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Neverland Vim ThemeEdit
Hi Trapd00r, welcome to the Vim Tips wiki! Thanks for creating Neverland Vim Theme, however I'm wondering if you are aware that since it provides information on script#3397 the page should be at Script:3397. When you visit the script#3397 link at vim.org, there is a section at the top saying "Comments, bugs, improvements Vim wiki", and that includes a link to the Script:3397 page here (yes, it's easy to miss).
For interest, Script:List of all scripts lists all the script pages we had here at the time that list was last updated. It's given in that simple list format so people can search or browse it for things of interest.
I won't do anything at the moment, but probably I will move the content to the standard place. Once I'm confident you have seen this message, I will probably also delete the "Neverland Vim Theme" link because we do not have redirects to other script pages, although ideas are welcome on that. If you have any comments or questions, please reply here. JohnBeckett 09:02, March 6, 2011 (UTC)
- Hello John,
- I was not aware of this. Feel free to move it as you see fit. --Preceding unsigned comment added by Trapd00r 10:23, March 6, 2011
- OK, thanks for the response. I have moved the page, and you will now see that "Neverland Vim Theme" above is a red link (that page no longer exists), whereas "Script:3397" above is now a blue link (that is the page with the information). I will also edit the page to suit our standard format for scripts.
- I edited your user page to fix the link for the new location.
- It's not important, but you might like to edit this section to see how I have rearranged the wikitext. I put a colon in front of your reply to indent it, and two colons in front of mine to indent it further. At the end of the last line, put a space then four tilde characters to provide a signature. When you click "Preview" you can see that four tildes are replaced by a signature which includes a timestamp. If you are editing to look at wikitext, you can simply close the browser window to cancel (assuming you do not want to save an edit). JohnBeckett 08:53, March 7, 2011 (UTC)