Difference between revisions of "Talk:Super Mario World:SMW Status Bar Editor"

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Pages specific to a game should start with the name of the game and a colon as per DataCrystal's [[Help:Page_names|page naming conventions]]. In addition, I felt it was repetitive to have "Super Mario World" and "SMW" in the page title. Is "SMW" part of the name of the utility (and therefore should the page name be changed to "Super Mario World:SMW Status Bar Editor") or is it called "SMW Status Bar Editor" just indicate what game it is for? --[[User:AnyoneEB|AnyoneEB]] 00:58, 23 Oct 2005 (EDT)
 
Pages specific to a game should start with the name of the game and a colon as per DataCrystal's [[Help:Page_names|page naming conventions]]. In addition, I felt it was repetitive to have "Super Mario World" and "SMW" in the page title. Is "SMW" part of the name of the utility (and therefore should the page name be changed to "Super Mario World:SMW Status Bar Editor") or is it called "SMW Status Bar Editor" just indicate what game it is for? --[[User:AnyoneEB|AnyoneEB]] 00:58, 23 Oct 2005 (EDT)
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The name of the program is "SMW Status Bar Editor". I didn't add "Super Mario World:" to the page name, since it had "SMW" in it... It felt redundant. Anyway. I'll follow that rule in the future. --Smallhacker

Latest revision as of 05:39, 23 October 2005

Pages specific to a game should start with the name of the game and a colon as per DataCrystal's page naming conventions. In addition, I felt it was repetitive to have "Super Mario World" and "SMW" in the page title. Is "SMW" part of the name of the utility (and therefore should the page name be changed to "Super Mario World:SMW Status Bar Editor") or is it called "SMW Status Bar Editor" just indicate what game it is for? --AnyoneEB 00:58, 23 Oct 2005 (EDT)

The name of the program is "SMW Status Bar Editor". I didn't add "Super Mario World:" to the page name, since it had "SMW" in it... It felt redundant. Anyway. I'll follow that rule in the future. --Smallhacker