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Hello, i want to delete my profile and can't find how to do that. Can someone help? GVytautas (talk) 12:11, November 30, 2013 (UTC)

Do you mean like the fact that you exist? An admin can delete your user pages and lock your ID indefinitely, if that's what you want. --Saftzie (talk) 13:48, November 30, 2013 (UTC)
If you instead want to completely disable your account Wikia-wide, see Special:Contact. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 19:42, January 27, 2014 (UTC)

Removing some content from image pagesEdit

Recently while recategorizing some images in Category:Location images, I cam across some stuff that was on the image pages. Basically, it's
== Category: ==
what happens when you preselect a category from the dropdown menu on Special:Upload. Would it be possible for someone to use their bot to remove these please? It serves no purpose, and it wouldn't be too much work for the bot to remove them. Blaze_fire.png12.png 07:44, December 3, 2013 (UTC)
Also, in addition, could some please remove Category:Location images from File:Historical Scaperune image.png and replace it with Category:Images in other Realms? Thanks. I'd do it myself, but it's locked for some reason. Blaze_fire.png12.png 03:49, December 4, 2013 (UTC)

Beastiary workEdit

I have been starting to do some work on the beastiaries recently, and was wondering on what to do with monsters that are no longer present. Monsters such as the Turkey and Saradominist gatherer which currently still hold a place on the Levels 1 - 10 page, however are no longer attackable in the game. Do they stay on the Beastiary, or are they removed?

If they are removed then I have no problem, however if they are required to stay I believe it may be benaficial to add a 0 combat page, as there are many which are starting to expand the length of Levels 1 - 10 quite dramatically. Along with the reversion to 138 combat the pages are only going to get longer if the current boundries persist.

Ozotuh (talk) 23:55, March 13, 2014 (UTC)

I'd say remove anything that is no longer attackable otherwise it's just confusing.
You also might be interested in Forum:My database code is finally ready. It's a bit technical if you're not familiar with javascript, but the aim of it is to convert the bestiary into a searchable database. If you talk to Yitzi, he'd be happy to share his ideas about how to improve it. cqm 13:32, 14 Mar 2014 (UTC)

Droprate templateEdit

Hello one and all, I need some help with a template I want to use on all my impling logs.

This template would involve an edited version of {{DropsLine}} as far as I'm aware, although it might be easier to create it from scratch. It would be called like this in one of the logs:

{{User:Everystat13/Impling logs/DroprateHead}}
{{User:Everystat13/Impling logs/DroprateLine|Item|Amount dropped at a time|Total (using {{#var:total}})|Occurences}}
(eg. {{User:Everystat13/Impling logs/DroprateLine|Air rune|30|{{#var:total}}|4}})

This would make a line in a table similar to a drop table:

  Item name Amount Occurences Droprate GE value
Air runeAir rune30480%1,770

It calculates the percentage by dividing the amount with the total and multiplying by 100, colors the cell accordingly with the same colors found in {{DropsLine}} (for instance, 25% to 50% green, 20% to 25% yellow, etc.) and then puts that percentage in the cell at the end.

I am not a template handyman, so if anyone could make this for me, that would be greatly appreciated. Fallen leaves ThePsionic Eek 16:22, March 25, 2014 (UTC)

Never mind, Joeytje had a template that worked well enough for me. Fallen leaves ThePsionic Eek 17:03, March 26, 2014 (UTC)

Impling loot submission templateEdit

My first template isn't even done yet and I have a second request already!

I want a template that does something similar to {{Charm log header}}, but with an interface that is similar to Calculator:Prayer. Here, someone would select the impling type in a drop-down menu, type the drop and the amount of items received from that drop, click submit, and a line would be added to a table I would have at the bottom of User:Everystat13/Impling logs. This way, anyone can submit impling data, I would organise the data every so often into the correct pages and delete the contents of the table, and in this way we can get closer to a calculator as suggested here. Thanks in advance! Smile Fallen leaves ThePsionic Eek 13:38, March 26, 2014 (UTC)

Never mind, Joeytje said it's too hard to make this :p
It's not that hard. As a rough idea:
// create the form
var $table = $( '<table>' )
        $( '<tbody' )
                $( '<tr>' )
                        $( '<td>' )
                                // dropdown goes here
                        $( '<td>' )
                                // item input goes here
                        $( '<td>' )
                                // number input goes here
                        $( '<td>' )
                                // submit goes here


// insert the table into the page
$( '#imp-log-form' ).empty().append( $table );

// on submitting the form
// assuming the submit button has id="imp-submit"
$( '#imp-submit' ).on( 'click', function () {

    var data = {
            imp: 'type',
            item: 'item',
            number: 'number'
        page = data.imp,
        template = '{{imp drop\n | item = ' + data.item + '\n | number = ' + data.number + '\n}}';

    // from here we use ajax to append the template to a subpage
    // one subpage for each type of imp
    // each subpage is then transcluded onto the main page

} );
This will need various checks for making sure the info submitted won't cause an error and it will require policing of the submitted info to filter out any vandalism, errors not caught by the script, etc. but it's not as hard as you might think. cqm 23:10, 26 Mar 2014 (UTC)

Factual correctionEdit

When discussing certain things, which cultural explanation do we use?

- For instance, I edited a page to say that the floor that is level with the ground (ground floor) is equal to that of the name, the first floor, whilst (as far as I know), in Britain their understanding is Ground floor, then the floor above is the first floor, which I have a hard time understanding, and I'm sure they do the same to my interpretation.

So which do we use? OR How else can we resolve this?

We use British spelling and British flooring conventions. You can check out this page for more information. When editing articles, we sometimes use [[:Template:Floor]] or Template:FloorNumber to help people understand the British flooring system. Urbancowgurl777 (talk) 15:00, April 5, 2014 (UTC)


Dear Runescape Wiki Team,

I am wondering if you could tell me the font you used for this: . And, if you could tell me where I can find this font. Thank you very much


Boomkoheadsh  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Boomkoheadsh (talk) on 16:15, June 15, 2014 (UTC).

That's Neverwinter, you can download it here. cqm 09:53, 21 Jun 2014 (UTC)

Issues with CalculatorsEdit

We've had a couple complaints about issues with the way profits display in calculator/MMG tables. Latest example is here. If you arrange the table by increasing/decreasing profit, it doesn't work correctly. We had a similar complaint a week or so ago about MMGs doing a similar thing. In that case, negative numbers weren't being sorted properly. Can someone figure this out please? <3 Urbancowgurl777 (talk) 20:03, June 22, 2014 (UTC)

The inclusion of non-numerical content in a column (i.e., the coin graphics in this case) makes the column sort lexically rather than numerically. I stole Template:Sort from Wikipedia a while ago, though not many places use it here. Template:SortingKey provides left padding for sorting numbers lexically, although there are other ways to do it. Personally, I'd do away with the piles of coins, but people seem to want them. --Saftzie (talk) 22:49, June 22, 2014 (UTC)
I made a custom parser to deal with coins, you can see it sorting correctly on Summoning pouches. This particular issue is somewhat quirkier. Part of the problem was the non-coins values used for gout tuber - I've changed those to use a 0 value passed to {{coins}} which has fixed the last 4 columns.
The next issue, that affects the first two columns to use {{coins}} seems to be caused by something to do with lazy loading of the coins images. The custom parser tests a string extracted from the table cell, if it passes the test then it sorts according to the method provided by said custom parser. With images that are lazy loaded there's an img tag present in the test string, for images that load straight away (the first couple on the page) the img tag isn't present in the string and it fails the test. Not quite sure what to do about it at the moment, but I'll figure something out. cqm 09:12, 23 Jun 2014 (UTC)
The difference in test string is caused by something in jquery's .text() ($.fn.text) but I'm having trouble figuring out the difference in behaviour. If you want to test it, call $( $( 'td' )[someNum] ).text() where someNum is the number of the td tag. You'll notice that images that aren't lazy loaded return a string of a number (with a load of whitespace either side), images that are return part of the img tag along with the number. Perhaps a fix might be to load any lazy-loaded coin images if they're within a sortable table then remove the associated data- attributes so they're the same as a normal img tag, all before any actual sorting happens. Any thoughts? cqm 09:47, 23 Jun 2014 (UTC)
Figured it out - the difference is down to the noscript tag which is used if the browser has js turned off. I'm just removing the noscript tag with js which should put all our sorting issues with {{coins}} to rest.
There will still be issues if someone uses words like N/A or Varies instead of 0 when there's no profit. If there's a report of any such issues, then just replace the words with the template. cqm 14:24, 24 Jun 2014 (UTC)
Thanks Cam (: Urbancowgurl777 (talk) 17:33, June 24, 2014 (UTC)

