So, since you put that Redirect I thought I might as well try to make the Maxwell pages redirect to the intended articles. However, the first one I found a serious problem... the
Heh. According to the doc, you can only subdivide it into Quotation, whom from, and where he was. I tried to use [] without success... any ideas how we could make it redirect to Maxwell/NPC and show Maxwell instead? Using [] kind of works... but it also shows them :P
No no, when you use quote|blabla|maxwell, it redirects to Maxwell page. However, I wanted to make it so quote|blabla|maxwell went to maxwell/NPC when it is the case of the npc (For example, the initial saying of Maxwell when you join the world or during the Adventure Dialogues) or maxwell/Character (description of items made by Maxwell the character). However, if I use Maxwell/Character, it will display as Maxwell/Character, which might not look so pleasing as if it was just Maxwell. Using the usual intrawiki redirect, [], it ends up showing the double braces, -[] said so. So I was looking for a different way to make it so it redirects correctly to which Maxwell (NPC or Character) said so.
If we were to do so with the /Maxwell page, we'd also have to make the changes with other Pages of the same kind... that might be a problem though... Maybe we should wait some more to see if we end up with more Mobile problems before we decide such a move? I mean, we'd have to change a whole lot of pages which use this same structure...
Nahn, I thank you for helping me as well. We were looking for a solution to the problem of the Mobile redirect but the best I've been able to notice with both my Tablet and Cellphone were that it takes a while longer for these kind of pages to load. I think that so long we don't have a significant number of people complaining about this, which would mean we'd have a real problem with this, there is no sense to apply a solution which might as well significantly change the structure of the Wiki.
I'm just thinking: "let's not do too much work for a change that will have little impact". Therefore, let's wait some more. We might find an easier and simpler solution in the long run, or it might as well turn out that there is no need for doing this.