Anthony, I know you love changing links as soon as a new page is added, but it doesn't hurt to wait a few minutes sometimes, for the person who added the page and may already be working on it. I just lost my entire reworking of Adam Barr because you changed it after I started.
Please keep that in mind (most of the time it results in a conflict but the text is still saved; this time it wasn't.)
There's the Parker Lewis page mentioned, here, and a couple months back there was this.
This happens periodically, but since some of the same editors also remove other spaces in the article (like between info boxes and article text), it's not always clear to me how many of them are bugs and how many just someone's editing habits. This one and a few others by User:Tinyirnfist0 might be on purpose.
Oh, yeah. That happens for everybody unless they've checked "Disable Category module" in here. That's a secondary reason why __NOWYSIWYG__ is helpful at the bottom of edit pages: it helps with the spacing.
Hey man, nice job on all the eka template updates! Just so you know, if you find an eka or a first being used somewhere that it's not needed, feel free to remove it. Here is a prime example: Walter (vampire) has a page, so noting his eka or first appearance in a gallery isn't any more useful than listing an eka for Ernie in a similar setting. If you're unsure, feel free to ask. Thanks again!
Hi, just a reminder when linking titles, check the context to make sure they're actually the same. This has happened every now and then in your edits (i.e. confusing the Marvel Avengers and the British TV series The Avengers). If you're not sure, you can check the person's IMDb page, compare the cast lists on the pages, or in many cases it's actually in the article (i.e. if the article specifies this is a video game and what you're trying to link is a TV show and there's no known tie-in, then leave it alone).
That's all very cool. But I'm just focused on episode pages that have the full Episode Guide category. Heads up, I'm not gonna be very active here for the next 2 days since I just had my wisdom teeth taken out. So I'm gonna spend most of the next 2 days in bed.
Hey Ant, just wanted to say thank you for checking the PBS airings for new Sesame Street episodes, and for reconfirming the airdates for last season's shows after another user (now blocked) had added false dates. Info like that from online schedules can easily disappear, and it's great when a reliable editor catches that in time and we have every airdate (and edit) accounted for. You've been doing an awesome job keeping track, and I wanted to let you know your contributions are valued. :)
Hi, Anthony! Just a reminder (something I noticed while working on Spencer Lott), if you cite a message on social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.), please to link to it if it's public, or at least specify the date it was posted if it isn't. Thanks!