Going on a block on enwiki
Hi! On enwiki, while I try to edit the sandbox using the "Edit" tab there () using this link, will I see this text and I checked the IP address's contributions page, block log, and on the "blocklist" page, no blocklog is found, no matching results on the blocklog page, and on Special:Blocklist says the page "the requested IP address or username is not blocked", i did not found any autoblocks on my IP address, but I tried to edit (on the sandbox), see I this message:
You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason:
You are currently unable to edit Wikipedia.
You are still able to view pages, but you are not currently able to edit, move, or create them.
Editing from Psl631 has been blocked (disabled) by NinjaRobotPirate for the following reason(s):
Abusing multiple accounts: Please see: Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Psl85: trolling while blocked
This block has been set to expire: no expiry set.
Even if blocked, you will usually still be able to edit your user talk page and email other editors and administrators.
Other useful links: Blocking policy · Username policy · Appealing blocks: policy and guide
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It appears that I are logged in as Psl631 and I aren't logged in! The text above will I see on all pages (including my own talk page and other pages), and I are not logged in there and the page says that I are logged in, I trying to edit and I see the blockedtext. There may be an technical issue on my account. I logged in quickly, then logged out (on simplewiki). Can an user examine the problem or lock the Psl631 account and I continue to contribute anonymously? 220.127.116.11 18:45, 20 May 2018 (UTC)
- Hi 46. - your IP range is blocked on the English Wikipedia. You will need to appeal the block - TNT❤ 19:04, 20 June 2018 (UTC)
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