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1.7.2 Pre-release[edit]

Hey, I'm the one who changed the 1.7.2 thing to point out that the linux fix etc. applied to 1.7.1, not 1.7.2 (even though the release notes on say 1.7.2 now). I figured I'd settle it with you rather than starting an edit war >_<. I was actively watching the release notes for 1.7, 1.7.1, and 1.7.2 on, and the Linux Fix was stated with the 1.7.1 update. I believe they may have been referring to "MC-31714 - Game never starts on linux (took about 7 minutes before 13w41a)". When 1.7.2 update was released, nothing on the page changes, as far as I could tell, other than the "1.7.1" text being replaced with "1.7.2". I'm not sure what 1.7.2 introduces, other than just being the actual Release version (it's not uncommon for companies to just slap on a new version number for the release, just to prevent confusion between that and a pre-release, for example - so that's one possible reason). Anyway, just thought I'd bring it up with you. And I'm a linux user, so stuff like that matters to me. -- 18:53, 26 October 2013 (UTC) aka

Note: 1.7.2 Pre-release continued in User talk: --Neutral0814 (talk) 04:32, 29 October 2013 (UTC)


Dear Neutral0814,

Thank you for the comment about my most recent upload. I'm always happy to help the wiki out.



Zombie Pigman[edit]

It's capitalized on Zombie Pigman so why revert the Easter eggs page to lower case when the main article has it capitalized? Furthermore names of creatures are capitalized in English. ADCK (talk) 00:27, 21 November 2013 (UTC)

I am currently trying to fix the excessive capitalization in this wiki, especially the titles of pages (Zombie Pigman, Wither Skeleton, Music Discs, Golden Apple, etc.). If you look at the legit Wikipedia, all of their titles would have lowercase-lettered words (Human skeleton, Sound recording and reproduction, Golden apple, etc.). Although species names are capitalized (e.g. Yellow Canary) common creatures are not (e.g. Zombie, Chicken, Polar bear). Personally, I don't see any of the mobs in Minecraft as a species or specific beings (except bosses), and shouldn't be capitalized. This includes many of the blocks and items as well. I am planning to change all the titles, but not at the moment (too busy). I am sorry though, and if you want to revert it back to your original edit, I won't mind, since technically, I haven't changed the title pages yet, so your edits are correct. However, it'll be best not to capitalize others, since my change won't come too long. --Neutral0814 (talk) 01:25, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
The style guide currently recommends capitalizing the names of fictional entities, such as Zombie Pigmen. Article names match the in-game name, which is usually title case. If you think either of these should be changed, please contribute to the discussion there, rather than making large-scale changes unilaterally. -- Orthotopetalk 02:22, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
Thank you for the notice. I didn't thought to look up for that, sorry. --Neutral0814 (talk) 02:24, 21 November 2013 (UTC)

Your edits on Slime[edit]

I saw you did 4 edits on the Slime page! Wow! You can use the Show preview button (like I sometimes do) to preview your changes before you save them. Anyways, have fun wiki-ing! :D --BrandSPim (Need help?) 14:48, 24 November 2013 (UTC)

I apologize, I don't mean to consecutively edit all the time. I'll try to make previewing my edits a habit. --Neutral0814 (talk) 14:59, 24 November 2013 (UTC)
Also, the next time you post an issue regarding me, don't try and sugar it up. Just say what you want, clearly. This also accounts for everyone else. --Neutral0814 (talk) 04:50, 25 November 2013 (UTC)