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Please watch your grammar and capitalization (it doesn't look very professional when you're making new pages without capitalizing properly in the film titles), and also stick to the format used by this site (you only list movies on pages about the guns themselves; you post film screenshots and info in the articles about the movies).
- I have asked you before, and I'll ask again: Please follow the format and do not post the pictures and information about movies within entires for the guns - you are supposed to list only titles under gun sections, and then link to the movies themselves. If you are not sure what that is, then study other pages carefully and make an actual effort to learn. You have made some good contributions so far, but if you are unwilling to abide by the format of this site, I will have no choice but to report you.
Sorry for my grammar, but I'm Spaniard, so I find sometimes difficult to write in English. Regarding these warnings: 1. They are a little too rude, I think 2. Since the first warning, I had followed the format of the page, but I had no time to edit my previous contributions (maybe you should be a little more careful before blaming someone) 3. It should be nice to post the rules of the page anywhere (the "about imfdb" link is empty)
Rafa, thanks for your contributions! My name is Chris and I run the site - please don't feel anyone has been rude to you, we're all just trying to make the site as great as possible. I will help out and go back through your early edits to make any corrections that are needed. :) bunni 22:20, 23 April 2008 (UTC)
Thanks, and sorry if I've been rude myself. Misunderstandings are common with communication through Internet, I'm afraid. Warmest Regards (Um! I think there are spelling errors in these paragraphs. Sorry)
- No, Bunni, it's quite all right, I will admit that in retrospect, my tone was somewhat confrontational. I had no idea Rafa was Spanish; I thought he was simply ignoring me, so I was a bit frustrated.
- As I have said, Rafa, although grammar was a slight problem (i.e. not capitalizing in the titles of movies), I was mostly concerned because you would put information about the use of a gun in a movie within the entry on the gun itself, which is not the format generally used on here. I simply wish to see things stay organized on this site. Additionally, I should point out that to italicize titles of movies on pages about guns (as we usually do), please put two ' on each side of the title (as opposed to a " on each side).
- También, hablo alguno español. Puedo ayudar, si lo necesita. Gracias.
Very well. Sorry for the mistakes. I keep learning. Best wishes.
I keep receiving alerts of "new messages", but I don't find anything new in this page. Am I doing something wrong?
High Plains Drifter
Good job with the page but I remember Clint using an 1873 winchester to shoot one of the guy's ears off. Remember the scene when he is using dynamite? Just thought I'd point that out.
Sorry, I don't have the whole movie. I only have a defective version in my PC, in which the final 20-30 minutes are lost. Thanks for the tip
Let me just explain: Miami Vice is currently being revamped by Predator20, Jcordell, and myself. We're replacing all of the old screencaps with newer, better ones (as well as adding a supreme amount of guns that were missed when the page was first created). When we get to the episodes with the old screencaps you've been putting up, we will get better screencaps, and we won't forget about those guns. So until then, please stop putting up the old screencaps. Thank you. -Gunman69 23:16, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
== "Krag2" File
Oops! I was trying to answer that I've uploaded again the file with another name, but it seems that I made another mistake and deleted my own answer.
When making a page, please add stock gun pictures above the movie pictures. You can copy and paste the code from the actual gun pages or you can find a page that has the same gun and use the information from there. Thanks. --Ben41 16:37, 3 November 2011 (CDT)