User talk:WeeJeeVee

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Welcome[edit]

Welcome

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Again, welcome! Beeswaxcandle (talk) 06:47, 13 December 2011 (UTC)

Welcome from me too. Nice to see a volunteer conscript. smiley We try to be very accommodating, so if you have special interests then do feel free to ask questions, or to make suggestions, especially through the Wikisource:Proofread of the Month. We really like fresh ideas. — billinghurst sDrewth 13:02, 19 December 2011 (UTC)

Treasure Seekers[edit]

Hi and thank you for your work on finishing off The Treasure Seekers. If you want to carry on working on validations have a look at Category:Index Proofread and see if there's a work there that takes your fancy. Alternatively, you could have a go at proofreading things for the first time. Category:Index Not-Proofread has works that have been uploaded and are waiting for someone to pay them some attention. Beeswaxcandle (talk) 07:05, 19 December 2011 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

You're a very neat proofreader. Thanks for proofreading Popular Science. — Ineuw talk 17:37, 27 January 2012 (UTC)

need a little help with proofreading[edit]

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While I was proofreading page 180 (djvu 192) in Natural_History,_Mollusca I had to make

Genus Purpura.

to get Genus purpura in larger letters in the center of the page. But I also want to use Genus purpura to write all letters in kapitals. But using them together gives a problem.

I cannot find an example somewhere else, so that i can copy it. Can someone have a look at it and make it how it has to be. Then I can copy it if i need it in an other page.

Thanks WeeJeeVee (talk) 20:21, 1 February 2012 (UTC)

Does this solve your problem?

Genus Purpura

Center uses div tag while sc uses span, so I think that's why the order makes the difference. --Mpaa (talk) 20:28, 1 February 2012 (UTC)
Yes, that solves the problem. It was the order. Thank you WeeJeeVee (talk) 20:36, 1 February 2012 (UTC)

some remarks[edit]

Just to let you know. On page 184 of the Mollusca I changed:

  • the header -> use {{RH}} = {{RunningHeader}}
  • the footnote; compare page 5

greetz, Dick Bos (talk) 08:04, 3 February 2012 (UTC)

  • On a couple of pages I validated I found that you leave a blank line at the top of the page. If the text is just a continuation of the previous page, please remove that blank line and start immediately with the text (e.g. page 228 of the Mollusks). Otherwise the text in the "book"-form will show sudden breaks. It is always good to have a look at the "book"-form every now and then, btw: Natural_History,_Mollusca (this is the index; click on the chapter you're working on and scroll down). / Sorry - I checked this out myself; and your blank line does not make any difference! (Dick Bos (talk) 08:56, 6 February 2012 (UTC))
  • I have put a question concerning linking in the Scriptorium Wikisource:Scriptorium/Help. And there is more info on the images one topic higher!

Dick Bos (talk) 06:59, 6 February 2012 (UTC)

images[edit]

Perhaps you understand more of this than I do: see: Wikisource:Scriptorium/Help#images. I leave it for now. Too complicated for me (especially with the low-level tools I have available here). So I hope we will find the images on Commons shortly. But perhaps you like to give it a try. Greetz, Dick Bos (talk) 09:00, 5 February 2012 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

Thanks for the tip on the headings. Mstock (talk)

Wikisource talk:Proofread of the Month[edit]

As one of the newer contributors in this space, why not pop over to Wikisource talk:Proofread of the Month and have an opinion on what you think should be the PotM for March. If you don't like the choices, make a suggestion. A new brain is always welcome. — billinghurst sDrewth 15:47, 18 February 2012 (UTC)

Red wikilinks[edit]

Hi, WeeJeeVee! Thank you for validating the PotM. However, it is not actually helpful to remove red wikilinks from works. They are inserted when the name of the person is known, but we don't have an author page yet, "yet" being the operative word. Having a red link allows an interested reader to know that the person named is known, gives his full name (which often takes some sleuthing to find out in the first place), and allows him/her to follow the link and create the page if interested. I often spend time filling in author pages, and I can see which ones are required from finding red links. Missing authors are also collected occasionally into a big list for tracking, and this can only be done if there is a red link. Additionally, if multiple pages make the same redlink, when the page is created, there is a ready-made "web" of incoming links, which is the big advantage of the wiki format.

I hope this makes sense, please ask if you have any questions. Inductiveloadtalk/contribs 16:38, 18 February 2012 (UTC)

Hi, Inductiveload, Sorry for removing all the red links. I hate reading a wikipediapage or a bookpage with numerous red links. Better make a link when the page is made. Didn't know there was a big list of missing authors. Makes a bit sense!
WeeJeeVee (talk) 21:34, 19 February 2012 (UTC)
phe (talkcontribs) has a script that queries enWP and helps to populate {{author}}, so if that is a penchant (for me it is close to obsession wink) then give us a hoy. — billinghurst sDrewth 05:07, 20 February 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for work on PSM[edit]

Hi. Thanks for your work on PSM. If you have any question in that area, you can ask User:Ineuw, which is very active there, or myself. You can also find some information material on the project page Wikisource:WikiProject_Popular_Science_Monthly. Bye--Mpaa (talk) 20:11, 26 February 2012 (UTC)

Whoops, thanks[edit]

Thanks for catching my copy-paste error.[1] EVula // talk // // 20:01, 3 September 2012 (UTC)

No thanks! My eye was caught by the references. Doesn't look good when they are centred or when they start on the same level as the sidenotes. Now waiting for someone who has a brilliant idea for that.

Just another heartfelt "thank you"[edit]

The title says it all, and your help with PSM is most appreciated.

I resolved the problematic issues on Page:Popular Science Monthly Volume 30.djvu/524. There are two ways to handle multi-page references. I used to merge them into one page, as you have done, and leave a note in the page header which won't appear in the main namespace. {{fs85|{{ua|note=split reference was placed on the previous page.~~~~}}}} The standard method is, naming the reference tag <ref name=D524></ref> at the beginning, and using <ref follow=D524></ref> on the subsequent page(s).

For reference paragraphs, one must use the <p>.— Ineuw talk 18:06, 13 May 2014 (UTC)