Just wanted to let you know that I updated GetRestState - weird that it returns 2 if you're not rested. Maybe this is a holdover from when the Exhausted state was present (and might have returned 0)?
- -- EDG 13:36, 14 Aug 2005 (EDT)
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To DGA: Next time you change the levels, and after that also, could you add and edit summary, and more importantly, mark it as a 'minor edit'? I keep seeing your edits on your user page on the recent-changes page, and finally I came and spent some 20-odd minutes trying to figure out what you had been doing, cause you never added content lol - thanks! -- ℑilver§ℑide 17:15, 31 Dec 2005 (EST)
P.S. I changed your table - do you like it?
- I would like to be able to add the level (Artisan/Expert/etc) and the specialization (Tribal/Gnomish/etc) in the profession table. but it's lots easier to update -- Dga
Crafting Specializations Edit
I have linked in Tribal Leatherworking as my level for my Druid (past Artisan in a way level wise) and was wondering if there is a way, like in a regular wiki link, using a pipe symbol, to put a short name on a long link but, since the pipe is the table seperator I didnt see a way to do it.
This is a refinement of the above question.
Thanks for the help getting my guild page set up. :) :)--Sonjaaa 12:36, 15 December 2006 (EST)