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I'm not sure what happened, but the video I put of the Band Concert on the page for it is now not working. I think it may be due to the fact you combined it with a gallery. If possible, I'd like to have the videos seperate from the pictures, since it seems to bug it up.
By the way, for the articles you put as ones that could be deleted, here's my opinion: We should keep everything we can. In my view of things we should have something on every little thing. We need to be as complete as possible.
Thanks for the feedback! I'll make a discussion post to see how everyone else feels.
Personally, I'm not a big fan of having small pages with little/no information since they typically don't contain much more info than just "this character is in the game" and I find they contribute to clutter more than offering useful information (quality over quantity). Most larger wikis have notability guidelines, such as Wikipedia and Wookieepedia to filter out stubby, low quality articles that do not have enough known information to make a page. We currently don't have much of a guideline for this, but it's something worth discussing since the line needs to be drawn somewhere so we don't wind up having pages for every bush and barrel in the game.
In regards to the pages in question, I can't think of any reason there would need to be a page for projector-only background characters. This is completely up to fan interpretation, but in the context of the game, I look at the characters in projector screens more as setpieces than characters. They usually aren't fully modelled, they typically have simple and mechanical movements, they have no dialogue or quests, and they only appear for a few moments. You could maybe argue that they are living characters in Wasteland, but I still don't feel like they have a great enough role.
Yeah, a "List of Characters Featured in Projector Screens" page would be cool. I'd be willing to help gather a list if you're interested.
The amount of speculation on the wiki is nuts. There's a common misconception that something appearing in concept art automatically makes it canon, when in reality the devs have constantly said the opposite. I know some of pages about concept art characters are popular, so I'm hesitant to delete them even though I feel like I should. For now, putting a notice on the page seems like a good middle ground.
Sorry to bother you again, but I was wondering if it is possible to make galleries in VisualEditor. I had to switch out to Classic to be able to add one to the Jug Band article. I would use Classic, but it doesn't have the feature to be able to mark misspelled words. Thanks!
The visual editor doesn't have gallery editing capabilities, unfourtunately. There is source mode, but it isn't exactly intuitive. There is a new editor coming out later this year that will hopefully address all of the visual editor's problems.
I'm pretty sure we have some concepts on this. Here's a quote from a Disney artist:
Greetings! Walt Disney comic and gaming conceptual artist Pat Block here. In 2012 I had the very great pleasure and honor of working with Warren Spector and Junction Point on a follow up to Disney's Epic Mickey and Epic Mickey II. The game was to feature Donald Duck, Duckburg, and the assorted classic world clan. I worked hard on a "Carl Barks" based Duckburg, puling scenes of the town from his comics and doing my best to keep a 1950's feeling spirit about the game world. Sadly, this was about the time Disney decided to switch over to it's current gaming, more tablet oriented gaming focus. While we were fully paid for our conceptual work on the project, to date, it has not been made. With the new DuckTales project in the works, I have hopes we still might see the game, with some of our work, get made.
I would be open to having an Epic Donald page on the wiki since there is enough evidence to support its existence.
My only concern is that judging by the description, its only connection to the Epic Mickey franchise would have been having the same developers and a similar (probably temporary) title. It seems likely that both games may not have even taken place in the same universe. Despite this, this wiki seems like the most relevant place to put information about it since Epic Mickey 1&2 were the only other games that Junction Point ever made. Feel free to make the page, unless you'd rather me start it.
So I just woke up this morning to come to my favorite FANDOM Wikia just to see that Gilda, Oswald, Mickey, and the Shadow Blot have had rather um... not nice edits done to them by a particular user. The worst part is the fact that the naughty user replaced ALL our info on these pages with the bad stuff so I'm not sure what to do here other than remove the bad stuff before innocent eyes peer. GoombaBroadcast (talk) 13:08, March 6, 2020 (UTC)
I reverted the changes and gave the user an infinite ban. Any time something like this happens in the future, you can go into the article's history and click the "undo" link next to the naughty edit to go back to the previous revision. Thanks to everyone who let me know about this so I could block the user in question.
I noticed that you removed the Ventureland category some time ago to keep from confusing it as the whole Pirates of the Wasteland (Which is quite understandable) but I figured as long as it's used to stuff primarily to the hub itself that the category can be reused. Especially since it's the only hub level with no category. GoombaBroadcast (talk) 18:02, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
Feel free to add it back on relevant pages. I largely automated the process of renaming the category with a bot, which ended up removing the category from the pages that actually related specifically to Ventureland.