- "Constitution Act 1867":  and  John Vandenberg 09:36, 18 January 2008 (UTC)
- Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 needs some lovin. John Vandenberg 04:55, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Welcome aboard! Hesperian 05:23, 19 January 2008 (UTC)
Your help please...Edit
Thanks for the heads-up. Yes, I would like to try out the new buttons.
Can I ask for some help. I don't want to accidentally permanently restore those files. If I were to click "restore", is there a further request for confirmation before the files are actually restored? If not how does one look at deleted texts?
Thanks! Geo Swan 14:37, 11 June 2008 (UTC)
- Oh, well, I was actually asking for deletion... but to answer your question.
- When you open Special:Undelete (eg. Special:Undelete/Pokemon) you get a screen with the list of edits to that title, and an option to restore all (by not checking any boxes)/restore some (by checking boxes). If you fill in the reason field, choose what you want to restore, and click "restore", it absolutely does really truely restore the page. :)
- There are diff links for each history item, so you can check diffs without having to restore. Hope this helps! giggy (:O) 09:28, 12 June 2008 (UTC)
- Yes, that does help. Thanks! Geo Swan 16:14, 13 June 2008 (UTC)
Well done; you rock. It is a good feeling to finish something that big. Hesperian 02:58, 23 June 2008 (UTC)
- Thanks for picking that up. I changed the <pre> to <poem>, which is business as usual except that it honours line breaks. Your other option would have been to put <br/> at the end of each line.
- Having a single link sitting alone on a page like that looks a bit stupid, so feel free to delete it if you want. But first lend me your ears for a sec.
- I'm a big rap for linking all references to authors and sources, as I love the idea of being about to track back and forth through related texts. There is a nice example at Flora Australiensis/Volume V/CIV. Proteaceae/28. Banksia#Banksia ilicifolia, where you can read what Bentham wrote about that species, then click on a reference to Lindley's A Sketch of the Vegetation of the Swan River Colony, and end up at exactly the right place in that text. Pretty soon I'll have Brown's On the Proteaceae of Jussieu up too, and then it will be possible to click through to that source too.
- Or if you'd prefer an example from an Australian history text, how about this from Discoveries in Australia/Volume 1/Chapter 3:
- "Their religious opinions, so far as I have been able to obtain any information on the subject, are exceedingly vague and indefinite. That they do not regard the grave as man's final resting place, may, however, be fairly concluded, from the superstition I have just alluded to, and that they believe in invisible and superior powers—objects of dread and fear, rather than veneration or love—has been testified in Captain Grey's most interesting chapter upon Native Customs, and confirmed by my own experience."
- Hope I've convinced you.
- Hesperian 12:20, 25 June 2008 (UTC)
Personal Recollections of Joan of ArcEdit
Thanks for your message, Giggy. Teofilo 12:25, 28 July 2008 (UTC)