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  • You're probably going to see it on your own, but I'm leaving this here just in case you don't.

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  • Since you haven't gotten a bot account on the wiki yet, I figured I might as well send in a request to FANDOM Staff and get an account marked as a bot myself.

    I'd use the account to fix general typos, categorize templates/files, and perform other simple maintenance tasks.

    I wouldn't fix the redirected links though, since you said you use them to "make the code cleaner", even though I'm still not sure what that exactly means.

    So, would it be okay if I got a bot account?

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    • CooldogBot, right? You might want to put a message on the user page and message wall that will let users know that the account is a bot run by yourself.

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    • Yeah, I'll do that.

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  • Can you maybe not rollback my edits without giving an explanation? Those edits were clearly made in good faith, and the rollback tool is generally used only for reverting vandalism/bad-faith edits.

    That said, I'm not sure why you have a problem with that specific edit I made today; linking to the same pages twice is redundant, and italics should be used for the names/titles of major works such as books, films, and TV shows. These types of formatting are recognized in most style guides across the Fandom network, as well as Wikipedia.

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    • I already explained that we use the redirects to make the code cleaner and that the edits were unconstructive on their own merits. Every time I edit a page I need to fix that so I figured I'd do it all at once.

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    • 3cooldog92 wrote: we use the redirects to make the code cleaner

      What exactly do you mean by this? There isn't any disadvantage to having [[Carly Shay|Carly]] instead of just [[Carly]], unless you want the article to have a smaller byte size.

      3cooldog92 wrote: the edits were unconstructive on their own merits

      While they were unconstructive, they weren't detrimental. So, I don't see a problem with leaving them in.

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  • Why was the article deleted, if you don't mind my asking?

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    • Alright, thanks. By the way, I noticed that this page is currently in the main namespace – it should probably be moved to the author's blog or something of the like.

      Edit: Removed broken link.

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    • Moved. I'm not sure how that page came into being. The name suggests a comment so I wonder if the author tried to post a comment somewhere and it bugged out.

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  • What if Carly returned for a visit on Sam & Cat?

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  • What are your thoughts if Mandy made an appearance on Sam & Cat?

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  • hi.

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  • well it's the police officer's parole officer's judge's and lawyer's job to decide who gets to be grounded and punished and put in time out not a parent or a teacher or a friend and family member or a brother and sister or a legal guardian.

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  • In IPie the operating system on the computer is actually Windows 95. In I Move Out It would have been impossible for Freddie to get an apartment because you have to be 18 to rent an apartment. I tried editing it but I don’t have permission so can you help me with it.

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    • iPie is done but I'm not sure about second one. As I know if both your parents agree and the house keeper is ok with it you can rent a house if you are a teen. Freddie was 16 i think (not sure). I know because I rented a house at 17.

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    • AnUnimportantGirl is correct. Regardless of the accuracy of the second point that kind of hyper realism isn't necessary for the page.

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  • what happend to iCARLY

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    • It died well only in television. It will always live on our hearts! Also look on the bright side, it died happily!

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