User talk:Alfwyn

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If you notice NOTOC on pages that you think should have a TOC, please remove it. Some pages were made early on with that put on the pages when it shouldn't have been. Thanks! --Equinox 20:17, 18 March 2011 (UTC)


No, it's not. :) I haven't gotten around to that. I'm not even sure what that particular editor meant by dungeon. Possibly gate? The terms that I think are the real ones are:

  • gate
  • tier
  • level (at X depth)

There might be some other wording floating around that someone has edited into the wiki that isn't terminology actually used in the game. Feel free to take your best guess at which one they meant and ask me about it if you're not feeling comfortable with the choice you made. --Equinox 21:59, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

Well, I guess what is meant is the collection of levels/floors that can be entered by a gate. I haven't found ingame terminology for such a subsection of the Clockworks. --Alfwyn 22:06, 31 March 2011 (UTC)
Maybe just call it "Clockworks" then. Thanks for the fix to the hidden header thing! I could have sworn I tried display: none and that made it not want to add my header. I must've done it wrong :) --Equinox 22:33, 31 March 2011 (UTC)
I waded into the pile and saw the issue. I've updated and merged Clockworks Tiers into Clockworks. Also added a mention of Clockworks Terminals into there as well. I think I got rid of all the unstandard wording, but there may be some stragglers out there. --Equinox 03:03, 1 April 2011 (UTC)

Left alignment of icons

I've at least temporarily reverted your change to the vending list because switching the icons from inline to left aligned make the item name text not line up vertically with the item price. I'd prefer for visual neatness in that manner. That's why most of the icons were not left aligned in the various templates that are used in tables. --Equinox 22:19, 5 April 2011 (UTC)

Yes, I see that the side-effect of left aligning the images is undesirable. The only thing I could come up with, that avoids the top aligned text but keeps it right of the image in case of multiple lines was a nested table approach (see [1], only done for the Cyclops Cap there). Is that worth the trouble? --Alfwyn 12:13, 6 April 2011 (UTC)
Probably not. Are there spots where it regularly wants to be two lines? --Equinox 22:54, 6 April 2011 (UTC)
Well, that depends heavily on browser width and font size. I changed the templates when I observed two lines. --Alfwyn 15:32, 7 April 2011 (UTC)

Template:Hidden header

Weirdly they stopped working as anchors, clicking on it in the TOC wouldn't take you anywhere. I'm not sure why. It started working again when I undid your switch to display:none. I don't have time to test it out to see if that was really it or if there was some other odd wiki glitch. So if you have time to poke at it, that'd be great. Or I'll try poking at it another time when I'm able. --Equinox 03:33, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

Hm, I'd guess that could depend on the browser used. It should be the browsers job to find the anchor of the header in the page. --Alfwyn 22:09, 17 April 2011 (UTC)
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