oh my god I fucked up the gbatemp wiki..please someone help me

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  1. stanleyopar2000
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    Member stanleyopar2000 The Official GBATEMP Thread Killer. No Mercy.

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    i was editing the USB devices compatibility list for the 16gb section, and I added it in there but now all the other threads are pushed now!!

    i diddn't mean to vandalize the wiki but it happened..i really would like to fix this issue and not edit from there again.

    thanks = .
     
  2. computerboy

    Member computerboy GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I fixed it
     
  3. Brian117

    Member Brian117 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Well at least you had the balls to admit it. Props to you.

    But don't worry, it's easily fixable in some cases.

    But anyways, thanks computerboy.
     
  4. kobykaan

    Member kobykaan GBAtemp Addict

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    isn't that what the UNDO functions are for!?
     
  5. stanleyopar2000
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    how can I edit it where I won't do that again?? o_o

    I would love to help the community
     
  6. lappen81

    Newcomer lappen81 Newbie

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    Just edit away and learn I guess, or read the wiki documentation if there is any.
    Wiki's generally save all edits way back to the beginning so it's possible to revert where and when you want.

    Basically don't be afraid if you do something wrong and if you contribute be prepared someone else will edit or contribute in their own way (even if it means changing 90% of your contribution).
     

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