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Category[]

Can someone with the user right add the main page to Category:Wiki? Thanks. Samwalton9 (talk) 19:32, 9 December 2014 (UTC)


Can an admin please add Roadhog, and Junkrat to Heroes group on front page. Crazy296 (talk) 2:50, 23 September 2015 (UTC)

Can somebody with the permission add the new trailer to the main page videos? Thanks. Alecadabra (talk)

Done. Jbzdarkid (Talk | Contribs) 08:30, 19 December 2015 (UTC)

Appearances[]

Okay, is it just me, or have the images become even more whacked? Images placed at the top of the page seem to be pushed down, and when templates are used (e.g. the hero pages), they seem to be pushed to the left, leaving a large empty space in the upper right part of the screen. The former issue has been with this wiki as long as I can remember, but the images were never pushed as far down as this, while the template issue is new. Any idea what's happened/how to fix it?--Hawki (talk) 11:55, 7 March 2016 (UTC)

Applied a template to the KRC page to address the image issue. Not perfect, but when a template is used, the image isn't pushed down.--Hawki (talk) 07:47, 8 March 2016 (UTC)

Counter to each Hero[]

We got them for Reaper, but not for anyone else. We should get into those details.

  • I'll have to leave that to someone else. I'm not a player myself, so all information I can have is whatever I hear from others. --Krupam (talk)--

Videos[]

I think a policy needs to be established as to what videos/links can be posted on hero pages. I think it should only be limited to stuff from Blizzard or sites like Curse. Because even the best fan-made analysis of a hero is, at the end of the day, still fan-made.--Hawki (talk) 23:57, 19 May 2016 (UTC)

  • Aye, I wasn't sure what to do about those, and hey, I do respect Hammeh's stuff, but alright, for now I'll be just deleting those till there's a better way to deal with that. --Krupam (talk)--
If you both think, I'll back you up, lets just remove anything non blizzard, unless we have someone that's actually contributing to the wiki that's making the videos. --Z3ther (talk) 15:29, 20 May 2016 (UTC)

Other Misc[]

"Overwatch is currently available for pre-purchase here and will release May 24th. " is clearly out of date. 76.84.39.34 03:38, 5 June 2016 (UTC)

Thanks, updated! --Z3ther (talk) 06:33, 5 June 2016 (UTC)

Translation[]

Can admin add the chinese section at the sidebar? --Dotalim0204 (talk) 13:55, 5 June 2016 (UTC)

Audio lines[]

I want to add the unique audio lines of every hero, the announcer and the NPC's like the Dota gamepedia, so people can use it as a reference. (Most) Audio files can be found here and there. I could do this myself but this is my first time contributing to a wiki so I would like input before acting.

EDIT: Just saw that each Hero had a quotation page, time to get uploading. --Espequair (talk) 00:37, 6 June 2016 (UTC)

  • Well, thanks for the effort, but whatever could be added from those files had already been uploaded a while ago. It's the same several months old pack I already had.
  • Also, if anything, upload in .ogg, not in .wav. The latter doesn't play properly. --Krupam (talk)--
  • Will adding the name of the unlockable voice lines as shown in-game help? --PigeonGuru

Hero Links Broken[]

Someone has incorrectly linked to version pages for each hero on the main wiki page. For example: Genji links to http://overwatch.gamepedia.com/Genji?version=e4d8892ec45b6e6057846115cff3fc8d . This causes users who click on the hero to be sent to a page which will never load. He should instead link to http://overwatch.gamepedia.com/Genji . This needs to be fixed by an admin. --Shivo (talk)-- 3:10, 21 July 2016 (UTC)

The link has been fixed when I clicked it loaded -Husky

Sprays and Achievements[]

Would it be a good idea to include sprays and achievements into the wiki? I feel like these should be here but are missing.

