Message from ThatLoudSheep
Hi! Thank's for your lovely words of my family I made! I wish I could show you pictures of them.. I currently am sick with a sore throat and a stuffy nose but i'm still alive!! <3 The names were chosen with my own smart mind.. The glitch (( If your wondering <3 )) that happended is when you know in The Sims 3 Seasons? And you make a igloo? My sims (( Hannah and Rene )) Got stuck.. Oof i'm going to try and play them again.. Wish me luck and have a great day!
Re:Re:Message from ThatLoudSheep
- The images you added were slightly low quality. For example the elder images legs are slightly cut off, and LostInRiverview did say to update the template after getting higher quality images.
- The Sims 4 versions of the toddler and baby icons were missing, making the icons inconsistent in pages.
- There has already been a discussion regarding this same idea here and it was suggested to not use these life stage icons, due to them becoming very hard to see on a white background.
- After you did these edits to the template, you seemed to create a sandbox to possibly test how it looks like. (Correct me if I'm wrong) This makes it look like a test edit and from my experience here on The Sims Wiki, test edits should be done in a separate test template, rather than the main one, as it could cause problems and probably confusion.
- You seemed to leave the template as it is after you tested it, despite not adding the toddler and baby icons. You probably were going to add them some time later, but that should've been done in the same bunch of edits, not over two hours later. When, for example, updating a template that appears on hundreds of pages, the update should be done in a separate test template. You check out the current icons and improve how they look, add the missing ones when you feel like it, and when the test template is 100% good in your opinion, then move the source code to the main template. That way you can have hours and week lasting breaks from updating the template, without affecting the main pages.
The rollback was accidental, but I was still going to undo it manually and explain this shortly in the edit summary, but here it is and I hope you understand. Thanks. - SimDestroyer (talk) 05:18, April 20, 2018 (UTC)
I want to say thanks for recreating asleep as an emotion page I was previously going to do it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Cheseburgermac (talk • contribs) 18:31, May 27, 2018 (UTC) - Please sign your comments with ~~~~
With regards to this edit, note that the user had not edited since last being warned by Cheseburgermac. There is no need to add further warnings to the user's talk page if they have not vandalized since being warned. Adding further warnings usually results in the issue being needlessly rekindled, or makes the user feel intimidated as if they're being ganged up against.
In addition, you may wish to read The Sims Wiki:Warning as to why we issue warnings, and you may want to consider using one of several prewritten warning templates available for use. If you choose to continue writing out warnings manually, you may also want to read some of the prewritten warning templates and seeing how they're written; specifically, when issuing a "Level One" warning, it is important that the message does not accuse the user of bad conduct, but instead attempts to explain the issue in an informative tone. The tone, choice of words, and the length of your messages determines how users will feel about the messages they receive. Thanks, —k6ka 🍁 (Talk · Contributions) 01:31, May 28, 2018 (UTC)
Rollback request approved
Congratulations on your successful nomination for rollback! You may be wondering what the tool is all about, so here is a brief introduction:
Rollback is a feature of the MediaWiki software that runs many websites, namely Wikipedia and Wikia. It allows all consecutive edits made by one user to be undone in one click.
What rollback does. Rollback only works on the latest edit (current revision) in an article. If you click on rollback, it acts immediately. Instructing the server to perform rollback will revert all consecutive edits made by one user to the last revision not made by that user. For instance, if User A made 6 edits in a row to The Sims 2, and no one else edited after them, using rollback will revert all 6 of those edits to the last edit not made by User A.
When to use it. Because rollback does not allow for a custom edit summary, it should only be used for obvious vandalism. It should not be used to revert good faith edits or edits that have good intentions. If a good faith edit needs to be reverted, use the undo function or manually revert the edit and provide an explanation in the edit summary.
You can use rollback to:
- Revert obvious vandalism
- Revert your own edits (AKA self-reverting)
- Revert edits in your own userspace (e.g. your userpage or your user talk page)
- Revert a large amount of edits that are deemed unhelpful, such as a malfunctioning bot, as long as an explanation is posted somewhere, perhaps at the talk page of the bot.
What if I accidentally click it? It happens, because rollback works instantly. If you do accidentally rollback an edit you didn't intend to revert, just manually revert the edit and explain it was a mistake.
What else do I do after reverting vandalism? It's not strictly required, but it would be appropriate to warn the vandal on their user talk page. You can either use a hand-written warning or a pre-written warning message.
Have any questions? You can ask me at my my talk page.
Meh. You know. Good friends always have to follow paths. I was just doing my own thing till I found you on this Wiki. Decided to follow your path again! Besides, I do play The Sims 3 as well! --Awesomelkeyou ~ Roblox Player (talk) 01:51, June 4, 2018 (UTC)
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