Your recent edits seem to be primarily focused on changing words to a synonym meaning, or mildly rephrasing a sentence to something else that generally has the same meaning and doesn't improve how it was formerly worded. That's not really productive, and I would focus on something else for now. Thanks.
For the record, this is still a recurring problem in your edits. As in here, it's not helpful to just change one word to its synonym meaning. It doesn't improve or affect the wording in any way. Additionally, as Scott has been pointing out, there's still technical issues when you edit table guides, so please find other pages to focus on. Also, let us know you're receiving these messages, so you understand our concerns. Thanks.
It appears you're still using VisualEditor despite admin instructions to change your settings in an earlier thread. You have not directly responded to our messages to show that you're reading them and following through; and yet also creating, and then deleting, multiple threads on user's message walls. Almost every edit you've made has been reverted, and you have not shown any improvements, or a willingness to improve, in your editing. Therefore, I'm sorry to say that you are going to be blocked indefinitely.
Users are expected to effectively communicate, work in cooperation with the rest of the community, abide by our policies and guidelines, and address concerns that are expressed by administrators. If you can't do that, then you are no longer welcome to contribute here.
When you edit an article, very specifically, how do you do it: what buttons do you push, links do you click, etc? What does the edit page look like when you're editing? Is there a bunch of code or does it have pictures on the page?
Hi Chris. Can you post a screenshot of what your editing settings look like in your Preferences please? Some of your recent edits have become technically problematic again and I'd like to figure out what's going on. Thanks!
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