I've been very concerned about the lack of sprays as well. They would have to be datamined to get the cleanest image, but I haven't found many around. (I added a section header to your topic, hope you don't mind) -TheModster (talk) 10:54, 29 August 2016 (UTC)
I don't mind, but I would want to know more about the achievements. IS it because of the sprays that they are not added yet?-PigeonGuru
I just discovered yesterday that there are sprays (pre-Ana) that are uploaded to the wiki. They aren't very good quality though. I can only assume that the achievements haven't been added yet because no one has gotten around to it. - TheModster (talk) 13:11, 30 August 2016 (UTC)
The Achievements page has been made. We still need better images of all the sprays. - TheModster (talk) 03:22, 1 September 2016 (UTC)
I think one better way to do it is to make a template and put them in each hero's page. However I don't really know how to make templates. Meanwhile I might copy info over from the Achievements page to each of the Heroes' pages.
Edit: Guess we need the icons for the achievements as well, don't think that needs datamining.PigeonGuru

Capitalization guide[]

This wiki lacks a style guide for many aspects, so naturally I've just been assuming it uses the standard wiki style. However I have been noticing a distinct disparity in several regards, but the most striking seems to be capitalization. Wiki style for capitalization of headers as well as names of articles is typically the first word gets capitalized and the rest do not unless they are proper nouns. However, this does not appear to be the case throughout most of this wiki. This is fine, as long as its intended, but I think that if its intended we all need to be on the same page. So I think we need to figure out if this is intended and to get on the same page a good way to do that would be to create a simple capitalization guide or style guide (with notes on capitalization) in order to be clear for everyone who contributes. -LastTalon (talk) • (contribs) 22:27, 16 September 2016 (UTC)

Quote Ordering, Organization & Datamining[]

In the Quotes page of each hero, how should the quotes be ordered/ organized. A full order list would be appreciated. Also is someone here capable of datamining quotes? If yes then can you please add in the missing audio of quotes as well as add new quotes? PigeonGuru (talk) 11:55, 24 September 2016 (UTC)

There is a new format for the quotes pages being tested on my user page that you can check out. As for the audio files, Gabrielwoj and I have extracted them and we are gradually adding them to the wiki. I've been busy with real life stuff, so I haven't made as much progress in that regard. - TheModster (talk) 19:06, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
However, I don't know which ones are used or not, each hero has many voice lines and I don't think all of them are used, and some of the pages are missing few things like pressing Z to tell about your Ult Charge when targeting someone (which emits a different voice). I'll try add some of the missing Quotes ones for Ana, which seems to be the most complete right now, but I'm most adding the voices randomly, but I'll try to add the most I can. Bastion quotes page is going to be a pure hassle, though. Gabrielwoj (talk) 21:50, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
I have the same problem. It's difficult because they don't really remove the unused quotes from the game files, so they're all mixed in with the current quotes. I have to rely on gameplay videos and second-hand information from people who have heard them in-game. - TheModster (talk) 22:09, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
Usually games have some sort of manifest to show which resource files are being actively used and how they're used. Perhaps one exists in the game files somewhere? -LastTalon (talk) • (contribs) 22:17, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
Maybe. Overwatch's game files are completely "encrypted" and it's somewhat difficult to rip the files. I use a tool called OverTool (along few other tools to extract the .wem file, sound file for OW), with that tool, the sound files are "categorized" per character, but not per action, and every file are composed by numbers or letters, making it difficult to know what is what, requiring to hear each one separately before uploading. Also, I don't know if anyone could do this, but having the "File:something.ogg" would help a lot the work, instead of just "Audio", so we don't need to still edit the Quote pages to add those audio files to the table, we can also just upload directly and the audio will be there as soon the page is cached. My only concern is that audio files with lengthy file names was giving out some errors and I could not upload them, like this one, which I had to add suspension points: File:D.Va - A giant gorilla Just like in those old....ogg. I may get more into the work after this weekend, but we'll see. Gabrielwoj (talk) 23:06, 24 September 2016 (UTC)
Thanks for the reply. I'll test your suggestion and see how it goes. PigeonGuru (talk) 02:41, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
I attempted to format the Genji Quotes page but I encountered problems:
*I don't know how to split a table (in fact is this even possible?) so I have to copy & paste the contents separately, which is troublesome.
*By doing so the resultant tables are not of the same width.
Anyone know a better way to doing this? PigeonGuru (talk) 03:01, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
Are you using the visual editor or the source editor? I don't think you can split tables or make them the same widths in the visual editor, but it's possible with source. - TheModster (talk) 04:34, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
Visual editor, I find it easier as I'm not that skilled with source codes. PigeonGuru (talk) 05:57, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
Editing tables to that degree pretty much requires the source editor, unfortunately. If you want, I can make a new test page with Genji's quotes. - TheModster (talk) 06:11, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
That can help quite some. I would like to know how to use the source editor more. PigeonGuru (talk) 06:46, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
Okay, so I made a new page at User:TheModster/Quote test with Genji's quotes. You can open this new page and Genji's original page in source and see how the code compares (especially in the header of the tables, notice the width settings in mine). Mess with it and see what happens. Learning how to identify differences in the code, and how the page's appearance is affected by them, is a great skill to develop when it comes to editing source. Another tip: Start saving pages and bits of code in text files on your computer. I make a lot of my big edits in notepad++, and copy and paste it into the editor to preview it. That way, if the power goes out you won't lose work (as long as you save it regularly, that is). And it's good to keep sample code to refer to and experiment with. - TheModster (talk) 18:05, 25 September 2016 (UTC)
Tested the editing method for the McCree page on my userpage, works out well enough. PigeonGuru (talk) 10:24, 29 September 2016 (UTC)

