Hi there. I'm not absolutey sure that this is something you can even do, but seeing as how you manage at least some other wikis and seem to be very closely acquainted with FANDOM in general, I thought it was at least worth trying to ask you about this; for a while now, I've been thinking it would be a great idea if words that are misspelt could be underlined in red in a similar vein to programs like Microsoft Word so that users are more likely to notice their mistakes and correct them before posting. As someone who is very self-conscious about using proper spelling and grammar, it can be quite a nuisance to keep looking out for spelling mistakes that are made due to typing fast only to realize I missed something, even after spellchecking a comment or an addition to a page before posting it, which makes me have to go back and edit them just to fix the spelling. I think this way, it would be much easier to both be able to correct mistakes before posting something and fix any existing typos on any given pages since they'll be highlighted when you're in the editing stage.
So... what do you think? Does that seem like a good idea, and is it possible to implement that not only here, but on other FANDOM wikis as well?
We have that in editing mode. While editing hit "Source" up on the top left. It shows all your writing in basic, and will underline any misspelled words. As a preview, when responding to this hit the "[ ]" button on the bottom as a preview of the same type of feature for walls. "Visual" goes back to the default editing, or the Eye icon here on the walls.
A user named JayHas is edit-warring, edit-spamming, & keeps making deleted/condemned pages such as Rex Pester & Reece Tenneson recently without first asking the wiki admins for permission despite warnings & the rules.
Your page for Wolf (Chirin no Suzu) uses the ambiguous name given to him in the English dub, but in parentheses next to his name you attribute the name to the original Japanese name, Chirin no Suzu. This is blatantly incorrect information being presented on you wiki.
Oh golly I sound mad about it, but I'm really not. I'm just trying to be informative. I always come across as aggressive when I'm trying to be informative...
I am not sure if you guys are connected with Evil Wiki. But I felt a lot of unfairness to one of the moderators and adminstrators from the Evil Wiki. The intially suggested that I edit a page of theirs. I work on it and then they wanted me to change the image names. They then still prevent me from adding the new changes for making a Gallery Page for the Even Evil Has Standards and then I tell them that they were the ones who asked me to edit the Gallery Page. They then object against the edit I made for the Gallery and removed everything off of Gallery and told me not to add anything onto it keeping it empty and say that that's part of the rules. I was wondering if you or anyone else could ask or talk to someone from Evil Wiki to have a word with B1b. The way they make the rules comes off as egotistical, but I am not saying that b1b is egotistical. They just don't really have a good way of enforcing fairness.
I joined FANDOM becuase I noticed flase information that I wanted to fix, but I accidentally messed something up on antother wiki and got a beat down by an admin, so I was just wondering, could you do an edit for me?
It's on the page of the villain Blackguard, the notes say that Nathan Fillion will be potraying him the the upcoming movie "The Suicide Squad", this information is false, as it has been confirmed Fillion will be playing the hero Arm-Fall-Off-Boy (I kid you not).