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One useful way to navigate Wikitravel -- especially for contributors -- is to use the Recent changes page. This page lists the most recent edits of pages on Wikitravel, along with the name (or IP address) of the contributor and the summary they provided. Some reasons to use the Recent Changes page:

  • To browse. If you've been reading Wikitravel for a while, it's nice to read new and updated stories.
  • To proofread. People who like to check spelling and grammar, formatting rules, etc., can find new culprits on the Recent Changes page.
  • To track vandalism. If a smart aleck is burning through Wikitravel replacing articles with "HULAGLAGHLGHL LIK MY BALLZ!!!!" or what have you, they'll leave a trail in the Recent Changes page. It's easy to clean up after them there.
  • To enhance navigation. Watching Recent Changes can help find articles that aren't reachable through other pages. Experienced Wikitravellers can read these articles and make links to them from other appropriate pages.

To keep an eye on pages of particular interest to you, try using the Watchlist feature.

A word of warning: Recent Changes can be addictive. Some Wikitravellers spend an inordinate amount of time reloading the Recent Changes page over and over and over and over...

How it works[編集]

The Recent Changes page has the following parts:

  • Show last N changes. You can vary the number of changes that are shown on the page by clicking the number (50, 100, 250, etc.) that you want to see.
  • The date. Changes are grouped by date. If there aren't as many changes in the last calendar day as you selected, multiple dates will be shown.
  • A list of the changes themselves, one per line. Each change line has the following parts:
    • (diff) link. Clicking on this link will show a side-by-side visual difference between the article after the change and before it was changed.
    • (hist) link. This shows the full Page history for the article that was changed.
    • New indicator ("N"). A letter "N" indicates that the article is new.
    • Minor indicator ("M"). A letter "M" indicates that the change to the article was minor (according to the contributor who made the change).
    • 'Article link. This is a link to the article that was changed. If the article is on your watchlist, the article title will be bold.
    • Contributor name (or IP address). The name of the person who contributed this change, with a link to their user page. If the contributor is anonymous -- no user account yet, or they didn't log in -- it will just show their IP address and will link directly to their contributions.
    • (Talk) link. Click here to go to the user talk page for the user who made the change. This link will show as a link to a new page if the user talk page does not exist. For logged in users this probably means they are a new user as their talk page does not have a welcome message on it. The Talk page link will normally be new pages if it is just an IP address as anonymous users are often people encountering Wikitravel for the first time and may log on if they like the experience. If an IP address has a talk page this may mean a previous contributor from that IP address has caused an issue and someone has added a note about it. As some IP addresses are ISP dial-up ports or shared computers, their users can change, the next user may be someone completely different and the note may not apply any more.
    • The time. The time the change happened.
    • Summary. The summary the contributor added when editing the page.

Enhanced Recent Changes[編集]

If you've enabled Enhanced recent changes on your user preferences page, you'll see a more concise list of changes on the Recent Changes page, with multiple changes to the same article will be grouped into a single line. Each of these aggregate lines has the following parts:

  • Twist-down arrow. If there are multiple changes to the same article, a little blue arrow icon will appear to the left of the article. Clicking on this arrow will show lines for each change (see below).
  • New indicator ("N"). A letter "N" indicates that the article is new.
  • The time. The time that the most recent change happened.
  • Article link. This is a link to the article that was changed, as above.
  • Number changes. A count of how many changes have happened to the article in question. Clicking on the linked word "changes" will show the difference between the article as it was before the first change happened, and how it is now.
  • Page history link. A link to the page history for this article.
  • User (Nx), User (Nx), .... Shows each user that made a change, with a count of how many times they changed the article. Each user who's made a change to the article is listed, with a link to their user page.

If you use the twist-down arrow, a line for each of the individual changes that is aggregated is shown, with the following information:

  • Minor indicator ("M"). A letter "M" indicates that the change to the article was minor.
  • The time. The time that the individual change happened. If you click this link, it will show the article as it was after the change.
  • (cur) link. Clicking this link will show the difference between the article after the change took place and the article as it is now (its "current" version).
  • (last) link. Clicking this link will show the difference between the article after the change took place and the article before the change took place. This really shows you what the change was about.
  • User name. The user who made the change.
  • Talk link.
  • Summary.

If there is only one change to an article in the time period you chose, then it will have a line all to itself. This line has the following parts:

  • New indicator ("N").
  • Minor indicator ("M").
  • The time.
  • Article link. This is a link to the article that was changed, as above.
  • (cur) link. Clicking this link will show the difference between the article after the change took place and the article as it is now (its "current" version). If this change was the last one to the article, this won't be a link -- just the word "cur".
  • (hist) link. A link to the page history for this article.
  • User name. The user who made the change.
  • Talk link.
  • Summary.

Customizing Recent Changes[編集]

You can customize the Recent Changes page with the following entries on your user preferences page.

  • Hide minor edits in recent changes. If set, changes that the contributor has marked as "minor" won't show up in the Recent Changes page or elsewhere.
  • Enhanced recent changes. If set, the Recent Changes page will use Javascript and CSS to make the listing more dynamic.

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