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Again, welcome! John Vandenberg 13:12, 14 January 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Excellent news ... edit

Another person contributing to DNB! Welcome and thanks. We have designed some good cheats shortcuts and have a project page at Wikisource:WikiProject DNB. If you are going to be around, we are happy to assist as required.   -- billinghurst (talk) 03:07, 19 July 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

EB1911 tools edit

  • header template, {{EB1911}}, at the top.
  • {{bbsc|Bigger bolder small caps}} → Bigger bolder small caps
  • {{EB1911 Shoulder Heading| }} Insert the template just before the first word where the text is displaced by the heading.
  • {{small-caps|Austro-Hungarian Monarchy}} Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Wikisource-specific: {{sc|}}
  • {{EB1911 Fine Print| }}

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The Shape of Things to Come edit

For your info, I am not sure of the copyright status of this work seeing it was published in 1933, so I have started a conversation linked from the page. billinghurst (talk) 01:09, 21 November 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]