Sombra on Main Page[]

Can someone find out how to add Sombra to the main page? Shinobi19 (talk) 20:49, 5 November 2016 (UTC)

I can see that Sombra is not on the main page for mobile and tablet versions, but is on for other versions. I'll check on that. PigeonGuru (talk) 09:38, 20 November 2016 (UTC)
Sombra is on the mobile main page now. - TheModster (talk) 16:45, 22 November 2016 (UTC)

Winder Wonderland cosmetics[]

Can someone add the cosmetic items added in the Winter Wonderland event into the wiki?

  • Skins, poses, intros, emotes and sprays are all already uploaded. I just figured there's little need to make a separate category for'em. --Krupam (talk)--

Sorry, didn't quite notice right there. However we still need icons for the Symmetra rework abilities. PigeonGuru (talk) 03:14, 19 December 2016 (UTC)

I'll have the icons up shortly. - TheModster (talk) 03:31, 19 December 2016 (UTC)

Redundant Sources[]

I have been adding origins/debut information to character pages that do not yet that information. However, some of my efforts were removed because there were source links that supposedly informs their origins anyway. However, as a reader, I do not often click on source links to see where characters come from, and find it much easier to just read "they were featured in [[fill in the blank]]", and most pages regarding the main characters do say that, too. So why are my efforts considered "redundant"? Or am I really just being redundant? (example: Emily's page, check revision history.) - Gills97 (talk) 16:20, 13 January 2017 (UTC)

