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::I wish I knew. Like I said, I'm guessing it's the html code not playing well with the wiki code. The wheel acronyms with clickable links was a good idea in theory but turning out to be a pain, but so far, just with the PR5's. I've been meaning to hitup Danny/Toughpigs who seems to be the coding guy. There was conversation started about coding when I wanted an easier way to add lines to the table with descriptions in code view, but not viewing. See the Talk page on the Beetle cup VW that FE'd with a long and short stripe.
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[[User:Ranugad|ranugad]] 01:14, May 13, 2010 (UTC)

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A Working Solution

Please check out my new blog article: User_blog:BigBadBrad01/A_Working_Solution. Lets try to make everyone happy again! :) BigBadBrad01 06:48, May 12, 2010 (UTC)


I'l check it out, but I seriousy doubt I'll be happy again here while HaarHitler keeps preaching from his pulpit and wielding his witlesss opinions around!!

ranugad 07:16, May 12, 2010 (UTC)

My E-Mail Is Always Open For Those Who Want To Talk To Me

Bob, you won't be able to write anything or respond here for a week, but I'm more than glad to listen to what you've got to say if you e-mail me with it. We're both sensible adults, right? My e-mail address can be found on my user page. I just have one question on my mind right now: Why did you undo a perfectly good edit on the Radar Ranger page? I thought what you had done looked quite nice. If you can give me an honest answer to that question, you're more of a man than I thought you were. Kenny HaarFager 06:49, April 30, 2010 (UTC)


Debates

I hope I did'nt ruffle too many feathers in our latest heated debate. No harm intended. Its nice to see someone not back down against me, and stand up to their cause!! I look forward to our next big disagreement. =P Sinnin 10:46, April 23, 2010 (UTC)


Lucky for you Hope Springs Eternal, and I suspect you'll ruffle many more with your tact - or should I say Lack thereof.
I'd bet dollas ta donuts you haven't read this:
Good Faith

Personal attacks: Once you've made a personal attack, the target will probably assume bad faith. The edit war will get even uglier. People, like elephants, rarely forget

And I'd give even better odds thst the principles in this article too are foreign to you.
Wiki Etiquette
And your last statement indicates to me that you may have no desire to make this a relaxing hobby - you HUNT for disagreements. ...and still I hold my tongue...

ranugad 14:34, April 23, 2010 (UTC)

Just Curious

Bob, I noticed one of the editing comments you left was, "CRS strikes again," on the Piranha Terror page. Does "CRS" refer to another user? I'm just asking because I like to look into all possible trouble that might arise, in my duty as administator. That and I'm a noseyparker! Kenny HaarFager 02:07, April 3, 2010 (UTC)

No, CRS is a medical condition. When left unchecked develops into full on Alzheimer's. bob
Sorry to hear that! Kenny. Oh, you can remove the file delete request below, I took care of it. HaarFager 04:09, April 3, 2010 (UTC)
Kenny, if you'da googled crs, youda known I was joshin ya. (Can't Remember it - and don't forget CSS

, Can't See it) bob

Now if you had said "CSS" to begin with, I would have thought you were talking about some glitch in the programming code. CSS stands for "cascading style sheet" in html programming and I thought that CRS was some other kind of abbreviation for html programming. So hence my curiosity. I thought you were either talking about some other user by using initials or some kind of programming glitch. I need to get out more! I'm way behind the times! HaarFager 11:44, April 3, 2010 (UTC)

Thats pretty cool, I had to go into the edit history to figure out what your talking about. The only problem i see is that most of our acronyms are for wheels and have links to the wheel page. but if it works with links then that is really cool! Sinnin 10:17, April 9, 2010 (UTC)


I think I just had an Aha moment... FTE


ranugad 21:59, April 13, 2010 (UTC)


I'm curious if anyone even noticed how the wheels look on the Custom '69 Chevy page. I figured out how to make them clickable. My guess is that the use of html code and the auto replacement of the ' in Rhielman's is causing this, or maybe the additional tag tt that I don't recall actually putting in the original code.

ranugad 15:05, May 12, 2010 (UTC)

Custom '69 Chevy

I tried adding a few pictures to the Custom '69 Chevy page and had noticed you talking about the page messing up. When previewing my changes I see that the coding for the wheels messes up and changes even though that wasn't part of my edit. I'm new and just add a few things from time to time but was wondering if you could explain whats going on with that page since you had commented on it before. Until then I will leave the page alone and not interfere.

--msgtcody 20:02, May 12, 2010 (UTC)


I wish I knew. Like I said, I'm guessing it's the html code not playing well with the wiki code. The wheel acronyms with clickable links was a good idea in theory but turning out to be a pain, but so far, just with the PR5's. I've been meaning to hitup Danny/Toughpigs who seems to be the coding guy. There was conversation started about coding when I wanted an easier way to add lines to the table with descriptions in code view, but not viewing. See the Talk page on the Beetle cup VW that FE'd with a long and short stripe.

ranugad 01:14, May 13, 2010 (UTC)

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