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Instead of editing a page several times in a row, try using the preview button to make sure your edit looks the way you want it to. It's right next to the Save Page button. Please try it out, so as not to clog up the Recent Changes. Also, if you want to edit multiple sections of the page, make sure that you click "edit this page" at the top of the page rather than editing it by section. Thanks! --Masatoshi talk 00:36, 28 January 2021 (UTC)
About your changes to Teddiursa...
Is there any reason why you put the Pokédex entries in italics? If you're unsure about how some things are supposed to look like, try checking different Pokémon articles and see how they're made, that might give you better insight. --Masatoshi talk 00:36, 28 January 2021 (UTC)
- Honestly, that's the first time I've heard of that. Do you mind showing me an example of what you mean? Masatoshi talk 14:43, 28 January 2021 (UTC)
Apologies if I come across as harsh, but, even though the two gen III egg sprites appear to be identical, they are used in different games and therefore shouldn't be considered the same sprite. If you look at the file names for the gen III sprites of Pikachu, you'll notice that the Emerald sprite's file name, Spr 3e 025, clearly notes that it is from Emerald, not that it is animated. The Emerald egg sprite is named in the same way. This indicates that they two gen III egg sprites are different, rather than static and animated versions of the same image. By putting "animated" and "static," you're potentially misleading readers into believing that the animated egg sprite was used in Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed, and LeafGreen even though it wasn't. Having those game designations clearly indicates which sprite is in which game; "animated" and "static" do not. I suggest you undo your edit. Thanks. - SpinyShell (talk) 23:44, 14 February 2021 (UTC)
Im sorry,But Gen III Animated sprites Are the same as the Static one but only its animated,It seems to be misleading but it seems Good to see what it is animated or not,If you´re playing emerald and Someone got a egg,It seems to be identical,Compare The Static (Used before emerald) and Animated (used in emerald) It is identical however the Animated Sprite has animation while the static one do not,They´re not different,just identical,You can see the Static one if you´re playing Games that were released before Emerald and you could see the animated one in Emerald. I´ve learned This after i Learned on a Hack Rom based on Fire Red and Possibly comparing to emerald.--Leokids (Splash!) (talk) 23:57, 14 February 2021 (UTC)
- Just because two sprites look the same doesn't mean they are the same, as I explained above. Readers can already tell that one is static and one is animated by just viewing the page. However, without clarification they do not know if the two sprites were used in the same game, which is why having 'Image from Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed and LeafGreen' and 'Image from Pokémon Emerald' is helpful. The static sprite is not from the same game as the animated sprite, hence the designations. --SpinyShell (talk) 00:58, 15 February 2021 (UTC)
A few things
- Do not repeatedly revert edits, it falls under edit warring and is a blockable offense. If you disagree with an edit, do not simply revert them, go to their talk page. Anime images should depict a more recent appearance of the Pokemon, not an appearance from over a decade ago.
- Do not create usertags in the mainspace. Create them in you userpage and wait for it to be approved.
- Do not edit other user's useerpages, they are not yours to simply edit.
- Im going to respond.
- Its okay i guess. Why does Anime Images should depict a more recent appearance? Not that from over a decade ago?
- 1. Because it's more recent, and if it's available, we should be using it. It doesn't matter if you think the older picture is better, it should always be of the most recent appearance.
- 3. Because it's not your userpage. You don't own it so you can't just go on their userpage and make additional edits.--ForceFire 05:12, 28 February 2021 (UTC)
Talk pages are for suggesting improvements of an articles, not for idle chat. You can go to the forums for that. If you don't have one, make one. If you continue to misuse the talk page to ask simple questions that belong on the forums, you may receive a block. Thank you.--ForceFire 14:25, 25 March 2021 (UTC)