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Sauvetage des Animaux

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Luca Reyes
Luca Reyes

Emeraude Software Manual ((HOT))

In Pokémon Emerald, the Trainer's Eyes function is replaced by the Match Call function. In addition to the features of the Trainer's Eyes, Match Call allows its user to call anyone who has had their PokéNav registered with the user, similar to the cell-phone feature of the Pokégear. An advantage that the Match Call has over Trainer's Eyes is that after any of the unique Trainers are defeated, they typically identify themselves and have their number listed, which makes it easier to know where they are. However, in order to register Match Call-registrable Trainers who were battled prior to receipt of the PokéNav, the user will need to manually seek out and talk to said Trainers. The Match Call can also keep track of more Trainers than Trainer's Eyes, including having a few other non-Trainers, like the player's mother and Professor Birch, listed.

Emeraude Software Manual

A discussion has begun to outline usage of flags on sports articles and to review their usage. Sports articles have long diverged from what is stated in the manual of style. Please comment on the proposals and add suggestions by contributing at Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style/Icons. Thanks. SFB 13:59, 18 April 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I just removed some excess capitalisation in Template:Footer USA Swimming 1928 Summer Olympics, and a couple of similar instances, then realised that there are probably a lot of them with the same problem (overcapitalisation, contrary to MOS:CAPS). I don't have the time or enthusiasm to fix them all manually - is there a better way to fix them? Mitch Ames (talk) 01:16, 10 August 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I just noticed a bizarre inconsistency in the treatment of the "competitors=" and "sports=" parameters in the Olympics templates such as Template:Infobox Olympics Antigua and Barbuda. For the 2000 Summer Olympics and earlier, and for the Winter Olympics, nothing seems to be bolded (at least not in the examples I checked). For the 2004 Summer Olympics, the "competitors=" entry seems to be bolded. For the 2008 Summer Olympics and onwards, both the "competitors=" and "sports=" parameters are bolded. That's consistent for all countries I checked, but it doesn't make much sense. Should we de-bold everything? Should we bold everything? In the latter case, a modification of the infobox seems desirable (at the level of Template:Infobox country Olympics), wich would still mean undoing the manually-applied bolding for 2004 and later. Huon (talk) 17:54, 19 October 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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