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PCSX2 Wiki collaboration thread
#81
Yeah I was thinking of only adding Screenshots to games we have at least 5 or more screenshots of. That way it'll look clean and not as 'empty' Smile
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#82
(11-15-2014, 04:44 PM)ng__ Wrote: Does anyone here like to help with changing and updating wiki's main page? The page does not look awfully pretty (and let's be honest, it never really did). If anyone wants to try, you're welcome to register and start experimenting on your user page. It would be nice to update it really, but I lack any vision to do so...

Also anyone who can update guides articles (like http://wiki.pcsx2.net/index.php/Setting_...ws_version ) would be really welcome to do it. As you can see they are very outdated. I think we can use the official guide as a starting point (after all the wiki is official) somewhat changing it to the wiki needs and looks.

Hey, what are you waiting for? Don't waste your time, and please register and help! Smile

Is is something like this that you had in mind?
I hope is at least a start.
English isn't my native language, if I make a spelling error, don't hesitate to let me know.

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#83
#rage.

I was attempting to make a lazy-mode template for myself (and possibly other people that wanted to make use of it) that would basically allow me to globally change my Testing Entries on EVERY page at the same time, EXCEPT for my comment on each game. So it would be like
Code:
{{UserTestingEntry
|comment=blahblah}}

That would then result in the entire testing entry table being filled out with whatever system specs/PCSX2 settings you put on the template page for yourself, except that you can put the comments yourself. (This way you won't be overriding the comments on each page).

This would save a lot of time in updating game testing on different versions of PCSX2, as I could just globally edit the versions that way with one edit, rather than having to visit each page individually. But for some reason the table 'Tester' wouldn't align properly with the rest of the tables, so that wouldn't work. After loads of testing I gave up on this lol. Just wasn't meant to be Sad.
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#84
(11-21-2014, 10:32 PM)DoctorMuerte Wrote: Is is something like this that you had in mind?
I hope is at least a start.

Definitely! It's a hard project you've started and also pretty time consuming. Holler if you need anything.
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#85
(11-22-2014, 12:22 AM)Ryudo Wrote: #rage.

I was attempting to make a lazy-mode template for myself (and possibly other people that wanted to make use of it) that would basically allow me to globally change my Testing Entries on EVERY page at the same time, EXCEPT for my comment on each game. So it would be like
Code:
{{UserTestingEntry
|comment=blahblah}}

That would then result in the entire testing entry table being filled out with whatever system specs/PCSX2 settings you put on the template page for yourself, except that you can put the comments yourself. (This way you won't be overriding the comments on each page).

This would save a lot of time in updating game testing on different versions of PCSX2, as I could just globally edit the versions that way with one edit, rather than having to visit each page individually. But for some reason the table 'Tester' wouldn't align properly with the rest of the tables, so that wouldn't work. After loads of testing I gave up on this lol. Just wasn't meant to be Sad.

But why would you want to do it in the first place? As I understand it if you have tested the game with some PCSX2 config on your rig, it should stay unchanged until you test the game again using another config or PC. That's why it's a table containing test entries.
Although I may not understand your intentions correctly.
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#86
Oh it was mostly just a 'lazy' method to easily update old test entries when I try out a new version of PCSX2.


Working on something more useful now anyways; http://wiki.pcsx2.net/index.php/Converti..._PNACH_use
It probably won't be finished until much later tomorrow though, I'm very busy this weekend with an upcoming tournament that I'm participating in. Tongue
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#87
(11-22-2014, 06:31 PM)Ryudo Wrote: Oh it was mostly just a 'lazy' method to easily update old test entries when I try out a new version of PCSX2.


Working on something more useful now anyways; http://wiki.pcsx2.net/index.php/Converti..._PNACH_use
It probably won't be finished until much later tomorrow though, I'm very busy this weekend with an upcoming tournament that I'm participating in. Tongue

That one is really useful! It doesn't matter how much time it will take to finish it though.

Good luck with your tournament! Smile
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#88
Hi

Unfortunatly I lost my password for my wiki account. And I did not add an email address to my account... Is there a way in recovering it?
Beside creating a new one...
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#89
(11-30-2014, 02:40 PM)pyr0 Wrote: Hi

Unfortunatly I lost my password for my wiki account. And I did not add an email address to my account... Is there a way in recovering it?
Beside creating a new one...

Hi! I can't change an arbitrary user's password I can only reset it (then the temp password would be mailed to you as usual).
Your only chance is to PM Bositman to help you.
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#90
I looked into this but mediawiki gives no user management options. Would have to find an extension to do this, and finding mediawiki extensions is a real pain..
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