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Hkpatv 02:42, 5 Oct 2005 (EDT) Test1Hkpatv 02:42, 5 Oct 2005 (EDT)Test2


Hi it looks like you made some edits to Template:District instead of the HK article you meant to. Here's how to cut-n-paste your edits from the wrong article to the right one:

  1. Click on Template:District
  2. Click "history"
  3. Locate the last edit you made in the history and click on the date for that edit to see the last version you made
  4. Click "edit" to see the wikitext for the last version you made
  5. Highlight the parts you want to copy and select "Edit/Copy" from the menu in your browser
  6. You can now edit the Right Article, and clicking "Edit/Past" from the menu should your text into the right place.

-- Colin 02:19, 9 Nov 2005 (EST)

Thanks for the work on HK[edit]

Better late than never — so thanks a bunch for all your work on Hong Kong, please keep it up! Jpatokal 21:50, 10 Nov 2005 (EST)

Bogus goods[edit]

We've talked about these, golf clubs in Zhuhai. I've just added a section on bogus goods to the China article. You might want to comment or edit. Pashley 11:48, 11 May 2006 (EDT)

Splurge → Top End[edit]

I reverted your change on the Wikitravel:Big city article template as I didn't see any discussion anywhere about changing the terminology, and changes to the article templates do require prior discussion as such changes affect nearly all pages on the site. If I've missed a discussion where a consensus to make this change was reached then please revert my change. -- Ryan 21:13, 7 August 2006 (EDT)

No worries - wasn't aware of that policy - just trying to be bold. Will wait until anyone picks up on discussionHkpatv 21:16, 7 August 2006 (EDT)

Plunging forward is good! In this case, however, the article templates have been developed through several years worth of discussion, so any further changes usually require some discussion. Your change was perfectly fine, I just wanted to make sure you understood why it was reverted. -- Ryan 21:19, 7 August 2006 (EDT)