Great work with the what if? section
Hope you won't mind praise...? I have also been working on the table in the what if? section but nice to see someone actually fill a bit out for each entry. So great and welcome to explain wiki.
I would though ask you not to delete any content on this talk page. This is a talk page and the custom on any wiki is to not delete any talk, but only add more content and keep the editing of others work to the main articles. This is the rest of this communities way to contact you in case you kept doing something you should not (or they think you should not), so they did not have to revert your edits over and over. I can see you have already deleted the first entry... (And he was right by the way, you have to be a member for some time before you can start new pages). You can check my talk page out to see how it will look if you do a lot of work here.
Your main page is for your own use only though.
Regarding you edit on what if? the entry with AAAAAAAAAA gave a problem with the table since there is not way to split such a long line of A's so I have shortened it. It is this kind of input you might get.
Did you by the way notice that a new what if? came up yesterday the day after you edit to the table?
- Hi, I said to not use this here because I am a bit worried about smap after my computer stooped asking me if I was an automated bot. To all others, ignore the above. Dontknow (talk) 18:21, 10 March 2017 (UTC)
- Hi again. I'm not sure what smap is and what you mean? I think the first commenter here had a valid point, and I think you should put his comments in again, and maybe just delete those two sentences above. It is frowned upon if you delete others input. Correcting a typing error or the layout style for comments is fine (did that to your comment here, just for that reason ;-). But not deleting it. Also own comments should not be deleted. If really disliked because you change your meaning, a strike out would be useful. So others can see that you both stopped meaning that but still could see what others below have replied to. Keep up any good work you are doing. --Kynde (talk) 15:59, 11 March 2017 (UTC)