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- even after saving it, you or someone else can edit it again to make it even better
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Experiments with Mr Funeral and the Three elderly ducks Edit
|This is a test1|
Experiments with the random extension thing Edit
This is the second choice. By default, options have a weight of 1.
green sword. </option> <option>You find a magical red sword.</option> </choose>
darn that that didn't work.
I got those from here. Was unaware we had that extension before.
experiments with page&edit countsEdit
Trying to display the editcount of the currently logged in user
- I guess I'll just make random guesses
- I think the only way to do this is to figure out how Monaco does it and do that...
okay yeah the only way that Monaco userpages accomplish having the user editcount in the masthead is by writing it into the php I guess. That's what I guess from reading this php file.