'Welcome' System MessagesEdit

I really hope this is an ok place to ask about this topic. I have been viewing the various System Messages that have been modified on this wikia. I am specifically interested in the 'Welcome' prefix System Messages. I would just like to know more about how they work, the welcome-enabled and welcome-message-anon SMs in particular. What is the effect of having the welcome-enabled message modified to page-user? And, also, the welcome-message-anon set to @disabled, what effect does this have? And, finally, the welcome-user is changed to Wikia. What does that mean/do? I am interested in learning a whole lot more for my own wikia (well, it's not mine but I have taken over as the only active admin -- everyone previously has left the poor thing in their rearview) at the link to my Wall in my sig. I didn't want to type out the address as someone may view it as spam, or the like. I have to admit seeing all the work that has gone into this wikia is mind-blowing. My hats off to everyone who helped put this together. I haven't found a more organized and useful wikia, yet. If this is the wrong place to be asking about the System Messages, I do apologize. This seemed like the place to start with all the documentation I have found and read here. If someone can point me in the right direction of someone to strike up a conversation on the System Messages, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks so much! CoolBurnMtW (Wall) 02:24, August 20, 2014 (UTC)

Hi there. Setting welcome-enabled to page-user means that default userpages are created automatically, instead of talk pages (we do manual talk page welcomes). Disabling welcome-message-anon means that we don't welcome unregistered users in any way. I believe setting welcome-user to Wikia means that User:Wikia makes the default userpages. Wikia's help page for welcoming is not particularly useful, but it may have some information you're looking for if you want to know more about how welcoming works. The different options apparently are not well-documented. If you have other questions about this or other things, feel free to join [[Special:Chat]]. And thank you for the compliments, but we're a wiki, not a wikia! Wikia (the company) are trying really, really hard to rebrand their wikis as "wikias". Fight the power! ʞooɔ 02:55, August 20, 2014 (UTC)
Thanks so much for getting back to me so quickly. I do have a basic understanding of how the various messages work. I just have never seen the @disabled and page-user options y'all have set up. I had a feeling about the 'not having anything to do with anonymous users' concept. I just wanted to make sure I was understanding it correctly. I'm talking it over with my wiki(no a) to see if they will allow me to do the same thing with regards to anonymous users. Since I have taken over as sysop, I have had to deal with anonymous users making edits that don't conform to the rest of the way the site is laid out. And, getting a hold of those people is virtually impossible. I'm getting tired of having to rollback edits. I love the way y'all have your templates laid out, too. I'm in the process of 'borrowing' and modifying the template documentation files you have here. I just love the way those are laid out. I'm learning as I go and learning fast. I'm disabled, so I have the free time to spend learning and trying new things on here, overall. Again, thanks so much for getting back with me so quickly. I'm glad I found the right place to ask the questions, also. I wasn't looking forward to getting banned and/or scolded. LoL If it's ok I may pick your brain in the next few days on a couple different things. I'll take it to your talk page, if you would prefer. Or, we can just move it to mine. Please let me know if it's ok and which I should do. Weird. It's not letting me sign this. What am I doing wrong? I'm in Source Mode. CoolBurnMtW (Wall) 03:31, August 20, 2014 (UTC)
Visual editor is evil. For a reason I care not to understand, it sometimes inserts <nowiki> tags in places that shouldn't have them. --Saftzie (talk) 03:35, August 20, 2014 (UTC)

JS Broken in MonobookEdit

This is mostly just an FYI. Site and User JavaScript is broken in Monobook. I filed a bug with Wikia a day ago, because my JavaScript console atm says:

window.Bucky is not a function @,toc_js:434
window.Bucky is not a function @
Wikia.LazyQueue is undefined @|jquery.client,cookie,messageBox,mwExtension|mediawiki.legacy.ajax,wikibits||mediawiki.util|wikia.history,loader,mw,nirvana,throbber,thumbnailer,tracker:24

I believe those are Wikia JS files, so I suspect the errors are just rolling downhill. Interestingly, many broken pages seem to work fine if I edit the page, then select Preview. Oasis also seems to be fine. --Saftzie (talk) 07:27, November 14, 2014 (UTC)

I heard about this a few days ago when it happened, but was under the impression it was fixed. I'm seeing similar errors in my console, although the error messages are slightly less descriptive. e.g. undefined is not a function, cannot call makeQueue of undefined, etc. It appears to be caused by this although I'm at a loss as to why we have article comment code loading here. cqm 11:33, 14 Nov 2014 (UTC)
JS was broken for Monobook in a similar way about a week ago, but then it was fixed right away (within a day from when I noticed it). This time is "new" (or recurring) and has lasted about 2 days now. --Saftzie (talk) 21:20, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
Turns out there's a pull request for this open already, it simply re-orders modules so that articlecomments comes after bucky. I'd guess the fix is going to come in time for wednesday, the next code release. In the meantime, you can limit the errors to article comments by adding ?allinone=0 to your URL :) cqm 01:57, 15 Nov 2014 (UTC)
Yup, that GET works. --Saftzie (talk) 02:53, November 15, 2014 (UTC)

Things seem to be unbroken now. --Saftzie (talk) 11:05, November 17, 2014 (UTC)


Could someone look at Calculator:Template/Smithing? There's something very wrong with it and I have no idea how to fix it myself. 5-x Talk 19:39, January 4, 2015 (UTC)

What is the problem with it? It's not meant to be used directly, instead Calculator:Smithing should be used, and that seems to work fine for me. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 19:51, January 4, 2015 (UTC)
I've found it in Category:Pages_with_script_errors a few days ago and automatically assumed there must be something wrong with it. It doesn't seem to be there any more, odd... 5-x Talk 20:05, January 4, 2015 (UTC)
Ok so I guess that's fixed, then? Thanks for clarifications. 5-x Talk 22:47, January 4, 2015 (UTC)
Well, I re-added the Corrupted ore, and the calculator still seems to be working fine. Whether the template page is showing script errors or not (and whether that is normal or not) I wouldn't know. Better ask someone like Mol or Cqm. IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 04:59, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
Completed - I don't think it's causing any problems. Thanks again. 5-x Talk 20:27, January 14, 2015 (UTC)

Light familiarEdit

The Light creature pouch and Enlightenment scrolls can't be swapped at Bogrog/Lord Amlodd. There's no way to display this in Template:Infobar Summon Pouch and Template:Infobar Summon Scroll because the relevant parameters won't accept "no"/"none" values or similar. Could someone rewrite the code for these slightly so the Light familiar can be properly represented? 5-x Talk 20:05, January 4, 2015 (UTC)

I've added a swap parameter to both templates to account for this. Set it to no to suppress the associated output. I've also added a untradetert parameter to the pouch template to account for untradeable tertiary ingredients (dungeoneering familiars). And lastly, I've documented the exchange parameter along with the parameters I've added fulfilling this request :) Let me know if there's anything else that needs changing :)
At some point in the future (when the template is converted to a module most likely), I'll suppress the shard return, untradeable tertiary ingredient and untradeable pouch/scroll of dungeoneering familiars in a single parameter, but that'll have to wait until after the exchange conversion. cqm 00:12, 16 Jan 2015 (UTC)
This is perfect, thank you! 5-x Talk 17:07, January 17, 2015 (UTC)

