kentsmith9 wrote:PesachZ wrote:Tried searching for a state wiki page using the two letter abbreviation. [NY]/[ny], [CT]/[ct], maybe these (and other states) should offer a redirect or disambiguation page when appropriate.
Good idea. Are there any obvious disambiguations from the state abbreviations?
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I've recently added ROW, which was also added to the [[Glossary]].
kentsmith9 wrote:PesachZ wrote:I was searching for Dead Ends and started typing [Dead E...] and the auto fill in the search box produced Dead End Node which is not what I wanted. There was no link to the section I was looking for either, not that I'm sure there should have been one. But possibly a "Dead End" that populates in the search box and leads to the section in the JSG, that would have helped.
Good idea. Done.
paulkok_my wrote:kentsmith9, the link you provided new thread on that topic does not exist.
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kentsmith9 wrote:PesachZ wrote:Another search term for the "a" hotkey issue in WME would be the variants of [dim turn arrows].
I added a bunch of different "Dim" variations. Let me know if you think of any others, but if you only search for "Dim SOMTHING" it should find one of these for users to pick. When you type too many words in the search, nothing will come up.
Fredo-p wrote:kentsmith9 wrote:I added those and some of the combinations for Dimmed as well. Unfortunately we could go on forever creating combinations. I think we may want to focus on at least the one and two word phrases we can think of. Otherwise we will spend all our energy on creating redirects.
Of course anyone who is interested is welcome to also create redirects. Just use the format:
- Code: Select all
- Code: Select all
Note the underline does not matter.
Is that a challenge I smell?
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