User talk:Justas

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I use it all the time, but sometimes those little mistakes slip by me, I do my best to correct them, one day I'll get it right :)
--Jegodaman 14:18, 15 May 2006 (GMT)

In response to your message: No problem! I love the comic, so it's the least I can do. - Gnat

Thanks for fixing 104 for me. ^^ - Not a user, IP

No problem, I usually go over all new comic pages and adjust them to the established format. One thing I noticed was that you may have done the whole thing manually, while there's actually an automated script to help with that, so if you do any more comic pages in the future, using that would probably be more convenient.

--Justas 02:56, 9 June 2006 (PDT)


The comic says Self-Destraction, so I put it like that. o.o Also, sorry about the typos you have the edit. >.>; - AARST 21 August 1:19AM

Misspellings are usually left in in the transcription area (and perhaps noted), but I think they should be corrected when describing events, because 'self-destruction' is what really happened there.

--Justas 00:27, 21 August 2006 (PDT)


I keep forgetting to put the category thing on the onom.. a.. sound effect things. (I never can spell that word right on the first try. :) So thanks for going over those and fixing them up. Can you teach me the format for the colored boxes and stuff though, like on Comic 227?

--Errick 00:23, 7 October 2006 (PDT)

They're made with MediaWiki's template system. You can see the source for the simple sign one here.

Basically, you could just write {{Sign}} and it would use the default values, which give it yellow background, size 10 text and a label that says "Sign!": Sign!

But you can also change some of the values that you see in triple curly brackets in the source. The most common would be changing the 'text' value, which you can do like this:

{{Sign|text=Hello!}} -> Hello!

And if you also want to change the background color and/or font size:

{{Sign|bg=ff0000|size=15|text=Bigger, redder, better!}} -> Bigger, redder, better!

And while the Sign template is meant for inline boxes (which look ugly when the text inside has line breaks), there's also SignDiv for full blocks, which also has 'width' and 'align' values:

{{SignDiv|bg=5070c0|width=400|align=right|text=This looks kinda weird}} ->

This looks



And now that I look at it, I might have to add a text color value as well eventually.

--Justas 01:31, 7 October 2006 (PDT)

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