Module:Infobox recipeEdit

... doesn't like the recipe on Magic potion, because there are multiple options for mat2. --Saftzie (talk) 01:07, January 23, 2015 (UTC)

Just gonna force it to use only 1. MolMan 01:09, January 23, 2015 (UTC)

Scan clue location mapsEdit

The maps are not displaying correctly on the page - parts of them are being cut off along the right hand side of the page where they are too wide. As far as I know there's no way to resize the maps so I was hoping someone else had a solution to this. There's also a more technical sounding description on the article's talk page (Wiki Bug? section). Thanks, Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 17:03, January 23, 2015 (UTC)

FWIW, it only happens in the Oasis skin. Monobook is fine. You just get a scroll bar in Monobook. Oasis seems to be suppressing horizontal scroll bars at the cost of clipping and squashing images. Digging into the CSS may provide an answer. --Saftzie (talk) 01:03, January 24, 2015 (UTC)
I adjusted the CSS. It seems to work for me in Oasis (and Monobook). --Saftzie (talk) 03:44, January 24, 2015 (UTC)

Exchange modules Edit

I've centralised the discussion on the conversion on Module talk:Exchange. I'd appreciate it if people could add any ideas/thoughts prior to the change as I don't want to get a few days/weeks down the line to discover something major need changing. Thanks, cqm 00:38, 28 Nov 2014 (UTC)

Strange RecentChanges bugEdit

Since today (read: the day that Wikia changed their header) I have the problem of the (undo) links disappearing in RecentChanges. I have several scripts installed (User:ThePsionic/common.js and User:ThePsionic/wikia.js) but they have always worked without problems. I just now installed User:Quarenon/rcrollback.js first in common.js, which led to a duplicate undo link disappearing, and after that in wikia.js which resulted in nothing much happening at all. Is anyone able to help me out here? Fallen leaves ThePsionic Eek 21:41, December 3, 2014 (UTC)

Sorting Error HelpEdit

I'm having an issue with this function not behaving as expected in the following table:

{{Coins|{{#expr:{{GEP|Seasinger's robe bottom}} / 50 round 0}}}}
Item Chi needed Grand Exchange price Gold per Chi
Seasinger&#039;s hood Seasinger's hood 30 Chi 1,194,134 39,804
Seasinger&#039;s robe top Seasinger's robe top 80 Chi 2,038,137 25,477
Seasinger&#039;s robe bottom Seasinger's robe bottom 50 Chi 1,394,330 27,887

The table seems to sort "Gold per Chi" not based on the expression preformed, but instead by the value returned by the {{GEP}} template. Can this be fixed? Heaven Sent (talk) 09:25, February 4, 2015 (UTC)

It should sort based on the value found in the table cell, in this case 42239, 42227 and 49427. However, it seems that this isn't happening for reasons I don't understand. The last column should be sorted exactly the same as the GE price column, they're exactly the same apart from the value of the numbers themselves. cqm 11:16, 4 Feb 2015 (UTC)
After modifying the sorting script with a load of debugging statements I'm still none the wiser (1 and 2 for reference). cqm 00:07, 5 Feb 2015 (UTC)

I was able to rectify this problem by removing the colspan:"2" from the first cell. The table now works as originally intended.

Item Chi needed Grand Exchange price Gold per Chi
a !Seasinger&#039;s hood 30 Chi 1,194,134 39,804
b !Seasinger&#039;s robe top 80 Chi 2,038,137 25,477
c !Seasinger&#039;s robe bottom 50 Chi 1,394,330 27,887

Weirdness with table formatting was the cause, go figure. Heaven Sent (talk) 02:50, February 20, 2015 (UTC)

Limit lookup calcEdit

The limit lookup calc is broken. For example, try to use it on GE page. It returns the entire exchange page for an item instead of just the limit. From what I understand, it's broken because of some recent changes to exchange module? Anyway, could someone fix this? 5-x Talk 11:43, February 21, 2015 (UTC)

Fixed, thanks for the catch. In changing the exchange setup, I split {{ExchangeItem}} into several different templates, all using Module:Exchange for the logic:

There's also {{GEExists}} for checking if an item exists in our Exchange 'database', which can be used as {{ifeq:{{GEEXists|{{{1|}}}}}|1|<exists>|<doesn't exist>}}. Hopefully this should help if you or anyone else comes across similarly broken templates, although I was under the impression they were all converted. cqm 19:43, 21 Feb 2015 (UTC)

Broke paragraph indention somehow with a nested tableEdit

Indenting the following table causes the paragraph indention to become locked. Why?

:{| border="0"
   {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" 
    ! colspan="4" | Header
    |cell 1 || cell 2 ||cell 3 || cell 4
    !image 1 !!image 2 !!image 3 !!image 4
    |cell 5 || cell 6 || cell 7 || cell 8
    !image 5 !! image 6 !! image 7 !! image 8
    {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center"
    !Header 2
    |cell 1
    !image 1
    |cell 2
    !image 2
Penguins in disguises
Penguin in barrel Penguin in bush Penguin in cactus Penguin crate
Barrel Bush Cactus Crate
Penguin in rock Penguin in toadstool X-mas Peng Pumpkin penguin
Rock Toadstool Snowman Pumpkin
PBJ Agent
Polar bear
Penguin (invisible)

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse at fermentum risus. Maecenas vehicula cursus risus, sit amet faucibus libero. Integer convallis porta risus, sit amet rutrum leo luctus ac. Integer hendrerit interdum mi, in porta ipsum malesuada at. Aenean id ante lectus. Sed accumsan magna tristique arcu tempor, volutpat efficitur lectus imperdiet. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

But... If I wrap the :{| border="0" ... |} in a <div></div>, there isn't a problem:

Penguins in disguises
Penguin in barrel Penguin in bush Penguin in cactus Penguin crate
Barrel Bush Cactus Crate
Penguin in rock Penguin in toadstool X-mas Peng Pumpkin penguin
Rock Toadstool Snowman Pumpkin
PBJ Agent
Polar bear
Penguin (invisible)

Proin tempus viverra finibus. In ac scelerisque justo. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. Nulla vitae sem ante. Nunc tortor purus, consequat quis nulla non, faucibus hendrerit eros. Quisque gravida quis diam sed rhoncus. Cras lobortis commodo arcu non porttitor. Aliquam ut ligula a orci ornare hendrerit vitae eget sapien. Maecenas dapibus bibendum tortor a faucibus. Nullam ultricies tincidunt lorem, congue tempus urna venenatis et. Ut id risus dapibus nisl mattis eleifend ac vel purus. Duis sit amet condimentum ex. Nunc et mauris aliquet, porttitor metus non, fermentum sapien. Nunc nec neque quam. Heaven Sent (talk) 13:50, March 11, 2015 (UTC)

Indenting tables isn't guaranteed to work. MediaWiki generates HTML from wiki mark-up, but not always the way you might expect. --Saftzie (talk) 19:11, March 12, 2015 (UTC)
Penguins in disguises
Penguin in barrel Penguin in bush Penguin in cactus Penguin crate
Barrel Bush Cactus Crate
Penguin in rock Penguin in toadstool X-mas Peng Pumpkin penguin
Rock Toadstool Snowman Pumpkin
PBJ Agent
Polar bear
Penguin (invisible)

Proin tempus viverra finibus. In ac scelerisque justo. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. Nulla vitae sem ante. Nunc tortor purus, consequat quis nulla non, faucibus hendrerit eros. Quisque gravida quis diam sed rhoncus. Cras lobortis commodo arcu non porttitor. Aliquam ut ligula a orci ornare hendrerit vitae eget sapien. Maecenas dapibus bibendum tortor a faucibus. Nullam ultricies tincidunt lorem, congue tempus urna venenatis et. Ut id risus dapibus nisl mattis eleifend ac vel purus. Duis sit amet condimentum ex. Nunc et mauris aliquet, porttitor metus non, fermentum sapien. Nunc nec neque quam.

