So I added a new video in the wiki so that I could put it in a blog post, but the search function for putting an existing video in wouldn't let me find this one. So I tried putting in the URL, and now the video is on the wiki TWICE. Any idea how to remove it?
EDIT: So I was able to get the original video into the blog post by going into the source option. But I also found out from the community wiki that I need to be an admin to remove a video. So yeah...
I'm trying to post something in the "Genral Discussion" section. But for some reason, it's not getting posted. The title was gonna be "Something in the works?". Here's how it would have been:
"So recently, the twitter page @TheMysteryofGF tweeted out the something (*******) might be anounced in the coming future. A day later, Alextweeted out that he was "Up to things". Since the one tweet featured 7 asterisks, fans have been guessing that whatever might be announced will invole 7 letters or numbers. Here's what I've seen so far:
Art book (since Alex mentioned earlier this year wanting to release one)
Season 3 (unlikely, but some fans are still hoping)
Journal (maybe they're release copies of Journal 1 or 2, or both)
LEGO set (this one is mine, since Alex showed support for a set idea on the LEGO Ideas site (I know it's not offical yet, but maybe Alex know,s something we don't, who knows))
Spin-off (this one I just thought of. Maybe something focusing on Stan and Ford and their adventures while sailing around the world, focusing on some of the other characters of the town, etc.)
Any other ideas as to what it might be? Feel free to discuss"
Do you see any problems with this? If not, any idea was to why it's not getting posted?
Hey there ! I just wanted to point out something here, if I may. Shouldn't Lolph and Dundgren's article be updated to......"alive" ? Because it is revealed in Journal 3 that the time police were never killed, they only sent holograms to the scene, even Blendin's article is updated with this.
Just letting you know that made up stories (ex. Stan's "Abaconings" story), TV show segments, and other minor works are to be written in double quotation marks and not in italic. I get the confusion 'cause the wiki's grammar guideline needs some updating.