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Quick guide inconsistenciesEdit
Hi, new to being an active contributor although I have been using the wiki for years, I've been noticing inconsistent steps during the One Small Favour quick guide and wondered if it was due to a mistake or simply my ironman hasn't done related quests to the relevant npc therefore options requiring 2 instead of 3 etc being scrambled on more than one occasion or if it is indeed an error and needs to be corrected.
- Both options are possible, but it's been a while since I've done that quest, so I don't know if they're either incorrect, or dependent on related quests for those NPCs. If that option is the option that you see, then please correct it, if it is dependent then other editors will change it to what they see, and then we'll have more prove to see if it is indeed dependent on related quests of NPCs, or if it was just incorrect. 09:24, September 13, 2017 (UTC)
Image during Branches of Darkmeyer quest guideEdit
Is inaccurate and not displaying 1 of the 4 posters to vandalise in order to gain status (located on the north wall of the range) I am absolutely oblivious to what is the general idea on how to fix this and would appreciate some guidance for this and future related occurrences.
- Forgot to add that I fixed the image. 12:30, October 17, 2017 (UTC)
Recent Price NerfsEdit
|Date/Time||Item||Current Alch Price|
|10/16/17 @ 11:08pm EST||Mystic Robe Bottom (light)||6,000gp|
- What's the problem? 12:30, October 17, 2017 (UTC)
I uploaded a new version of File:Teleport map.png (edit: removed link to not blow up the page), and it has the error "Error creating thumbnail: Invalid thumbnail parameters" As it's a map of the world, it's a huge base image at 6400 × 3200 (20,480,000) pixels. The thumbnail generator has an apparent limit of 12.5m. Have any advice? Illagong (talk) 05:57, October 20, 2017 (UTC)
- You can add a colon as the first character of the link, which will cause images and categories to become links instead of their usual behaviour. As for the the actual problem, I'm not sure why it does that, but I'll try to find out.
07:17, October 20, 2017 (UTC)
- I tried to revert the image, but it has no effect...
07:54, October 20, 2017 (UTC)
- I managed to revert the image,
could you supply the image to me as a link from imgur or something or via Discord, maybe I can upload it without errors?08:09, October 20, 2017 (UTC)
- I reuploaded your version and it still fails to create a thumbnail. However Map:Teleport map still works luckily, however it doesn't show the image on File:Teleport map.png and Teleportation. I wonder what might be causing it. :S 08:16, October 20, 2017 (UTC)
- I managed to revert the image,
- I tried to revert the image, but it has no effect...
Tooltips and categoriesEdit
I've checked Module:Infobox Item as thoroughly as I can without actually getting to test it (I'm not too keen on accidentally breaking Template:Infobox Item of all templates), and I can't for the life of me figure out why it doesn't seem to categorize items with tooltips into Category:Items that have a tooltip.
The tooltip parameter doesn't quite looks like any of the other parameter checks, but for each thing that it does differently there seems to be another parameter that does roughly the same thing (tradeable adds text using a function other than has_content, and AKA uses cat_map.defined when categorizing). Any ideas? 02:07, February 13, 2018 (UTC)
- I've just created the category, it didn't exist yet, for the rest it looks like it should add that category to items if the parameter is not empty. Do you have an example of an item with a tooltip? 10:34, February 13, 2018 (UTC)
- Should now work. There was a small bug in Module:Infobox - one_defined wasn't updated for non-switch infoboxes. It now is so the tooltip category now works (as will Category:Pages with AKA). 16:07, February 13, 2018 (UTC)
- Pages in MediaWiki are categorized when they are saved. If a transcluded template (including any Lua module) is changed to categorize a page differently, every page that transcludes the template must be edited and re-saved for the new categorization to take effect. (Null edits work for this purpose. Also, bots are great at large numbers of null edits.) The existence of a page in the Category namespace is irrelevant. --Saftzie (talk) 20:04, February 13, 2018 (UTC)
- True, pages can have categories that don't have a page yet. I didn't mean that it didn't work because the category didn't exist yet, but more of a note that it just wasn't created yet. :P 20:42, February 13, 2018 (UTC)
Adding scan clue iconsEdit
Is there a guide for how to add scan clue icons to the map at the top of each section in [] ? I have added a new location to the table but no idea how to add it to the map. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by ThatAdamsGuy (talk).
- Looks like you worked it out; but generally the "link" and "title" phrases should be the same, then you just add the link/title as an id like this :) 15:26, March 4, 2018 (UTC)
Quest requirements grammarEdit
Hi! In the Lua template for quest details, the Wiki text for "Requirements" starts "The below skill requirements [...]". This is is bad English as it makes no sense and should be corrected to "The skill requirements below [...]". Thanks. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) on 19:41, 9 May 2018.
- Hi, this has been changed to "Skill requirements are not boostable." 00:08, May 10, 2018 (UTC)
Does anyone know why these templates don't work for me? I see full-size images in navboxes such as Template:Abilities or Template:Troll Warzone. Tested Firefox and Edge, it's broken in both. Any ideas? 5-x Talk 15:49, August 31, 2018 (UTC)
- I've been told there's a script or something that makes images bigger for 4k screens and someone told me you have one right? Someone will need to fix it so it doesn't enlarge those particular images for 4k screens.
21:24, August 31, 2018 (UTC)
- Yeah I do have a 4K screen. Not using any scripts. A Windows 10 setting upscales interfaces and applications though. I guess it could be the problem. Thanks. 5-x Talk 10:19, September 1, 2018 (UTC)
Image policy on new music albumEdit
I don't quite understand the image policy and how it would relate to this so I need help to understand it so I know what to do, or not do. I was hoping to upload an image for the new music albums from Runescape. The problem is that the image is from Spotify, so I'm not sure if this falls under Spotify use or Runescape fair use policy? To help understand, this is the album cover for "The Orchestral Collection", but in jpg format. So am I able to use this in png format and label it fair use or what do I do? [[File:Album-The_Orchestral_Collection_.jpg|thumb]]
- The image itself is unlikely to be owned by Spotify. Given what it's of, I'd say it came from Jagex in which case they own the copyright in which case fair use applies as it always does. cqm 07:58, 17 Sep 2018 (UTC)
- Just name it the same as the album please, 'RuneScape - The Orchestral Collection.jpg'. 09:35, September 17, 2018 (UTC)
- Ok, I've added the album image and learned how to link it for the 'RuneScape - Original Soundtrack Classics' page. So I'll do the same for the other albums. However, I have a problem with the image I showed for the Orchestral album, how do I rename the image to be `RuneScape - The Orchestral Collection'? It won't let me edit the destination name. Many thanks for the help and guidance with all this! Fairuza Skye (talk) 11:15, September 17, 2018 (UTC)