It's pretty clear to me the answer is "no" since I don't visit this site much any more, being far more caught up in Gravity Falls than Scooby-Doo. However, I do still have the powerful scripting tools that can help with mass changes, so unless you have worked out how to use them or have someone else who can do that I would still like to help out on request.
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In syndication, the end credits for season 1 of The Scooby-Doo Show are reused for seasons 2 and 3. I was going to add them to each episode and include a note about it, but is it worth doing it at all?
Also, I'm not about the objects section being seperated into three different subjects. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but when I think about it seems restrictive in the sense that some people might think it's for all clues, no matter if they're objects or not. I was thinking about doing a clues list with the number of "zoinks" mentions and Scooby Snacks bribes, instead.
I wouldn't bother about noting the re-use of the end credits. Or if you do, you might mention it only on season 2 and season 3 header pages and not each episode.
A clues section would be good, but the number of "Zoinks" is not a clue, is it?
Are greased marks and a tunnel an object? If no, I think I'll remove the subsections. I don't think some users are taking into account that it's a mini section for clues that are also objects, and not for clues in general. I think I'd rather just remove and not have to keep on removing a non-object every time someone ignores the glaringly obvious.
Should every time the Moon appears in the sky be counted as an appearances or should it be just for notable appearances? If we went with the latter then that would leave out stuff like the full Moon supposedly bringing the Black Knight to life. In that respect, perhaps that would be a counted as something notable, but happens just in the history. Leave the close-up appearances of the Moon for the Appearances section?
Looks good. I have not watched the "Moon Monster Madness" and so I couldn't offer an opinion on the setting, but it seems to me you did right. If action takes place on the surface of the Moon, then it's a setting. Otherwise not.
Not to spoil it, but it is a setting. The official plot says they go to the Moon, anyway. So setting = appearance? So I guess whatever happens in What a Night for a Knight, etc. then it should just stick to the history section.
I don't know how much from here has been copied, as from what I saw on the activity list was pretty random, but you can clearly see that it's virtually identical. The only difference is the colour of the infobox. Our home page was probably too complex to carry over.
Just in case you haven't seen the overhaul I've been given episodes (starting right from the first episode), maybe you can tell me what you think. I was wondering if the Full credits section should be turned into a table or be done in bullet points instead. The gallery, in case you're wondering, is for behind-the-scenes stuff, I just haven't added anything yet.
I like the main image/ title card image boxes. The different kinds of things (objects, locations, vehicles, etc.) is also nice. I think the Full Credits could be done with simple bullet items. Making it a centered table that has to be expanded is a bit awkward.
A recent editor has added several dozen pages with categories we will never use, I would try to remove this with the AWB I downloaded for myself, but it constantly fails to load. So if there's an opportunity for you to remove them, I would appreciate it.
I wrote a civil message to Loonytoonarian on his Looney Tunes wall, explaining our reasons for the ban. He was very rude, and asked me to pass on the message that you are in "big trouble" when his ban is lifted, and that we are "enemies." I think the threat merits an extended ban.
I've done screen captures from Amazon and the images are clean of play/pause bars. Also, on Windows you can just do print screen as a video is running and it will capture what is on the screen at that instant (it can be hard to get the timing correct, though).
If something on home video is called something different in another country and has different content does it warrant its own page? For example, Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales: Field of Screams is just Scooby-Doo! Field of Screams in the UK and only has the first disc.
All of Ink-Doo's images need to be deleted as they are misnamed (and not even in english) and they were obviously just going to float around just looking pretty with no use being made out of them. I also don't know where they're from (although I can take I guess, but that's not the point) and I doubt I'd get a straight forward reply of where they were from as with most users who can't be bothered to answer this simple request.