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User talk:Colin Angus Mackay

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Hello Colin Angus Mackay!

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Thanks for all your work on all those articles about Scotland. The reason that some of your contributions are anonymous is because of a software bug. To overcome this you need to check your preferences each time you edit a page to make sure you are still logged on, or not watch the pages you edit as adding pages to the watchlist currently results in you being logged off. -- Huttite 20:55, 11 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Thanks for the welcome. I've also found that as I continue to edit the bug is less and less annoying as I'm already watching the page. -- Colin Angus Mackay 10:11, 12 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Hi Colin, I see you've done lots of good editing and articles already. I worked up in Edinburgh for 2 months last "summer", so I have contributed to a few articles - it seems that a few anglicism crept in that you are now correcting! I didn't make it to Dunfermline!, but I am off to Shetland and Orkney next week, so I'll be writing about them in a few weeks. -- DanielC 09:27, 12 Jun 2005 (EDT)

Thanks for the welcome. There can't have been too many anglicisms as I don't remember correcting any - They were probably quite minor. -- Colin Angus Mackay 10:11, 12 Jun 2005 (EDT)
Well, calling Loch Lomond a lake, and Linlithgow Palace a Castle... -- DanielC 10:22, 12 Jun 2005 (EDT)


Hi Colin. I've been trying to do a bit of work on Edinburgh and especially the Districts. I've tried to rejuvenate a discussion in which you made some very good points (admittedly about 3 years ago!) on the Discussion page. I'd appreciate your input again if you have the time... Tarr3n 12:48, 25 June 2008 (EDT)