Help talk:Adding a game
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"Also, if a game has a playable demo that is known to work, please add [[Category:Has_Playable_Demo]] to the game's page."
Shouldn't this read [[Category:Has_Working_Demo]]? - Ciaran 00:57, 6 Oct 2004 (CEST)
Hey - good catch! Should be fixed now - thanks! :) - Pacula
Just testing, since i've never played around with disscusion pages. Perhaps horizontal lines work best? Maybe we could change the way the comment posts look if you use the add a comment page.
Thanks for fixing it. :) BTW, another thing you should probably do when commenting is to use "~~~~" (four tilde signs) for your name - this will get expanded into "Ciaran 11:14, 6 Oct 2004 (CEST)" or similar when you post. Can be quite useful. :) - Ciaran 11:14, 6 Oct 2004 (CEST) (fairly obviously) :D
Aravi 15:48, 14 Dec 2004 (CET)
Just one comment, with the style of documenting issues. Would a division of issues between fixable/non-fixable be wise? I've often gone for "Troubleshooting" for fixable issues (and included an explanation how), and an "Unresolved Issues" which lists issues that haven't been fixed and anything that may be known about them (for the sake of people who might have the knowledge required to attempt to find a fix).
Although arguably, the basic issues format is easier to create. A good discussion on the merits of both styles might be ideal.
jzono1 18:24, 14 Dec 2004 (CET)Um, shouldn't 4.2 be included in the template for "Cedega Version Tested?"
How the hell does one actually go about adding a game to the wiki?
I've been spending an hour or so trying to find out how to add a game to the wiki, but I can't seem to figure out what link to press. What do I do?
Just go to a page that doesn't exist yet. For example, if I wanted to add the game "Fred's Day Off", I would go to:
http://digital-conquest.ath.cx/wiki/index.php/Fred's Day Off and click edit. (The wiki can deal with spaces and other "bad" characters.) Use the template provided, and fill in all the information.
Evilmrhenry 02:27, 24 Jun 2005 (CEST)
Removing Cleanup templates
The HELP page shows one how to add cleanup tags but not how to remove them. I've tested a demo and would like to remove the "demo has not yet been tested" block.
CamiloSan 14:31, 23 Mar 2006 (EST)
duh, I got it - click on the EDIT tab of the wiki page. Sorry, my first time wiki'ing
Game Info table
Draugath 17:28, 26 December 2007 (EST)--