User talk:Corebreach

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what the?!?

o_o why did you go, make an identical category, then swap all the NCSoft personal over to it? --Sleepy Kitty 14:04, 2 March 2007 (PST)

I wondered the same thing, until I checked http://www.ncsoft.com/ -- turns out their name is NCsoft, not NCSoft. The new category isn't identical, it differs in spelling (well, capitalization really). I don't think it was an essential change, but it also doesn't hurt anything and it helps make things more correct (which is a good thing). Just my 2 cents, anyway. -- Sekoia 14:20, 2 March 2007 (PST)
o.o I looked a bit as well, and they have the caps one of three ways depending on where you go.. Honestly, it should probably be all caps since thats what it is on most logos --Sleepy Kitty 15:04, 2 March 2007 (PST)
It's all about correctness. The 's' isn't capitalized if you mix case. It's all over the manual that way, and the patch notes and press releases I've seen. Plus I didn't know if redirects work on category pages, since they're partially generated automatically. Corebreach 22:46, 2 March 2007 (PST)
Agreed. I've only seen it as NCsoft when written in mixed case, and in all official documentation I've seen, they write it as NCsoft. Thanks for updating it, Corebreach. I try to catch little errors like that myself, but sometimes they slip through. --TonyV 07:53, 7 March 2007 (PST)

Links in Headers

I changed back your edit on the Vanguard Temporary Powers page. TonyV set up a standard on this wiki to not use links in headings. link. I know it can seem a little redundant, but please feel free to discuss it in the forums. Cheers, - Snorii 09:22, 15 August 2007 (EDT)