User talk:Dan

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Please do not post links to ROMS. Any further doing so will result in a ban from Datacrystal. Thanks for your cooperation; we just don't want to get into any legal issues over that.

I never posted any links to ROMs, as I already understood the rules regarding that. --Dan 08:30, 3 November 2005 (EST)

For example, http://www.datacrystal.org/wikid/index.php?title=Mega_Man_2&oldid=2788 --Gau 11:23, 3 November 2005 (EST)
If you look at the history, that was added by the person with IP address 209.205.36.33. --Dan 12:05, 3 November 2005 (EST)

Thanks for helping fix those links to ROMs. As a note for the future, please make the name of a hack a wiki-link, especially if there is no external link for the hack. --AnyoneEB 17:32, 4 November 2005 (EST)

Regarding clear - when the infobox is used in any browser that is up to standards (not Internet Explorer), the page gets all mangled. For example, open one of the pages in FireFox. It doesn't look good, does it? Pages should not be designed for Internet Explorer, as it doesn't use the correct standards. -- TheEmulatorGuy 8:32, 12 November 2005 (GMT+12)

Which version of Firefox is this? With 1.07 I get virtually identical renderings of http://www.datacrystal.org/wikid/index.php?title=Final_Fantasy_I&oldid=3072 with FF1.07, IE6 and Opera 7.54. --Labmaster Talk 17:53, 11 November 2005 (EST)
As Labmaster said, the pages look identical in virtually all of the major browsers. I use Firefox as my default browser, and it doesn't look mangled, but it does look needlessly long with clear. --Dan 07:23, 12 November 2005 (EST)
The "edit" links are pushed down to the bottom so they are all in one line - it looks very ugly. Maybe it could be changed so they don't appear? I'd be happy with that. --TheEmulatorGuy 8:24, 13 November 2005 (GMT+12)
The "edit" links can be disabled with a preference "Enable section editing via [edit] links" under "editing" in preferences. I am not sure what the default is for logged out users. --AnyoneEB 21:57, 14 November 2005 (EST)

Hi, I'm Gilgamesh, emulation researcher, former emulation programmer, and active editor on the main Wikipedia. I've started a new category, Category:Registered users, so that the editors can be listed similarly to Wikipedia's Category:Wikipedians. If you want to be listed in this category, you can add [[Category:Registered users]] to your user page and appear on the category page. Involvement is purely on a voluntary basis. - Gilgamesh 08:39, 21 November 2005 (EST)

It's been added to my User page. --Dan 09:29, 21 November 2005 (EST)

Dealing with spam

I noticed that you reverted a few spam edits recently. Could you please add the sites to the Spam blacklist? Follow the examples on that page, noting that only the domain name is matched. I do not have access to a very good internet connection right now, so it is difficult for me to handle that. --AnyoneEB 22:16, 2 July 2006 (EDT)