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Elian, weitere Vorschläge:

  • auf dem Spickzettel ein Datum zu haben "Version <nn> Stand: <Datum>" und evt. den Editor (User/Nickname) als "Bearbeitung durch:..." oder ähnlich.
  • den Spickzettel-Link (dann wieder) auf der de:Hauptseite aufzuführen. --Wikinaut


This ought to go on a mousepad in the CafePress store. Mindspillage (spill yours?) 16:56, 27 August 2005 (UTC)

French version[edit]

French version here. Please review and correct. Solensean 11:14, 20 October 2005 (UTC)

reviewed. Thanks a lot Sol. WikiThanks.png Anthere 14:00, 21 October 2005 (UTC)

Swedish version[edit]

Swedish version here. Review appreciated, please convert to pdf version. --Peobe 05:39, 5 June 2006 (UTC)

Turkish Version[edit]

Turkish version is here. I have send a mesage to Elian but he/she didn't contact me(I think he/she is away). Ruzgar 14:48, 8 July 2006 (UTC)

English variation[edit]

There's a variation upon this we're using at w:Wikipedia:Cheatsheet. It was linking to Image:Cheatsheet-en.pdf from it's 'See also' section, but I've changed it to link here. Just letting maintainers here know. (It's a slightly reduced list, with a couple of additions, and is still subject to change. Though it's becoming quite widely linked) Thanks. :) --Quiddity 07:57, 11 October 2006 (UTC)

Add button icons to cheatsheet?[edit]

How about adding these shortcut icons to the table: Button bold.png Button italic.png Button link.png Button extlink.png Button headline.png Button image.png Button media.png Button math.png Nowiki icon.png Button sig.png Button hr.png Just a thought..

results or (lousy) description of results?[edit]

as it is, the cheatsheet is rather confusing. Many of the purported 'results' are not such. For example, if you type

[ Text] you don't get External link

whereas if you type

''italic'' you do get: italic

Much better the CheatSheet at

PDF generation of the cheatsheet? source available?[edit]

Just wondering if the sources of the PDF document are available somewhere? Is that LaTeX or something else?

The cheatsheets have been made using a proprietary software (Adobe InDesign) and proprietary fonts (Gill Sans). They're in the process of being remade using free tools (see Wikimedia documents initiative) and their source code will be available, but it'll take some time. guillom 07:17, 22 May 2009 (UTC)

Basque version[edit]

Basque version here, already reviewed. Please convert to PDF version. --Unai Fdz. de Betoño 15:09, 20 July 2011 (UTC)

See first draft. --Kaganer 11:39, 1 August 2011 (UTC)

ALL LANGUAGES: interwiki links on cheatsheet wikidata[edit]

Just a heads The Cheatsheets should be reviewed because of the change from interwiki-links to wikidata --DerekvG (talk) 10:00, 25 May 2015 (UTC)