... although wrapping tables in tables is kludgey. And the heights don't line up.
Penguins in disguises Other
Penguin in barrel Penguin in bush Penguin in cactus Penguin crate PBJ Agent
Barrel Bush Cactus Crate Polar bear
Penguin in rock Penguin in toadstool X-mas Peng Pumpkin penguin Penguin (invisible)
Rock Toadstool Snowman Pumpkin Invisible

Proin tempus viverra finibus. In ac scelerisque justo. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. Nulla vitae sem ante. Nunc tortor purus, consequat quis nulla non, faucibus hendrerit eros. Quisque gravida quis diam sed rhoncus. Cras lobortis commodo arcu non porttitor. Aliquam ut ligula a orci ornare hendrerit vitae eget sapien. Maecenas dapibus bibendum tortor a faucibus. Nullam ultricies tincidunt lorem, congue tempus urna venenatis et. Ut id risus dapibus nisl mattis eleifend ac vel purus. Duis sit amet condimentum ex. Nunc et mauris aliquet, porttitor metus non, fermentum sapien. Nunc nec neque quam.

--Saftzie (talk) 20:40, March 12, 2015 (UTC)
I'm hesitant to force indentions by using px or em unites, as this will cause a formatting inconsistency within the article. The :<content> is great for this, as regardless of the viewers display settings, it will always behave as a constant when used by any author, as intended. :<content> normally works, but it seems in this one instant something in the source isn't behaving and compiling the HTML as intended, something I believe to be a bug. Is that the case or have I misunderstood how the wiki-markup table is supposed to behave? I also cleaned up my original post as the formatting was rather sloppy, and wrapped the problem table and its formatting in a div tag so further discussion is not touched by the bug(?) -- Heaven Sent (talk) 22:12, March 12, 2015 (UTC)
: indents as specified by site CSS, which is 1.6em. The only problem should be if someone has specified a different value in their personal CSS. --Saftzie (talk) 00:17, March 13, 2015 (UTC)
The problem with that is Wikia's mobile pages don't seem to import the CSS; things indented with : display as indented, but table style values are ignored. Viewing this page on both physical and emulated Mobile devises and tablets (Note 3/iPhone 6+/Samsung Tab 10.1) displayed the tables with : indentions as indented, but the tables with style="margin-left: 1.6em;" are not indented.
For the time being, indenting certain tables like this will suffice for me, but to adhere to Wikia's best practices I shouldn't be using nested tables since they don't render correctly either. For the most part, I'm happy with continuing to use : where it's applicable, and use style="margin-left: 1.6em;" in the rare situation I need to break from best practices. Cheers - Heaven Sent (talk) 01:29, March 13, 2015 (UTC)
Why are you trying to indent a table on wikiamobile in the first place? Mobile viewers have a substantially narrower screen, you shouldn't be trying to force them to scroll sideways. cqm 01:35, 13 Mar 2015 (UTC)
I'm the only person who rotates phones and tablets into landscape mode? Our eyes are vertically spaced, why read pages in portrait mode? Heaven Sent (talk) 02:06, March 13, 2015 (UTC)

Exporting Exchange Data Edit

Hi I'm trying to export historical (and future) ge data on specific items to an excel sheet. How would I go about doing this? Thanks!  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Wakaflaka668 (talk) on 19:02, March 31, 2015.

Unfortunately, there's not a particularly easy way to go about this currently. The data is stored on subpages of Module:Exchange, e.g. Module:Exchange/Iron ore/Data. The /Data subpage has a list of dates and prices, sometimes with the volume (in millions) depending on if it appeared on the top 100 traded items for that day, in the format data:price or date:price:volume (date is measured in unix time, per the format used by the Jagex API it's pulled from).
I have no idea what sort of format excel requires, but hopefully this is enough information for you to start building what you want :) cqm 20:25, 31 Mar 2015 (UTC)

Automating Treasure Trails: DifficultyEdit

I'd like to potentially automate the valuing process Treasure Trails#Difficulty currently uses.

I would like to do something such as:

The value of rewards can range from 100 coins to over 1,000,000,000 coins.

  • Easy clue scroll rewards range from as few as 100 coins to over 2,400,000 coins.
  1. ^ Jagex. 10,000 Easy + Medium Clue Loots - RuneScape Stream Highlight.*
The value of rewards can range from 100 coins to over 1,000,000,000 coins.
* Easy clue scroll rewards range from as few as 100 coins to over {{formatnum: {{#expr: {{GEP| Suitcase}} round -5}} }} coins.
** The average value of a [[Casket (easy)]] was found to be 54,523 coins {{CiteGeneral |url= |title=10,000 Easy + Medium Clue Loots - RuneScape Stream Highlight |author=Jagex |time=6 May, 2015}} as of [[28 April]] [[2015]].
<references />

Or perhaps:

  • Medium clue scroll rewards range from 2,000 coins to over 8,100,000 coins.
  1. ^ Jagex. 10,000 Easy + Medium Clue Loots - RuneScape Stream Highlight.*
* Medium clue scroll rewards range from 2,000 coins to over {{Coins| {{GEPrice|Ranger boots}} round -5}} coins.
** The average value of a [[Casket (medium)]] was found to be 122,941 coins {{CiteGeneral |url= |title=10,000 Easy + Medium Clue Loots - RuneScape Stream Highlight |author=Jagex |time=6 May, 2015}} as of [[5 May]] [[2015]].
<references />

My questions and concerns:

  1. Would something like this be useful? If so, which style should be used, and would you make any suggestions to the layout?
  2. Is the average the JMods found during their live steam an acceptable conclusion, or should the averages be corrected to ignore the outliers?
  3. Does this belong on Yew Grove instead?

Thank you for your time and feedback -- Heaven Sent (talk) 15:21, May 14, 2015 (UTC)

Yew Grove seems a tad excessive for this. The article's talk page would be the most appropriate place, but it likely won't get as many visitors. I'd personally not add the {{Coins}} template in this specific section.
Making the maximum values dynamic GE prices seems like a good idea; though the better solution would be making it fully dynamic (selecting the maximum values possible reward, instead of setting the reward that we know/checked manually to be the worth the most at the time of editing). That said, this may not be feasible/efficient in wiki code, and I doubt someone'd create a Module for just that.
As for adding the average values based on the stream... I'm unsure. Having this information is interesting, and could be helpful to some, but it will be outdated very quickly due to changing market prices (I can't imagine the puzzle skipping tickets will stay at their insane price forever). If it is added, I would put it in the trivia. Otherwise I can think of two, both rather unlikely, ways of implementing a dynamic average:
  • If we know all the possibilities involved, a complete formula can be created to calculate the average.
  • We can sum and list the full loot the mods obtained in the 2*5000 caskets they opened, and manually calculate the total GE worth of those items, diving by 10000 to provide the estimated average value.
IP83.101.44.209 (talk) 16:23, May 14, 2015 (UTC)

Incomplete Refs and Citation TemplatesEdit

I know that if a citation used in an article hasn't been verified in a while, a red star pops up by it that says so. I was wondering if it was possible to add some kind of star next to a reference that is incomplete (and therefore in Category:Incomplete references)? This would be pretty helpful in articles like RuneScape, where there are 36 references and at least one of them is incomplete because who has the time to go through each one? This would go on templates like Template:CiteForum, Template:CiteNPC, etc. Thanks! ɳex undique 02:57, June 11, 2015 (UTC)

FYI the verification asterisks actually were removed a while back (except from CiteGeneral, I think); #if:s hurt my brain, so I'll leave this for someone else to implement --Iiii I I I 04:24, June 11, 2015 (UTC)
Yeah I don't know much about coding templates but it looks like a complete mess. ɳex undique 20:47, June 11, 2015 (UTC)

Personal JS and importArticlesEdit

I have enabled personal JS in the prefs, but my personal common.js, monobook.js, and wikia.js do not run starting "today" (possibly with the Tuesday tech update). It was working before today. I have changed my common.js to simply ...

$(function ()
  window.alert('common loaded');

... to make it painfully obvious that it isn't running, because I get no alert on any page. I've toggled the pref option back and forth a few times to be sure, too.

