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Marking edits as minor
Hello there! Not all edits are minor, and most of yours are not. I'm guessing you have a setting toggled to mark them all as minor by default for you, this will cause a lot of trouble for you and it is best to undo that setting by hitting the save button after clicking here. Happy editing! ShoeMaker (Contribs • Message • Email) 13:42, February 27, 2017 (EST)
- Many thanks for the advice. I switched it off. --Hintereisen (Contribs • ⇑ top ⇑ • Email) 13:49, February 27, 2017 (EST)
- Indenting with spaces on MediaWiki wikis causes the section of text to be "preformatted" text. The proper way to indent on talk pages is using threading with asterisks like I've fixed this discussion to do. Note that some people also use colons for indenting and the difference is that
* makes it a bulleted list (easier to see where each comment starts and follow discussions) and
: does not. See Help:Lists for more details on the different types of lists. :) DDOstream (Contribs • Message • Email) 09:21, February 28, 2017 (EST)