User talk:IvanGodinez21

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Removal of talk page discussions


I must ask you not to remove talk page discussions in the future. Other users may be interested in commenting on the topic, and removing them won't solve the issue (even if the issue appears to be resolved) and/or might appear as that you are trying to avoid contact.

Wikis as a whole works best when users are cooperative and are willing to listen to what the other user has on their mind, which is also why users try to reach out to you if you've made a mistake rather than not saying anything at all and letting you continue, which then could become detrimental to the Wiki.

I believe the issue with Google Translate has been resolved, but please keep in mind: if you are unsure of whether an edit is beneficial to the Wiki or not, then please don't hesitate to create a new discussion or join our IRC channel. Thanks . . Wookipan (talk | contribs) 13:40, 11 September 2018 (UTC)

First I'm sorry i just remove from the talk page because I thought it was just a warning message.
And yes i use Google Translate ONLY to traslate words that can have differents meanings, but it's ok I don't have any problem if someone deleted my work, I think it significances I was not helping correctly to the Team
Fortress Wiki, I hope I can solve that The preceding unsigned comment was added by IvanGodinez21 (talk) • (contribs)
Well, it was in fact a warning message, but should not be removed regardless. It is sometimes used as a record to keep track of how many warnings the user has gotten in total, and editing them out might give out the impression that you are trying to 'hide' your mistakes.
It's alright to use Google Translate in some cases, just avoid using it for whole sentences and whatnot, and if your English skills aren't that great then I'd suggest asking a native speaker instead and just keep your edits to languages that you speak fluently. Also, please don't create a new topic when replying to discussions and just add your reply to the original talk page entry - and don't forget to sign your message with 4 tildes as shown on top when editing talk pages, which looks like this ~~~~ . . Wookipan (talk | contribs) 15:54, 11 September 2018 (UTC)


To clean up the earlier article, material was split into two actual subjects: 1) the cosmetic and 2) the NPC. Anything to do with the NPC was moved to the NPC page. If you make/find a good image of the text on the back, with the price sticker, I think that would work to add here since is visible on the cosmetic (please, make it from the texture!).

I might be convinced that the texture belongs in both galleries. M I K A D O 282 oOOOOo oo oo (talk) (To Do) 04:41, 26 September 2018 (UTC)

Oh OK I'm agree, don't worries and thanks for solve that, I probably later search material of cosmetic and not of the NPC. IvanGodinez21 (talk | contribs) 14:31, 26 September 2018 (UTC)