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JoshuaJSlone

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  • Hi Joshua! It's been a while.

    I've just edited Takagi Sayuki's page, and I made a chart for her discography in Hello! Project so then it won't be necessary to create a page for it.

    The thing is that when I write "Juice=Juice" in a tabber the "=" converts the chart in:

    Juice

    Do you know a way to put it correctly? (This happened too some months ago with the ReadMore template right?)

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    • Group names with weird characters certainly keep us on our toes when computers think they're being told something special!

      Right now it seems the database is temporarily locked for maintenance or whatever so I am unable to test a solution yet, so I'll write the two generic things I usually use in situations like this and which might come in handy in the future. By the time I'm able to reply I'll tell you which (if either) helps in this case.

      1. nowiki. If you put things between nowiki tags like <nowiki>Juice=Juice</nowiki>, it's supposed to prevent whatever is in there from being treated as wiki code.

      2. &; format. If you've looked at much HTML you may have seen things like & n b s p ; (without the spaces) used to represent a space, or & a m p ; for a &. This kind of thing can actually be used for basically any character, but other than those few common ones with text shorthands most just use a number to represent them. Here's a list Google quickly finds for me. It seems for = you can use & # 6 1 ; which should force it to just give an = that's treated like a regular character rather than part of the code.

      As it turns out... neither of these works in this case, unfortunately! They just fail in slightly different ways! Looking back you're right that ReadMore had problems with = too, but it doesn't look like the same kind of solution can be used here. (Well, other than avoiding using the equals character). I'm sure this must have come up before, but I can't right now find a tabber at the English wiki with it working properly or where it has been discussed, so right now I'm a bit stumped. I've asked at the general Wikia/Fandom technical support board, so maybe someone else can help.

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    • Unfortunately doesn't seem like there's a way, at least one anyone knows. After nobody knew at the tech support board for a few days I tried the Wikia contact thing, but they didn't know of a way either and their best suggestion was to use some similar character like ≡ or ≈ in its place. I think those would stick out, but I guess just handle it however you think best.

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    • Sorry for late response as always :/

      So there's no way to put it correctly, huh? I may just use JuiceJuice or Juice≈Juice.

      Thank you for your help as always!! >.<

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  • Hi, today editing the Budokan page, I put the ReadMore template with the file name "J=JBudokanteaser.jpg" (the image is uploaded on this wiki) and it doesn't work.

    Can you help me? :(

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    • Ahh, I think the problem is the = sign. A template can be fed values in ways like {{SomeDateTemplate|year=1955|month=11|day=05}}. So when you try to use that file name, what it's doing is assigning the value "JBudokanteaser.jpg" to the parameter "J".

      One possible solution is just to avoid file names that have an = in them. I just asked Google and found another decent one: add 1= in front of that file name. The reason is by default the first bit of info fed to the template goes the parameter "1", so starting it with 1= just ends up forcing it into the same place in a slightly different way. I've gone ahead and saved this change on the Budokan page.

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    • Oh, now I understand it. Thanks for your help as always! :D

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    • My pleasure. :)

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  • Hi!

    I changed the image because I realized that if I don't upload the images on this Wikia, they won't appear in the Read More section.

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    • Hmm. Haha, I hate to keep making this more complicated, but I see now one more step needed. :) When you renamed them it left redirects, so now Songforthedatecover.jpg still uses Songforthedatecover2.jpg in both places anyway. :) If you delete the redirects like this one it should go back to being able to treat them separately again.

      I'll go ahead and change the ReadMore uses to using the versions with 2 in the name since I can, though.

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    • Ok, I think they are all deleted now... xD

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  • Hi! I sent a request to the Wikia Comunity asking that if I can be an admin of this Wikia and they said that I have to ask you if you are agree with that, so do you agree with me being an admin?

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    • Looks like it's working okay to me.

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    • Ok! Thank you for your help!

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  • Hola, ¡bienvenido a Wiki Hello Project! Gracias por tu edición en la página S/mileage.

    Por favor, ¡déjame un mensaje si puedo ayudarte con cualquier cosa!

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