current/live version) and was done. i cannot imagine myself hunting down the entire HUGE list to pick out a link, specifically yours, and wrangle the underlying code to point to another reference page. not me, didn't happen. i am Super Cautious in mucking up any of the existing page's code (can you say completely wet WikiNewb?) and use the Preview multiple times to ensure the functionality of the earlier version remains before the commit. i do know enough to not edit old versions. conclusion: mystery stalker remains unknown, system integrity/trust undermined EnCore Mayne 18:32, 8 September 2012 (PDT)