Also importArticles seems to have been changed not to allow importing any articles in the User: space, possibly as a result of Wikia trying to enforce not loading user JS from site JS. It makes it annoying to load any modules of my personal JS from my personal JS. I also kind of wonder if this point is the cause of the point above.

Mostly I just want to know if anyone else sees this. The tech forums at Community wiki are silent on the issue, and I would have expected at least someone to post there if it happened to them. So does anyone else see this? Thanks. --Saftzie (talk) 06:09, September 9, 2015 (UTC)

Somehow, they've broken the user RL module so it only consists of a user's global.js. Due to lack of other reasons, I can only guess that it's because we're testing the new ContentReview extension at the moment and are the only one's doing so.
I'd agree that importArticles suffers from the same issues. I'd speculate that it's caused by modifications to the PHP code that implements the mode=articles part of RL (and thus importArticles) but I'm not sure how they've managed to break RL itself. I've passed the report on anyway, and hopefully it'll be resolved asap. cqm 07:25, 9 Sep 2015 (UTC)
And it's fixed :) cqm 13:42, 9 Sep 2015 (UTC)
Yup. --Saftzie (talk) 16:33, September 9, 2015 (UTC)


In today's tech update, regarding the topic extension:

  • To tell whether it is enabled on your community, view a community JS page and look for the right rail review module.

Presumably only admins see the rail module, because I don't. But I wonder if the extension is what does make me see this (for a while now):

Obviously it's a lie. If I supply either useuserjs=0 or useusercss=0 as a query, I don't get the dismissable message, although it used to say "Personal JavaScript" rather than "Custom JavaScript," even when personal JS was enabled. It also doesn't happen in Monobook, so I'm not sure I care too much. Anyone else? --Saftzie (talk) 21:25, September 23, 2015 (UTC)

I've passed it on, hopefully someone can figure out what's happened. cqm 23:37, 23 Sep 2015 (UTC)
I do actually wonder if anyone else (presumably only non-admins) sees this. --Saftzie (talk) 00:18, September 24, 2015 (UTC)
That message should only display on MediaWiki:*.js pages when site JS is disabled, or when using the ?usesitejs=0 URL parameter. This notification is designed to be independent of the JSRT. If a user sees it under any other circumstances, please have them submit a bug to Special:Contact so we can capture their browser info to investigate.
Nothing to do but submit a bug report I guess :/ Not that I think for a second it's related to a specific browser. cqm 13:58, 24 Sep 2015 (UTC)
It looks like Wikia fixed it without a bug report. Or maybe the JS that puts it there is what's broken now. JS console says:
Use of attributes' specified attribute is deprecated. It always returns true. @
uncaught exception: [Exception... "Not enough arguments" nsresult: "0x80570001 (NS_ERROR_XPC_NOT_ENOUGH_ARGS)" location: "JS frame :: :: <TOP_LEVEL> :: line 5" data: no]
BTW, in the quote above, I had to to nowiki "?usesitejs=0," otherwise the HTML for the quote is (Page Source):
<table style="margin: 0 auto; border-collapse:collapse; border-style:none; background-color:transparent;">
<td class="quotation-mark" style="width:20px; vertical-align:top; font-size:40px; font-family:serif; font-weight:bold; text-align:left; padding:10px 10px;"> “
</td><td style="vertical-align:top; padding:4px 10px;">
</td><td class="quotation-mark" style="width:20px; vertical-align:bottom; font-size:40px; font-family:serif; font-weight:bold; text-align:right; padding:10px 10px;"> ”


i.e., no quote. The template doesn't like it, I guess. --Saftzie (talk) 18:10, September 24, 2015 (UTC)
It's = that cquote2 doesn't like. --Saftzie (talk) 03:28, September 25, 2015 (UTC)

Money making guides table for skill training guidesEdit

I'm looking for someone to make somekindof table to display money making guides that use a particular skill in a section on some skill training guides (e.g. to replace the "Money making using the Mining skill" section on Pay-to-play Mining training). Ideally this would be something which updated with the estimates of gp/hr that is on the mmg's page and display the same kinds of information that the section on the skill training guide has currently. Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 15:54, September 12, 2015 (UTC)

Something like this? (Grabbed from money making guide and modified.)
The main problem with this is the criteria for selection is the title contains the word "mining"; this is likely to result in false positives and negatives, especially for other skills. Ideally we'd have some (hidden) categories added to all the money making method pages for the primary skill(s) involved in that method. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 03:29, September 13, 2015 (UTC)
Another thought, could probably add the hidden categories automatically using the Category param of the MMGs (that'll only give one category though; mutliskill things (eg) might need other categories).
A second template can be made to hide the 'Category' column. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 03:49, September 13, 2015 (UTC)

Mining money making guides
Method Profit Skill Experience
Mining adamantite ore 167,000 70+ Mining 45 Dungeoneering (recommended) 11,400 Mining
Mining clay 374,000 1 Mining (41 for rune pickaxe) 4,200 Mining
Mining concentrated coal rocks 92,000 77 Mining 35,000 Mining
Mining concentrated gold rocks 125,000 80 Mining
83 Summoning recommended
50,000 Mining
Mining granite 736,000 45 Mining
68 Divination recommended
30,000 Mining
Mining iron ore 206,000

15 Mining, (41 for rune pickaxe)
15 Dungeoneering
29 Multicombat

33,600 Mining
Mining rune essence 41,000 None (41 Mining strongly recommended for rune pickaxe) 4,825 Mining
Mining runite ore 1,400,000 85+ Mining
83 Summoning strongly recommended
15,000 Mining
Mining soft clay 805,000 75 Agility-icon, Construction-icon, Crafting-icon, Dungeoneering-icon, Mining-icon, Herblore-icon, Summoning-icon and Prayer-icon for access to Prifddinas. 4,200 Mining

Recurring Mining money making guides
Method Profit Time Effective Profit Recurrence time Experience
Mining a divine runite rock 140,000 00:40 12,574,000 24 hours 875 Mining
Is it possible to add a column that gets the xp/hr in the relevant skill? And I don't think we'd need a members/non-members column because skill training guides are split in free-to-play and pay-to-play when the skill is available in f2p. Looks great though, thanks :) Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 08:38, September 13, 2015 (UTC)
Created Template:Mmgtable/row2 to do this; still have the issue with page selection though. This issue also applies to selecting only free-to-play/members methods. That can be fixed with another category thing. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 21:09, September 15, 2015 (UTC)
Added recurring guide too; has the same selection issues. I don't think its compatible with the nonrecurring table either, to be honest. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 21:25, September 15, 2015 (UTC)
That's fine, I can just make a separate section with a recurring methods table. If it's hard to make a table that selects f2p/p2p guides, could we just have the table show all mmgs for the skill with a column showing whether they are f2p/p2p like before? :) Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 11:54, September 16, 2015 (UTC)

Blank pageEdit

Hi everyone, I've having a very strange problem with the wiki. I'm trying to visit the Wilderness Warbands page, but attempting to navigate to that page results in a blank page (tested on 2 browsers). Attempting to get to that page for my phone results in a redirect to "Community Central:Not a valid Wikia" (and that's after I directly entered the full URI "". Is anyone else experiencing this? It's very frustrating. -- 06:46, November 14, 2015 (UTC)

Indeed, the page refuses to render, even with action=render. It refuses to be previewed in edit mode or when picking any revision in the history. The same is true in any skin, including unsupported ones. --Saftzie (talk) 07:25, November 14, 2015 (UTC) returns
error code="internal_api_error_InvalidResponseException" info="Exception Caught: Invalid response: "
--Saftzie (talk) 08:17, November 14, 2015 (UTC)
I forgot to add that this isn't the only page where this issue occures, there are 100s of other pages as far as I can tell. Strange rock for example is another one.
How strange that the Api works for Kebab ( but not Strange rock ( Is this a wikia-related issue or is this a broken module on this wiki that's affecting this? -- 09:43, November 14, 2015 (UTC)
It's an issue with the <math> tag – none of the pages on Special:TagsReport work.
12:33:13 PM <ponie> math tags everywhere break
12:33:15 PM <ponie> no clue why
12:33:31 PM <@onei> It's filed, getting an eta now
12:36:32 PM <@onei> should be fixed in asap
12:36:45 PM <@onei> not "site down" priority, but the next one down
--Iiii I I I 10:16, November 14, 2015 (UTC)
True enough, it seems. If I nowiki the math expressions, the pages render. Well, "ASAP" priority hopefully means there would be little point in posting a site notice and/or bot-editing all those pages. FWIW, math tags work on a few other wikis I tried, so it's not Wikia-wide. --Saftzie (talk) 11:41, November 14, 2015 (UTC)

