Here we go again... Dragonfly, ANR bosses in general, and character articles that haven't been affected yet are possibly the candidates for the next wave. Better keep an eye on them...
What really bugs me about these just-added videos is that... voice-over information presented is technically correct (sans Crock Pot - those example recipes could be very easily misinterpreted as the only possible recipes), but it's obvious that it was simply being read off of the article, and even then the voice-over had a few "not exactly"-s. Plus, the thing sounds like it's an advertisement, and it looks like one too...
Seriously, the tone and the script don't fit the wiki at all...
Also, I totally Support granting adminship to you, SpikeGuy. You deserve it!
After visiting a few Wikia wikis, I've seen many fussing over these completely Korean posts. Google Translate doesn't provide much answers, but there are links in them, and through some translators, they have been concluded as spam, and some of the websites are downloads for viruses. If you see a post in all-Korean, AND a weird url like this: (W)(E)(B)(S)(I)(T)(E)(.)(C)(O)(M), delete it immediately.
"So because you're an admin, anything you are doing can't possibly be wrong?" Nope. At all. In fact, I encourage you to point out anything you think I'm doing wrong; just because someone's an admin doesn't mean they can't make mistakes, they're simply more experienced than others and that's it. Sorry to make it sound like that.
Notice I said it's debatable. I cannot say if it's right or wrong, but I personally don't see it as wrong.
I'm going to TRY to edit actively for the next 365 days. Yeah, I probably won't be able to, but I'm going to try. When my streak runs off, I don't think I'll worry too hard (unless I was at day 364 or something) Good Luck... myself.
When Opening a Crumpled Package, it will drop only one item from this table. The item with higher weight has higher possibility to be dropped. Add them up you can get the sum of weights. The possibility of one item is its weight divided by the sum of weights.
For example, the sum of weights is (0*4 + 1*4 + 0.1 + 0.05*7) = 4.45. If you want a Potato Cup, you have 0.1/4.45 = 2.2% possibility.
That's not finished, for the Blueprints and antliontrinket, there is a UpdateLootBlueprint function to assign their weights:
UpdateLootBlueprint = function(loottable, doer)
local builder = doer ~= nil and doer.components.builder or nil
loottable["goggleshat_blueprint"] = (builder ~= nil and not builder:KnowsRecipe("goggleshat")) and 1 or 0.1
loottable["deserthat_blueprint"] = (builder ~= nil and not builder:KnowsRecipe("deserthat") and builder:KnowsRecipe("goggleshat")) and 1 or 0.1
loottable["succulent_potted_blueprint"] = (builder ~= nil and not builder:KnowsRecipe("succulent_potted")) and 1 or 0.1
loottable["antliontrinket"] = (builder ~= nil and builder:KnowsRecipe("deserthat")) and .8 or 0.1
The weights depends on if the player has known some recipes (goggleshat, deserthat, succulent_potted).
If player has known goggleshat, he has goggleshat_blueprint = 0.1. Else he has goggleshat_blueprint=1.
If player has known goggleshat and deserthat, he has deserthat_blueprint = 0.1. Else he has deserthat_blueprint = 1.
If player has known succulent_potted, he has succulent_potted = 0.1. Else he has succulent_potted = 1.
If player has known deserthat, he has antliontrinket=0.8. Else he has antliontrinket=0.1.
In short words, If you have learnt any Blueprint, the weight of the Blueprint will become one-tenth. If you have learnt deserthat, the weight of antliontrinket will become 8-times.
For example, if you have learnt goggleshat and want a deserthat_blueprint. Now the weight table is:
Admins have special names, as you may know. For example...
Mentalistpro has a pink title. While this is not possible if you are not an admin for your main name, you can make your signature special and contain cool colors!
Like this; ~Jand(4th Wall)
If you want to know how to do this, I'll make another post later.
First, you'll want to create a new page called 'User:YOURUSERNAMEHERE/sig'. This will be a sandbox page where you can prototype your signature.
You can see mine here: User:Master Jand/sig.
Copy the SOURCE MODE text. Now make your own Sig page. Remember to go into SOURCE MODE. Paste it there. Then, replace all the 'Master_Jand's with your username. Replace all the '#B29670' with the color of your choosing. (Easy way to find the computer code for your color: HERE. Replace '4th Wall' with whatever you want to call your message wall. Most just call it 'Wall'. It should look like this when your finished:
Copy what you have in your Sig. Click on the arrow next to your profile image on the top of your screen. Click 'My Preferences'. Next, scroll down to 'Signature'. Replace the generic signature you have there with the pasted code. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and save your changes. Viola! Now, at the bottom of comments and posts, remember to enter down a few times, then type 3 tildas, or these things: ~
Thanks for listening!
If you're looking for something more advanced, you can try adding symbols and such to your main name. For the cool look I have on my signature currently (gradient of green) you can copy and paste the code I have here: User:Master Jand/sig2 and replace the 3 color codes (#COLORHERE, #COLORHERE, #COLORHERE) with the gradienting colors of your choosing. You can even add pictures from the wiki, onto your signature. (An example of this is Mental's Signature)
Actually, I wouldn't recommend using signatures in comments, since comments are usually pretty small, and signatures may be a bit of a distraction, but I'm not saying you can't. Using them in forum and message wall posts (like I do) is completely optional; the only thing where using them is mandatory is talk page additions.
Also, colour customization for the links themselves is done at MediaWiki:Wikia.css, but that can only be edited by admins. You can have your own personal CSS code page, whose changes and additions are only visible to their user.