(05-06-2012 01:14 AM)Cranky Old Man Wrote: Actually, Your Computer: You can spare yourself maybe 10-20 similar future questions, but editing the wiki instead of replying to forum posts that will be forgotten the next week. I personally know how overwhelming wiki editing can be - I'm just saying that as long as you have your amazing enthusiasm to help out, that's where you'd do the most good.
I only like editing articles that i created, since i like to use the plain text editor of the Wiki (therefore i know i won't mess up the article by attempting to edit it). The WYSIWYG editor of the wiki (as any WYSIWYG editor) tends to mess things up and makes it more difficult to edit using the source editor. If it didn't save changes as you're switching to the source editor, then i would consider editing the Wiki articles more. Until then, long articles will remain unedited by me.
@Homicide13 All you need is a Wiki account. The whole purpose of a wiki is for community contributions.