Hello, maddie. I see you have been inactive on this wikia for months. So, you'll be temporary demoted and I'll remove all of your rights. However, you can request them back if you'll be back to editing.
Hey Kinglee123. I've been inactive for many reasons, including work, study, Netflix, Fallout 4, a personal project, and simply not having much to contribute that other users haven't already contributed. I don't expect to become active any time soon, simply because if I'm editing because I have to, then it becomes a chore and is no longer fun. If I feel like contributing again, I will, and if anyone needs my help for any reason, I am easily contactable and will do what I can. As for losing admin status, well, I don't mind that much. It was a nice surprise to gain the rights, and I have been able to use the admin tools to make some helpful edits I wouldn't have otherwise been able to make, but most of the special editing skills I have are now shared by other users, so it's not so important that I have the access. I would be sad to lose the rights, but I would also completely understand as it makes no sense to have an admin who doesn't keep up to date with the goings on of the wiki and who rarely contributes to the mainspace.
The bot can't upload the emoticons. It can change text, add text, or remove text following certain patterns (and by text I am including text that displays images and templates), but it is not designed to upload images en masse.
No, that's not a job the bot can do, and I don't have time to upload 1,825 files individually. To give those images "http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/" ULRs, you need to upload them to Wikia's servers, using Special:Upload or Special:MultipleUpload. I simply don't have that sort of time right now. However, I have downloaded all those images and I have them sitting on my computer in a zip file, and I can email them to you if you want to upload them yourself and then change all the existing links. If you would like to do this, my email is email@example.com. You can send me a message mentioning your username so I know it's you, and I'll respond with the zip file.
Hello, Emmaelise401 here. First of all, meet the wikias newest chat bot, WiiFitBot! This bot will verbally warn, kick, and even ban people who swear. However, this is my first time using pywikibot and python, and I was wondering if you could help me assemble this little guy up so we can help the wikia.
BTW... Are you still working on the new infobox syntax? I've managed to make new ones with it (different wiki) and it's ok-ish for that, but seems a bit glitchy. Not only that they changed the dang CSS class names sometime last week without notice made me think I'd broken it. No. It was them. And now non-MediaWiki CSS editing is disabled so... ugh. Found a thread on community... seems like it still in development? Do we need to be porting our stuff to it or should we wait? I tried definining hidden parameters... so far no dice but I might have got the CSS wrong. Or used the wrong class... I haven't tried very hard yet. ;)
I was working on one a few weeks back, but then the CSS classes changed and then the MediaWiki namespace was locked, so I haven't been able to work on it for a while. Also, you may have noticed that I am quite lazy and have a bad habit of not finishing projects! Anyway, before Wikia changed the CSS classes (which was for a good reason as the original classes were way longer than they needed to be, and these portable infoboxes are still technically in beta, although for once they're accepting user input on new features[!], hence the thread on CC), I had managed to have the infobox almost finished, missing only the tabber and the colour change for dreamworld from memory.
If you do want to work on these infoboxes further, you don't need to define which cells will be hidden without content. That's now the default behaviour of the cells. If you want them to remain, then you use the default tags. It's worth reading that thread on CC as it goes through all the different features an shows the ways in which people have used the various features to customise their own infoboxes.
Yes I'm aware that cells without content aren't hidden. It's cells WITH content I'm wanting to hide... as a possible workaround for cases where multiple parameters actually define a single display element. (I'll probably tinker with it off.)
I did read help on it (in order to create one). I started looking through the thread, tho not at every single response.... first the (Unannounced!) class name change and then that thread made me wonder if things were 'stable enough' to use.
I did see that you had started Infobox level. Just didn't know if there was more on that, or other ones (I haven't scoured your test wiki lol). The hiding idea was a thought towards a work-around for the tabber problem and banner for instance too. I can continue to play with those if you like. I am busy with different things these days too, so efforts will be haphazard as this doesn't seem terribly urgent.
It's definitely not urgent as the current infoboxes are working just fine, but it would be good to get them done eventually. If you want to tinker with Template:Infobox level/test, go right ahead! We'll just have to wait for the MediaWiki namespace to be opened up a bit more though before the infobox can be restyled to look like the original.