Additional relevant posts from IRC:

Nov 14 02:39:57 <Jr_Mime>	yo ponie  Gaz onei whoever Bert Hall [21:36]  @tya: RS math tag update, the problem has been identified but they are still determining the solution
Nov 14 02:40:14 <ponie>	can they like
Nov 14 02:40:19 <ponie>	completely disable math tags in the mean time
Nov 14 02:40:31 <ponie>	so that <math> shows up as literally <math> as if we didn't have the extension
Nov 14 02:41:16 <Jr_Mime>	I poked
Nov 14 15:03:42 <Jr_Mime_>	Bert Hall [22:15] 
Nov 14 15:03:42 <Jr_Mime_>	welp, it turns out that it’s just part of Wikia and can’t be disabled per-wiki. The problem is in the RSW database specifically though. There’s not a way to disable the tags in the interim.

In the meantime, since we're getting more and more comments about pages being down, I AWB nowiki'd math tags in most main and calculator spaces. Here's a list of pages that have them (cache takes a long time to refresh, so it still shows them), and here's the list of pages edited, in case someone else wants to undo the changes when the tags are fixed (not that you'd be able to undo them until that time). Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 19:02, November 14, 2015 (UTC)

It appears to be resolved. --Saftzie (talk) 08:36, November 18, 2015 (UTC)

So...about uploadingEdit

"I have spoken further with our technical team and they have confirmed that there are several ongoing problems on Runescape Wiki, including the issue with image uploads. It is apparently separate from the problems we had last week, and they are still working to fix things."

Wikia Community Support

So, with monday update coming up, what should be done in the mean time? --Jlun2 (talk) 15:20, November 15, 2015 (UTC)

I added a notice to the sidebar, hopefully it'll be reviewed quickly. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 15:55, November 15, 2015 (UTC)
Hey, just popping in to give you an update: the team are still actively working on getting this back to normal. Apologies for the problems - it's really unfortunate it happened just before a weekend, or we would probably have got this sorted much sooner. (Temporarily commenting out the math tags was a great idea, as is the right rail message - we appreciate your doing so).
We know the source of the problem (a server issue), and we're working on remedying it now. The sheer size of your community slows things down a little (not that I'm complaining!), but it should be sorted within the next 24 hours. I'll endeavour to provide updates here when possible, and we'll be working to make this sure doesn't happen again. Kirkburn (talk) @fandom 01:38, November 17, 2015 (UTC)
The team are currently in the testing phase. If all goes well, we should be finished fairly soon. Kirkburn (talk) 18:32, November 17, 2015 (UTC)
Things should be returning to normal now - math tags and uploads now work. If you do run into more issues, please let us know via Special:Contact/bug! If there were still any pages with math tags active (and thus cause blank pages), a quick null edit should get them working again - otherwise the cache should update for them within 24 hours.
Apologies again for these issues, especially as a patch was going live. While Wikia stability has taken good strides in the past few years as we overhaul many of our systems, there's certainly still more to do. Kirkburn (talk) 20:10, November 17, 2015 (UTC)
yay! 22px-Logo.svg.pngTyA_userpage_image.png 20:18, November 17, 2015 (UTC)

pengLocations, the new loader in Common.js, and maybe ContentReviewEdit

I noticed "today" that Wikia approved the new version of pengLocations.js, however the PHASL article still doesn't reflect that. The updated code appears not to be working there, which is odd, because if anyone previously clicked the "Enter test mode" button, it did work. I did some digging. Here's the story.

The new loader in Common.js is essentially:

  async: true,
  data: {
    debug: mw.config.get('debug'),
    lang: mw.config.get('wgContentLanguage'),
    mode: 'articles',
    articles: 'MediaWiki:Common.js/pengLocations.js',
    only: 'scripts'
  dataType: 'script',
  error: function (_, textStatus, errorThrown) {
    mw.log(textStatus, errorThrown);
  type: 'GET',
  url: mw.util.wikiScript('load')

If I load the article with an http query of "usesitejs=0" and run that code snippet, as expected, it doesn't work. It retrieves the js from

However, if I load the article with an http query of "usesitejs=0" and run importArticles({type: 'script', articles: 'MediaWiki:Common.js/pengLocations.js'});, it works. It retrieves the js from

If I add things or change the query in the Common.js snippet (the data object) in any sane way, it also works. I begin to suspect the cache. I fetch manually and look at it. It is, indeed, the old revision, which won't work after the page move.

Is there any way to force Wikia's ResourceLoader cache to be flushed and updated with the new, recently-approved code? I wonder if the query "reviewed=1448042952" (which is a fairly new parameter) is Wikia's way to increment a counter to re-cache code that's been updated and approved. The counter isn't the rev ID of the article, but it appears not to change with time, either.

If Wikia has changed something about how the ResourceLoader cache works for ContentReview, it may mean the new loader in Common.js needs to add that parameter somehow.

So, who knows anything? --Saftzie (talk) 07:08, November 22, 2015 (UTC)

I had a quick dig through the importArticles code and discovered you're findings are correct - Wikia have done something to their extended version of RL to support JSReview. I've added some extra params which I've lifted directly from the importArticles JS and added the skin param into both CSS and JS loaders.
It's working for me in test mode now, so I'll submit it for review. If possible, could you double check its working for you as well? cqm 16:24, 22 Nov 2015 (UTC)
I haven't tested just yet, but in ...
var opts = {
        async: true,
        data: {
            debug: conf.debug,
            lang: conf.wgContentLanguage,
            mode: 'articles',
            articles: elem,
            only: 'scripts',
            // not convinced skin does anything, but it's here just in case
        dataType: 'script',
        error: function (_, textStatus, errorThrown) {
            mw.log(textStatus, errorThrown);
        type: 'GET',
        url: mw.util.wikiScript('load')
    $jqXhr = $.ajax(opts);

// extra params for js review/js test mode
// lifted directly from the js for importArticles
// see <>
// correct line as of 2015-11-22 (may change in the future as stuff is changed)
if (conf.wgContentReviewExtEnabled) {
    if ( > -1) {
        if (conf.wgContentReviewTestModeEnabled) {
   = conf.wgScriptsTimestamp;
        } else {
   = conf.wgReviewedScriptsTimestamp;
... don't you need to set opts before invoking $.ajax(opts)? FWIW, I also think the skin parameter is useless here, but I guess it doesn't hurt. --Saftzie (talk) 16:40, November 22, 2015 (UTC)
It does appear to work now, but only because the URL from which Common.js fetchs pengLocations is now, i.e., &skin=monobook is the only addition. That forces a cache miss, but it'll only work one time. The other query parameters aren't there, since they were added after the invocation. --Saftzie (talk) 16:52, November 22, 2015 (UTC)
Well spotted. Fixed and re-submitted cqm 17:04, 22 Nov 2015 (UTC)
Woot! --Saftzie (talk) 17:32, November 22, 2015 (UTC)

Trahaearn automaton is brokenEdit

Seriously, look at its Contributions. The reason I'm not on its talk page is that someone should probably fix it without waiting for ThePsionic to do it first. --Saftzie (talk) 20:07, March 5, 2016 (UTC)

