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Please feel free to ask me anything on my talk page! Whether it's about one of my edits, a page I started, a page you want me to create, my Timeline Theory, a general question, or you just want to get to know me, I'll be more than happy to answer. Also, I've recently taken a liking to designing userboxes. If you'd like me to make one in particular, feel free to ask! Alter  {T C B H }

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● MSN: bible-man
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Hi! Thank you for the new image(s) you recently uploaded; the wiki appreciates your contributions! We've introduced a policy of crediting the original source of any images used here, so we ask that you please take a moment to let everyone know where your images came from using the various templates here. For more information, see this explanation, and any questions you may have will be answered by the staff here. Thanks for your help!User:Matt/sig 15:59, October 2, 2008 (UTC)

Actually they go on the images, not on the pages. I'll fix it.User:Matt/sig 19:07, October 2, 2008 (UTC)

Ok, Thanks. I'm still trying to figure the whole thing out.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Alter (talk) 23:14, October 2, 2008


Understandable. We were all new at one point. Next thing is, signatures. Whenever you add something to a talk page, you should sign your posts. You can do this by clicking on the second-to-last button on the toolbar above the edit box, or by typing four tildes (~~~~). Whenever you forget to do this, a member will add a nosig template like I did above. This makes it easy to tell who is talking and to tell when each post was added. Also make sure that your post and the previous post are not indented by the same amount. You can indent a post by typing a colon (:) at the very beginning of the line for each time you want to indent. If the previous post was not indented, then indent yours once. You should indent further if unless the last post was three or more indentions long. This makes it easier to distinguish one post from another.User:Matt/sig 23:25, October 2, 2008 (UTC)

Ok! Thank you very much! Alter 00:07, 3 October 2008 (UTC)