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Also, I noticed on your userpage you attempted to link to articles like this: Place, State, Country. We name our articles simply "Place" so Cincinnati, Ohio would only be Cincinnati. In case, there is more than one place with the same name we use a disambiguator. Take Windsor, as an example. Since there are multiple places with the name Windsor we use Windsor as a disambiguation page, but if you want to link to Windsor, Ontario it would be Windsor (Ontario). We do it different from Wikipedia and other places, because some technical features require we do so. -- Sapphire • (Talk) • 06:21, 11 March 2007 (EDT)
Editing talk pages
Hi. So, I've rolled back an edit you make to a talk page. Usually on talk pages, unless there's an extremely good reason to, we don't edit other people's comments. Note that this is different from on the article pages, where anyone should feel free to edit anything. There's some more info on Wikitravel:Using talk pages. --Evan 10:01, 14 March 2007 (EDT)