I've left it a talk page message on the bot's talk page which should prevent AWB usage until it's been read, assuming it is using AWB, and a message on User talk:ThePsionic notifying him of what happened and a request to fix it. If it breaks any further before the issues have been addressed I'll block the account and remove the bot flag. cqm 00:45, 6 Mar 2016 (UTC)
Looks like the edits got fixed manually. --Saftzie (talk) 22:03, March 11, 2016 (UTC)

RuneMetrics dataEdit

Hey guys, In light of the new addition to the game - RuneMetrics, it's now possible to collect 100% accurate drop logs on massive scale. For example, here is a few hours worth of testing in abyss - 8,776 Abyssal Walker - perfect drop log. I am wondering if the wikia has any plans on collecting this data and providing highly accurate drop tables instead of or in addition to this old quantized drop sysstem. I'm sure many people, including myself would be willing to provide large datasets (with 1000s of kill counts). This would be a highly valuable addition to the wiki. -

It would be difficult for certain monsters. If we make the change for some monsters, we'd be expected to do it for all. And not everything can be killed in such quantities so easily. For now, I think we should stick to the current system. In the coming months (as there's still a lot of information from past updates to deal with) we can reevalute the plan and maybe start a project to work on drop samples. If you feel optimistic about this happening, you should feel free to post data on article talk pages (e.g. your data can go on Talk:Abyssal walker) to get a bit of a head start. MolMan 00:01, February 23, 2016 (UTC)
Haha walkers was just an easy test run. But if runemetrics keeps long-term drop logs for monsters, than it's not a problem at all as I could get you even 5K araxxi drop logs (in ~3 months). But that's provided runemetrics does keep that data for that long. Quickly looking over the website I can see it keeps the drop logs for at least 1 month. So it's definitly doable to gather 1000s of kills even for the slowest monsters out there - bar some npcs from quests and such. -- 00:08, February 23, 2016 (UTC)
Definitely, but spurring interest for certain monsters will be difficult. Another reason I'd like to wait is that this information is stored on the site. Imagine if we could scrape data for every player ever like we did with with the adventurer's log project. MolMan 00:12, February 23, 2016 (UTC)
I was thinking about how to store such information on the wiki, and while it's not an issue for a lot of drops, there are problems for certain drops such as coins. Coins are rarely dropped in constant amounts, and the current drop logs offered by RuneMetrics aren't capable of differentiating between coins from one drop and coins from any number of other drops from what I can tell. There's also issues with the RDT polluting data.
I'd very much like to be able to store all this data, but I think we need to have a good think about how we go about it rather than just taking everything from day 1. cqm 17:35, 25 Feb 2016 (UTC)
Another problem I just thought about - slayer masks could also corrupt the data with their double drop feature. cqm 17:36, 25 Feb 2016 (UTC)


Hey there, 

Can we do something to get rid of these ads?  Like maybe have a premium (paid) acct? 

I'm always having to scan for adware & other garbage after I visit these pages, and it drives me crazy. 

I have an older computer, and I often get kicked out of the game if I have this wiki open.  This wiki has the best, current info available. 

I would gladly pay a subscription fee or something to get rid of these ads and the problems I get when I visit these pages. 

Please help,  Thank you!  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mystic Alchemist (talk) on 03:18, 20 April 2016 (UTC).

See RuneScape:Advertisements#Disabling advertisements. You shouldn't be getting any advertisements while logged into a Wikia account, assuming you have "Don't show ads" on in Special:Preferences. --Iiii I I I 03:43, April 20, 2016 (UTC)
TBH just use adblock. It'll save you a lot of hassle. Quest Gaz Lloyd 7:^]Events!99s 18:04, April 24, 2016 (UTC)

Ghost captainEdit

I need to upload a image to Ghost captain (Dragontooth Island), Can someone upload/add this for me? thanks. (talk) 23:00, May 11, 2016 (UTC)


[[:File:Eastern Sea Map.png]] isn't working properly since I uploaded a new version last night. I have the error "Error creating thumbnail: Invalid thumbnail parameters". Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 10:01, July 9, 2016 (UTC)

We had the same issue with File:PHAS Hint Map.png. The original file size 6,468 × 4,654 (5.28 MB) gave the Error creating thumbnail: Invalid thumbnail parameters error message as well. Resizing it down to 2,500 × 1,799 (3.16 MB) corrected the problem though. I'm not sure what the maximum pixel resolution is, but if you want to keep trying to scale it down, it should eventually upload correctly. — Heaven Sent (talk) 19:22, July 9, 2016 (UTC)
So I actually checked.... "The maximum size of uploads on Wikia is 10 MB. The maximum image resolution is 12.5 million pixels." The current file uploaded for [[:File:Eastern Sea Map.png]] is at 12,736,288 pixels. Resizing just a few percentages smaller should do the trick. — Heaven Sent (talk) 19:29, July 9, 2016 (UTC)
Remember that "12.5 million" = 12 × 1024 × 1024 when you're counting pixels. --Saftzie (talk) 20:06, July 9, 2016 (UTC)

Seed logsEdit

Seed logs for bird's nest haven't been working correctly since the bird's nest pages were split to new names. The link for submitting new data leads to creating a new page (like Bird's nest (seeds 2)/Mole nest log). The submission link works when moved to these names, but changing them to simply pagename/log breaks them.

Bird's nest/Birds nest log may a different solution to make the submission work, since its used on multiple pages. Magic logs detailIsobelJRaw rocktail detail 19:25, July 15, 2016 (UTC)

Monster Infoboxes broken?Edit

Are the monster infoboxes broken? I see "Script error" on every monster article. -- 03:48, July 22, 2016 (UTC)

The only error I see in my console is "uncaught exception: Module wikia.abTest is not defined.", which just means this wiki isn't part of whatever A/B test Wikia is doing right now. Everything else looks fine. --Saftzie (talk) 04:02, July 22, 2016 (UTC)
I know Wikia was having some issues with Lua, something we use a lot in our infoboxes, recently. However, I viewed a few monster pages and don't see any Script error messages. I suggest purging the page to clear the cache and see if that fixes the problem. An easy way to purge the page, would be to click the clock near the top right of the page when on the page. 22px-Logo.svg.pngTyA_userpage_image.png 04:05, July 22, 2016 (UTC)
[9:16 PM] furry: @Gaz Still being worked on. It seems there's a variety of issues with lua right now, some have been resolved but others still being worked on
[9:17 PM] furry: Stack was upgraded to php7 the other day, it seems lua didn't like that

--Iiii I I I 04:22, July 22, 2016 (UTC)

I noticed the same, rip. I guess we'll just have to wait till Wikia fixes it. Willow tree Salix of Prifddinas Prifddinas lodestone icon 07:27, July 22, 2016 (UTC)
Can someone add a notice that the issue is known and that Wikia is working on it? Inb4 spam by all readers that it's broken. Willow tree Salix of Prifddinas Prifddinas lodestone icon 07:48, July 22, 2016 (UTC)
It's not every monster article, though, at least not for me. Imp, Goblin, and Fire giant are fine, for example, but General Graardor is broken. That's one Template:Infobox Monster, one Template:Infobox monster multi, and two Template:Infobox Monster new, only one of which is broken for me. FWIW, the template page of "new" is broken for me. I did action=purge on them, without any change, so it's unlikely brokenness/fixedness is a cache thing. It's possible there's just some syntax LUA doesn't like now that gets exercised in some cases but not others. --Saftzie (talk) 09:20, July 22, 2016 (UTC)

Purging the page cache doesn't help. Also there appear to be issues with other templates, it's not only monsters. Every item page containing the {{Disassemble}} template have script errors it appear. -- 17:52, July 22, 2016 (UTC)

Halp pls how does exchange modules worksEdit

What I'm wondering is: why does {{#invoke:Exchange|price}} work just fine, but {{#invoke:Exchange|value}} does not? Module:Exchange seems to have those defined just the same way, so I'd think it works the same... JOEYTJE50TALKpull my finger 18:36, November 12, 2016 (UTC)

Ok I've now found template:GEValue for an example how to do it, but I'd still appreciate an explanation why this is different for price and value. JOEYTJE50TALKpull my finger 18:50, November 12, 2016 (UTC)
I'm not 100% sure how you're using it, but the format is {{#invoke:module_title|function|arg1|arg2|etc.}}. The price usage works because a function call price exists to handle the specific arguments of {{GEP}} and {{GEPrice}}, notably multiples but also it needed to pass it through #expr first. Value had no such pre-existing template iirc nor was it required to do anything particularly special, so it's accessed through the view method.
I'm guessing you saw the _price and _value functions, amongst similarly prefixed functions, and thought they were being used when you called #invoke. They're designed to be used by other modules, rather than having to parse the wikitext formatted response of the module before using it for something else. cqm 19:12, 12 Nov 2016 (UTC)
That makes sense then. Thanks for explaining, I did indeed get confused by the _value function, thinking that's what's being called. JOEYTJE50TALKpull my finger 20:17, November 20, 2016 (UTC)

Cats of Menaphos imagesEdit

How do people that are making the cat images get their camera low enough for that kind of angle? Here is an example. Go to File History to see the angle that free cam will let you (the first image).  —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Borithel (talk) on 19:35, 8 June 2017.

