User talk:Xlbnushk

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For those of you who liked the big welcome box with all the links, you can find it here.

Another welcome[edit source]

Another hearty welcome to you Xlbnushk! I noticed your comments on Wikiversity talk:Naming conventions, which are by no means irrelevant - and are in the right place (there or on the Colloquium, I'd say). It's still relatively early days yet - we need to interrogate ourselves to see if we really are working as best we can - continually, but especially in the initial stages. Also, i'd just like to say that your contributions to tech-related material will be most useful - and I'm heartened to think that you're considering working here first, as opposed to Wikipedia ;-) See you 'round.. Cormaggio 14:00, 10 November 2006 (UTC)

You are correct.[edit source]

Your views on the Wikiversity namespace are correct. Robert Elliott 03:04, 11 November 2006 (UTC)

Xlbnushk 04:05, 11 November 2006 (UTC) -- Let's continue this discussion at the Colloquium.

Where did this come from?[edit source]

Project Center
Course: Japanese
Division: Foreign Language
School: Language and Literature
Faculty: Humanities

I love it! Did you create this? I have already begun using it. (I do all my coding my hand so I must stealing good code where I can find it.) Robert Elliott 11:50, 12 November 2006 (UTC)

My old method looked very amateurish.

Current Location
Wikiversity (English) Humanities Art and Design Fine Arts Film and Television Narrative Film Production Course #01 - Learning the Basics of Filmmaking

To see how I applied this, look at the "Help:Table". ~~~~Robert Elliott 21 November 2006 (PDT)

Katakana stroke order[edit source]

Balloonguy 22:25, 18 November 2006 (UTC) -- Perhaps you have noticed, but commons:Chinese stroke order:Asian alphabets#Katakana is missing nine of the katakana. If you have a graphics editor such as Adobe Photoshop or GIMP try to see if you can make some images.

Xlbnushk 20:13, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- I contacted one of the people who made those and he said that he would finish them up, so no worries for us in that area.

Question[edit source]

Well, im trying to learn templates, and im wondering were you learned, as you seem to have pretty much mastered templates. Thanks,  Heltec  talk 

Xlbnushk 21:03, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- I've far from mastered them, but I can certainly teach you what I know. I've learned by looking at examples. I've figured out some basic stuff, but I don't know much about conditions, etc. Did you have something specific in mind?

Well, at this point all that ive made {{Useless}} and that about all. And i did that one by just looking through the code and chaging familiar parts, so anychance you could just tell me how to do the 2 celled ones? Thanks a ton.  Heltec  talk 

Xlbnushk 21:13, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- I see you've created your template using HTML. You should convert it to the Wiki markup so that people who don't know HTML can edit and understand the structure of your template. But if you know HTML, can't you just add more rows or columns to create more cells?

yes, i could, but i thought they frowned on HTML?

Xlbnushk 21:17, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- That's kinda my point. So, you want to know how to format tables using the Wiki markup?

Yup.  Heltec  talk 

Xlbnushk 21:30, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- (I took the liberty of reformatting your bulleted posts to make them a bit easier to read. Go without the bullets, okay?) Alright, here's a crash course:
{| bgcolor="whitesmoke" style="border: darkgray solid 1px; text-align: center;"
|- style="color: black;"
| bgcolor="red"  |TOP LEFT
| bgcolor="yellow" |TOP RIGHT
|- style="color: white;"
| bgcolor="green" |BOTTOM LEFT
| bgcolor="blue" |BOTTOM RIGHT
That produces:

Oh, that makes tons of sence, thanks!  Heltec  talk 

Xlbnushk 21:46, 19 November 2006 (UTC) -- If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.

List of Users[edit source]

You do not need to use "[[Category:User pages]]" on your user page. Instead, click on "Special Pages" in the "toolbox" in the left hand column and then click on "User list". Robert Elliott 08:18, 22 November 2006 (UTC)