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I adjusted the formatting. No content was added. No content was removed. No content was changed.
What is the point of the "minor edit" checkbox when something as minor as tweaking the page formatting causes the head moderator to rain holy fire from the sky?
And, before you actually smite me... yes, I am being sarcastic... because this is ridiculous. -- saint23thomas @ 04:04, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
- I don't know exactly what you adjusted, however this could possibly have been because of the formatting change. Changing formatting on a page like this that links off is actually bigger than changing content. -- Vrail 04:10, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
- The reason GD changed it back is to match the formatting on all other such pages. Certain pages all have the same formatting, and it's not a "minor" change to adjust something. However, as currently formatted, it's messed up. On my screen the breadcrumb crosses two lines and generally looks silly. JazzMan 04:43, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
- I modernized that area to use the Template:Top "Back To" Footer however I did not make the second width paramater to be 70, which is standard. This should help with the line problem. The reason I said to discuss the change that you did was because it is good to follow the most modern formatting available or a more modern formatting which is available. What you did was very nonstandard and we already have a method, although nonstandard in implementation, to deal with the line problem. At least this will help define the upper breadcrumb once again, especially with regard to the line problem for some other areas. --Green Dragon 22:18, 30 May 2010 (UTC)
- *refreshes his Aura of Snarkiness* Very well, then, from now on, I shall be like the TV news pundit - pointing out all the flaws, while making ever sure that I do nothing that might actually fix the problem. -- saint23thomas -- 03:22, 5 June 2010 (UTC)
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