I guess with the freecam/Orb of oculus? Willow tree Salix of Prifddinas Prifddinas lodestone icon 19:40, June 8, 2017 (UTC)
That doesnt go low enough for the angle they have in the images. In the images it's a sort of looking up at the cat angle, where as orb only will give you a downward angle. Borithel (talk) 20:01, June 8, 2017 (UTC)
Got it, if you do Selfie mode, then equip the Ring of Stone in the same tick, then Gaze into the Orb you can go through walls/borders to line it up. Borithel (talk) 23:36, June 8, 2017 (UTC)

Making the time stamp part of the signature customizationEdit

When you sign a comment it displays your custom signature, then a time stamp. My signature is runescape chat themed and I wanted something like this: "[01:47:57] Borithel:" instead of the time stamp being appended to the end of my signature. Is there a variable I can use to implement this? When I use the 5 tildes in my template it doesnt do the variable time I wanted. Here is a picture example. --Ironman badgeIronman BorithelQuick chat button 05:55, June 9, 2017 (UTC)

As it happens, I do something similar in my signature, although it needs a bit more setup than a standard signature. Once you've done it, you'll only need to sign with 3 ~ instead of the normal 4.
  1. To start, I'd move your signature from Template:Signatures/Borithel to User:Borithel/Signature and add an argument for the time to go in, e.g. {{{1|}}} [rest of your signature here].
  2. Next, create User:Borithel/Sig with {{User:Borithel/Signature|{{{1|}}}}}. This is used to prevent your signature template being expanded and the source code added to every page (it's a quirk of mediawiki).
  3. Finally, you need to modify the signature field in your preferences to use a time parser function by passing in {{subst:#time: H:i, M j, Y}} as an argument to your signature.
As an example, my two signature templates are User:Cqm/Sig and USer:Cqm/Signature with my signature preference being set to:
{{SUBST:#ifexist:User:Cqm/Sig|{{SUBST:User:Cqm/Sig|{{subst:#time: H:i, j M Y}} (UTC)}}|[[User:Cqm|'''cqm''']] <sup>[[User talk:Cqm|'''talk''']]</sup>}}
You'll need to add some more CSS to your signature to get it exactly how you wanted as well, but I'm assuming you made your signature so don't need help there. If not, have a go getting the timestamp into your signature and we can go from there. cqm 08:57, 22 Jun 2017 (UTC)
Ironman badgeIronman BorithelQuick chat button I think I got it right. I searched for documentation on H:i, j M Y because I wanted to understand it (it listed what you have as "j" as "d", and didnt see a "j" anywhere so dont know what that is). Found documentation from a place related to php so I presume that's the type of code instead of CSS. Works how I wanted it so thank you, I'll decide if I think it's too pretentious or not as time goes on :P. Anyway, to help understand this further I have some questions.
  1. Where could I have looked to know to do this in the first place?
  2. What is {{{1|}}}, can you help me comprehend this?
  3. When you say "this is used to prevent your signature template being expanded and the source code added to every page (it's a quirk of mediawiki)," I want to comprehend this completely, can you explain more on this or redirect me?
  4. Same as 3, I want to comprehend this; so why each character is there, what each command means or does... Alternatively and to the relief of my consciousness for asking so much from you; a link to documentation or where to look?
    {{subst:#ifexist:User:Borithel/Sig|{{subst:User:Borithel/Sig|{{subst:#time:h:i:s, d/m/y}} (UTC)}}|— [[User:Borithel|Borithel]] ([[User talk:Borithel|talk]])}}
  5. And finally, if you have any suggestions how to match my fonts more to Runescape's font. I have a picture example here, User:Borithel/Signature.
I know this is a lot to respond to, I'd be perfectly accepting of documentation or a direction you could point me to to research this more. Seeing your user page has motivated me a bit to look more into the coding side of the wiki, so I thank you for that too. :)

Edit: Oh, also what's going to happen to my depending signatures when I delete my Template:Signatures/Borithel?

I'm not Cqm, but I believe I can answer most of these for you until he's back around to field your questions.
  1. {{#time: format string }} is a MediaWiki parser function, with its documentation found here. The string #time: H:i, j M Y formats the time as, Hour in 24-hour format, zero-padded:Minutes past the hour, zero-padded, Day of the month, not zero-padded An abbreviation of the month name, in the site language 4-digit year; 09:32, 19 Oct 2017.
  2. {{{1|}}} is an anonymous transclusion numbered parameter; documentation on them can be found here. They are used to pass relevant information into templates. User:Cqm is suggesting that you pass the previously formatted time function through your newly created signature template using the numbered parameter, so the time you signed your post is saved on each edit, instead of the local time the signature is viewed.
  3. This is so when you sign, only {{User:Borithel/Signature|TIME}} is left behind, instead of all the raw formatting code required to display your templated signature that way.
  4. {{subst:Name}}when this template link is used, it will be replaced once and for all with the content of [[Template:Name]] as of the time the page with the link is saved: a copy of the contents of [[Template:Name]] will be substituted for the template link. The contents are then a part of the including page, and can be edited normally, separately from the original. Note: later changes to the source template page will not be propagated to the page with the template link.
  5. Perhaps play around with wrapping your signature with the {{RSFont}} template. It would cause it to look something like: Ironman badgeIronman BorithelQuick chat button
Heaven Sent (talk) 05:21, June 23, 2017 (UTC)
[07:47:14, 23/06/17 (UTC)Ironman badgeIronman BorithelQuick chat button: Alright I think I understand how this all works.
{{subst:#ifexist:User:Borithel/Sig|{{subst:User:Borithel/Sig|{{subst:#time:h:i:s, d/m/y}} (UTC)}}|— [[User:Borithel|Borithel]] ([[User talk:Borithel|talk]])}}
So it starts off with my User:Borithel/Sig. A substitution is used for the whole signature, I assume this is in case a dependent page is deleted. Then within User:Borithel/Sig it defines the {{{1|}}} parameter as time. The reason it's on another page is because when a template is linked within another template it expands the contents of the interior templates. If it wasnt on another page it would show the time in which the template page was saved originally, by letting it expand within the template it timestamps it as it's used. Within all this is an ifexist statement, it checks to see if the page is exists or not, if it does it proceeds normally; pasting the template, but if it doesn't exist it pastes a somewhat standard signature. Oh and the reason {{{1|}}} has a pipe in it is to set a default parameter to fall back on instead of displaying {{{1|}}}, it will display   if for some reason the parameter definition in my preferences is no longer defined.

Showing me the media wiki pages helped a bunch, and now that I know that exists I'll definitely check there for further research. Oh also, the MuseoSans font was a good call, thank you. I'll probablly not do this time stamp thing because it feels obnoxious, but I appreciate the knowledge. :)
There's also a rough guide on how to do it at w:User:Monchoman45/SigReal which is where many people who use timestamps in their signature start off. cqm 10:07, 24 Jun 2017 (UTC)

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