User talk:Gwicke

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Hi Aoineko,

i'm wondering if the hieroglyphs need to be displayed just line-wise or also column-wise. If it's just linewise a simple span could replace the table. That would make the code cleaner and would bring pages with hiero parts closer to validation. The only thing needed to prevent lines from wrapping would be a hiero class on the span with white-space: nowrap; set. Currently hiero bits included in captions or inside lists don't validate, the span would solve that. -- Gwicke 12 avr 2004 à 22:06 (CEST)

Hieroglyphs also need to be displayed column-wise. If you can explain me the problem in details, I'll try to make the script as close as possible to the validation. In fact, I didn't understand the problem ; Table are not validation compliant? Aineko 01:20, 13 Apr 2004 (UTC)

Move zh (Chinese) to Coronelli?[edit]

At Upgrade discussion April 2004 I mention some CPU load data and load profiles which appear to make it a good idea to move zh caching from Browne to Coronelli. What do you think of this idea? Jamesday 11:11, 23 Apr 2004 (UTC)

The squids are supposed to be in a dns round robin for a few months now, hope that happens at some stage. Two minutes or so to set up, but it doesn't seem to be Jason's highest priority. -- Gwicke 12:29, 23 Apr 2004 (UTC)

External link icons[edit]

I was just thinking about the little icons in Monobook which show up for External Links. I understand that the correct icon is determined by the class attribute of the HTML link, and that currently all links out of the current wiki are classed as external. Would it be a great stretch to distinguish between links to another wiki and real external links i.e. outside of wikipedia/wiktionary/etc? Users could then choose to have the interwiki links displayed using a different icon, or a different colour as before. HTH HAND --Phil 10:49, 28 May 2004 (UTC)

I did exactly this a few weeks ago- sorry for not responding here. -- Gwicke 22:44, 17 Jun 2004 (UTC)

IE-triggering[edit]

I read your message, but unfortunately didn'd understand. 'IF you know how to test if a variable is set in js without already triggering the IE warning, let me know.' Sorry, I understand only "station"... maybe you can try in german? thanks --WikiWichtel 16:01, 16 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Should be solved now, a typeof ta == "undefined" test did the trick (to test if the variable is defined without already creating an IE notice). -- Gwicke 22:43, 17 Jun 2004 (UTC)
ah, thanks alot --WikiWichtel 12:32, 23 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Help!!![edit]

hi, can you please tell me how to translate urdu wikipedia main interface im tried of searching WiseSabre

Your admin status[edit]

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