Just a quick thing,bI reverted your added gif files for the Schuzrum Galluss page. We don't put gif files on pages because they tend to slow down the page's loading speed. So if you could get those as still images that would be great
You've been doing a good job in using images, however, it's better to use .png images rather than .jpg.
The differences between the two? Well, .png is supposed to be the correct format for internet usage. Like, if someone wanted to save the image, it would be in good quality.
But if you use .jpg format, the quality won't be as good as how you see it. If someone saved a .jpg image, it would be bad quality and it would have different textures of color that were not in the original.
Hello Falloutghoul sorry to bother you but i notice new license staff when someone want to upload image so i was wondering can you tell me what i need to do to upload images (i was so long out of this forum so i was surprised when i seen that)
Falloutghoul: I haven't seen you around so I presume you don't know me; I'm one of the admins of this site. Please don't adjust nor revert my editions unless you can confirm grammatical and/or conflicts with the articles I touch. I helped contribute the current aesthetics of the pages and if you noticed, I've been trying to create a standard arrangement with the pages. However, people continue to touch my editions thinking they're "fixing things." I primarily swim around the 00 Gundam pages; if you notice anything wrong, please talk to me first. Thanks for your consideration.
Taikage (talk) 07:50, September 24, 2013 (UTC)
What falls under "Technology & Combat Characteristics?" If you really think about it, Weapons, and System Features also fall under that category doesn't it? It's like you're doing a whole subject on Sleeping, but you decide that Narcolepsy (random sleeping) is outside vs inside that area. The same logic applies here.
I never said I required you nor anyone to follow through what I'm doing; just don't interfere and I'm happy enough. I'm giving the 00 pages a major overhaul by one edition at a time. Since the Gundams are the most popularly focused, that's what I'll be working on when I have time.
If you guys haven't noticed, I've asked with the community many times to help write better articles as the structures often are fragmented and poorly written; nobody really pitched in. If anything, they only seem to jump on me when I write something, but won't help complete it themselves. Regardless of the arrangement of things, I'm here to bring some order to things. I just hope I can finish the majority of the editions by 15 yrs. Thanks for your time.
Dav7d2: I never expected the arrangement to be law within the G-Wikia grounds to begin with; I don't expect the pages to be in unison. Unless the aesthetics are absolute, I just made it this way because I feel it's more organized this way. However, should the community feel differently, I go with the consensus. I always respected the majority of the community's wishes. At this point though, things have gone my way because the community agreed and/or didn't feel bothered by it to act. Either way, as much as I would like my methods to be absolute, nothing I do will eternally remain. For better or worse, someone will always come along and change things. Until then, I'm doing my best to give a good presentation to our readers.
This article makes my head hurt. First, the Gefangener GM is a separate unit from the GM Camouf. Second, I'm not sure where that claim came from but there is nothing to support the leg and booster similarity in the mecha dossier from the MS IGLOO data book or from the manga itself. The line in the data profile says "Although it is said that the Zaku system was used from the power pipes fixed on its back to the values of the generator output, these opinions are only speculative."
According to them, the only mobile suit with fram that's slender enough to pass for a GM would be the Zudah (hinting that the Zaku II is slightly bulkier than the Zudah), but there still isn't enough tech specs and history on the GM Camouf.
An experimental mobile suit, is usually a mobile suit that is built around an already existing base model that tests new mobile suit functions. Based on untested ideas or techniques and not yet established or finalized.
While a prototype is a purely new and unexisting mobile suit that is a first or preliminary model of something, esp. a machine, from which other forms are developed or copied.