If you're looking for something to do you might want to edit the Overheating page to abide to the Freezing one as they are basically the same mechanic. I'd do it myself but I have to go and you're better at me at checking out the files to see values for the overheatin insulation items anyway...
Yeah, and those few seconds add up to require on additional log for full fire... Something's affecting the burn time. Also with the Ice Flingomatic, Glommer's Goop fuels it more than Boards despite them having the same value...
Long time ago, I suggested and made articles called "hostile creatures", "neutral creatures", "passive creatures" and that was ok. I also made "flying creatures" but it seems that it caused confusion. When I say "flying" I'm talking about creatures that can fly through/over walls, like bees, batilisks, butterflies and so on. Birds do not fly through/over walls, but they are still "flying creatures". I understand the logic behind that but that was not my intention at that time. Should this be changed? Since mobs like birds and buzzards only fly up rather than actually fly over structures?
I can understand where the intent was, but with the name "flying creatures", anything that appears to fly is bound to get added. In this case it's not really all that important, since one can argue that they indeed can fly over walls, but they do it offscreen. For things that appear to fly but actually cannot cross barriers I agree.
Thanks for clearing that up. I was just imagining if a new player came and thought to himself "Why is there an article about flying creatures? How are they different than others?" and he couldn't figure out they pass through walls beceause birds are also listed in there. But then thousand more would ask why are birds not in "flying creatures" so yeah, I see your point.
Why aren't recipes working on wikia pages? Recipes are usually displayed on the page, how to craft a certain item or how can it be used, in those little boxes, but they are literally always empty. I have only seen a few that actually have the item inside. Is it just me or those recipe boxes on wika pages appear empty to everyone else? Why don't they work?
That's a problem with Internet Explorer. I've brought this up with an admin in the past and he planned on trying to fix it but left before anything came of it. I myself don't know how to fix it either, other than if we get rid of the background images. The background images are those empty boxes we're seeing. They're supposed to be behind the ingredients, but for us IE users they appear in front of them.
ETA: Every once in awhile we'll be able to see an ingredient display properly, but there seems to be no rhyme or reason behind which ones display and which don't. If we can figure out why some display and some don't, we could possibly devise a fix that would allow for the boxes to stay and us be able to see the recipe.