Please don't add the Papa's Taco Mia To Go! Special Tacos category to all the Taco Mia HD specials. Even though it is VERY likely that they will be the same (I think so too), Flipline Studios has not released that information yet, so we can't put that there just yet.
Yeah, there some problem when you registor a new account a speech bubble appears saying "Would you like to remember your password?" then it disappears 3 seconds later and you would never get to click it, that's how that happens. =(
evan: why are you adding category Papa's Sushiria? as you can see, we don't have game categories on ingredients..
RR2400: that's what happened to evan, why you people can't remember your password? or write it somewhere?? or just click that stupid bubble when you can't remember it (it's a reason why it's on browsers...)
Because, I was undoing it about your summary. Why did you add the summary "Evan, you don't need to add the Sushiria category" I was about to undo your revision with the sushiria category, but you went ahead and did it yourself? Keep your brain focus on what your doing, you didn't need to add the category. Right now there's 1 page with no categories, so go ahead and add the category "Papa's Sushiria bubbles" and I'm removing the susheria category on the pages you added it.
Calm down Calm down.....This is no edit war, but all I can say is why Im not letting you do all of my revisions because I am preventing edit wars from happening that's all. Oh and also the categories i add I always never know if there repetive or not, but I try not to add unnessesary categories.
lol I'm not angry that was by accident and Evan, just because you try not to add repetive categories doesn't mean you can add the category to guess if it's not unnessesary or not. So, just ask a admin if it's a good idea that's all you need to understand.
I know we talked about this before, and it looks like you may have deleted my last message to you about it, but could you please stop adding unnecessary categories to the articles. We don't need categories like "Standard igredients (really??!)" or "Standard Sauces."
And stop adding a Template category to pages as well, especially when there are no templates in the article. Once an actual template is added to the article, the category is automatically added.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Look, I didn't delete your message about categories because I hated the message. I deleted your message because I think i have too many messanges on my far, Oh also I know the categories are repetive but I did that to earn the badge. I know that is very unfair for me to do, but if im being greedy about the badges, Im really sorry about that and I will try NOT to add those categories ever again. Also, the only time I would say this customer likes this igredient is when it is according to his/her flipdeck.
The percentages, when they were first used, got confusing, especially in the beginning when editors did not separate holiday pies from regular orders. It was decided that we name each of the four layers, whether or not it's the same flavor all four layers.
So please do not change the way the fillings are listed in the customer's orders or on the special pies. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
◾ Graham Cracker Crust
◾ Sugarplum Filling (2/4)
◾ Strawberry Filling (2/4)
◾ Cherry Blossom Crust (Polka Dot Crust in other holidays)
◾ White Chocolate Syrup (All Over)
◾ 9 Banana Slices (Center, Outer Ring)
◾ 9 Sakuramochi (Center, Outer Ring) (Nothing in other holidays)
◾Graham Cracker Crust
◾Tutti Frutti Filling (Purple Yam Filling (1/4) Peach Filling (2/4) and Apple Filling (1/4) in other holidays)
◾Spiral Crust (Polka Dot in other holidays)
◾Flavor X Drizzle (All Over) (Cherry in other holidays)
◾8 Banana Slices (Inner Ring)
◾8 Rainbow Meringue Dollops (Outer Ring) (Whipped Cream Dollops in other holidays)
It was getting a bit on the confusing side before it was decided to separate regular and holiday pies.
There are four layers for the pies. It is easier to list each layer than having to add percentages, fractions, etc.
Remember, just because you understand it, doesn't mean someone else is going to.