"I should stress that on this wiki we have an ironclad policy of only accept official information and all fan art material/information is thus immediately removed; this is the reason why your recent edits were undone. If you wish to contribute your original ideas and creations on the Mega Man franchise, I suggest doing it at the 'Mega Man Fanon Wiki', as it is the place where fan art and ideas aggregate. Please check it out." - ItchyNutz
Basically, if your game is fan-made, please put all related content on the Mega Man Fanon Wiki. Since Mega Man X Dawn Forces is not an official game, it goes in the Fanon Wiki instead of this one.
Hi Quick! I've some little question about chat and profile...How can I chat with someone? When I chat everybody who is logged in can see what I write? I don't understand the function of "Contribution", Can you explain please?
Thank you in advance and sorry for the trouble ...
Hi, I was just passing by as I noticed your questions to Quick. Since I am here and available, I thought I would answer them for you to the best of my abilities.
As far as I am aware, there is no way to have a "private" chat between two people. The only thing you can do is exchange wall posts (same as how I am writing on Quick's wall right now). And as you can tell, it will be public and visible to everyone, allowing other users to comment as well. So in short, no private talk. For that, I would suggest exchanging some contact info with the other person (email, skype, IM, etc.).
In the "Live Chat" box everyone will be able to see what you write.
As for contributions, this is a section of a person's profile that shows all the things they have done on this wiki. (This shows a list of all the pages that the user edited, all the images they uploaded, all the categories they added to pages and the dates when all these contributions took place). It is basically a history of a person's activity on this site.
Hope I was able to answer your questions.
P.S. I know that English is not your main language, but I hope that you can understand what I said.
Stop trashing the intro on the Snake Man page. It's accurate already, and a damn sight more interesting that what you're trying to make it into- all you're doing is just taking everything out instead of adding anything.
So yes. Leave it. What must it take for me to drill that into your thick fucking skull?
I'd like to propose adding a link to the Crossovers category to the bottom right empty icon space on the main page. I made an icon for Bad Box Art Mega Man as he's the most recognizable crossover version of Mega Man. That is, until a new Mega Man series comes along to take that space.
OVER-1 would fit in with the other images and would not be a bad choice. The reason I liked BBAMM was the fact that he doesn't quite fit in with the other Mega Men pictures, just as those games don't quite fit in with the other Mega Man games. But I like it either way.
All the subsequent edits show misaligned element category and the corresponding icon and name for me (Chrome Browser). Not having rollback abilities, I tried to undo the edits in order (as it has always worked for me) but I ended up making a mess of things this time around :/ . There does not seem to be any new info added between today's edits and the one I linked above.
What do you think about having organized sprite/image/screenshot gallery pages for games, characters, enemy types, etc? Following the layout seen with Super Mario Wiki's galleries as shown here, I created a fewexamples, thinking that for galleries that are large and taking up space in their main articles (such as Bass's or Zero's) could have dedicated pages for them instead, with links to them. Obviously, articles that have only have less than 5 or so images don't need them. =P
I'd also like to see the release dates for games written on the main article pages (and not just on the gameinfo templates) as well, but it's a minor detail.
BTW, sorry I haven't been active here for a while now. Been busy with IRL work. :/