It's partly because articles go for in-universe writing as well. For instance, Emily's page needs expansion to cover the events of the comic. Saying "she debuted in Reflections" doesn't add much because a look at the source tells anyone as much, and breaks the in-universe style.--Hawki (talk) 22:44, 13 January 2017 (UTC)
Okay, I can see that in a way. I just don't see the entire need to erase my entry. But... would saying something more along the lines as describing her character (which currently is near impossible) or how or why she appeared in the universe, in an in-universe style (akin to Timmy's page versus Brian's bare page) be better? -- Gills97 (talk) 23:07, 13 January 2017 (UTC)
Of the two, Timmy's is the better article. It's why I let "Brian appears in the trailer" stay because in lieu of greater detail, the line has some relevance. A full Brian article would have the same detail as the Timmy article, and sourcing the info could cover his appearance in the trailer regardless (or potentially in "trivia," depending on how relevant it is).--Hawki (talk) 23:32, 13 January 2017 (UTC)
Though, Emily's article is nearly just as bare as Brian's, and the relevance to Brian's appearance text is seldom different from Emily's, unless I am missing something to what you are saying. I'm not meaning to argue, I'm just wanting to clear up why it is less relevant so I understand, and so I do not repeat myself in vein. --Gills97 (talk) 23:47, 13 January 2017 (UTC)
Emily has the link to the comic giving the point of debut, Brian doesn't. I mean, okay, if you want, you can say she appears in the comic, but it's only a short-term solution to the lack of content on the page.--Hawki (talk) 23:54, 13 January 2017 (UTC)
Ohh I didn't realize Brian had no source link. Well, I can add information about both characters to flesh them out, I've been wanting to make a more fleshed out article. Though, would it be considered a spoiler to add info about her opening the gift, visiting/knowing Winston, etc.? Because I was thinking to add that but wasn't sure if those ruin the basis of the comic, or if, being a wiki, reader's expect detail regardless of minor spoilers (regarding that readers choose to view a page about a specific character), because most articles tell almost everything regarding the character and the events around them (like Timmy's article, which summarizes the trailer almost entirely) --Gills97 (talk) 00:10, 14 January 2017 (UTC)
If someone's reading a story/lore/character-based article, you're going to get spoilers by definition, so tags are redundant. Her knowing Winston is hardly a spoiler in itself anyway, since it's not presented as a mystery or an important plot point.--Hawki (talk) 01:56, 14 January 2017 (UTC)
Well, although minor, it would take the element of Winston's loneliness to then having them show up kinda predicted, even though it sorta is predictable anyway, but then again, people shouldn't read about characters they don't know unless they wish to learn about them in the first place, regardless of spoilers. Either way, thank you for clearing this up with me. I shall take it into consideration before I edit anything in the future. --Gills97 (talk) 02:19, 14 January 2017 (UTC)

Winston's Speech (trailer)[]

Do we have a page for that? I was just about to make an entry about what was on the paper written "My Big Speech", but I can't find an article for the trailer itself. His character page has a synopsis of it under Trivia, but I wanted to archive what it says word for word. --Gills97 (talk) 22:36, 28 January 2017 (UTC)

Hero Match-Up areas to be removed[]

It has come to attention that the hero match-ups are too extensive, messy, inconsistent and always out of date. I suggest that the hero match ups in hero pages be removed. Whenever an update goes live, even if only one hero is changed, all 24 hero pages have to be altered to reflect their interaction with said hero, and this doesn't ever seem to be followed through. And even still, it's never cut-and-dry, as every engagement is case-by-case. This is a wiki, not a game guide. Opinions appreciated! -Gills97 (talk) 21:50, 8 March 2017 (UTC)

Update: I have officially removed the sections (I discussed the matter with several Wiki Guardians before doing so). Any information shall be posted to the general strategies sections now. Many of the heroes, like Hanzo, Reaper and Roadhog, had general info repeated throughout each match-up (Reaper ex: Must be close range, doesn't deal well with snipers, etc. etc.), so such info should be general and thus placed under general strategies, and Lúcio had barely any info at all.

If anyone has any objections, please state here before possibly causing a revert/undo war. -Gills97 (talk) 15:48, 10 March 2017 (UTC)

Replays[]

I know in overwatch, there are many content creators that post to youtube. some are funny moments, skits, and amazing plays in competitive. highlights are fine the way they are, but i think it would be cool if overwatch added a separate menu: Replays. when something amazing happens in a game you press a to be decided button and it saves that game to the menu. when you click on your saved game, it will start at the beginning in 1st person pov. There will be a button that says editor or edit and you will be able to clip out large parts of the game and see things that happen from other players pov and in 3rd person. And it also doesn't need to be limited by 12 seconds. I can see this being very fun/creative for content developers.

Content Spinning par la GHS Team[]

Le content spinning donne la possibilité d'optimiser génération textuels unique de manière aisée. cette astuce consiste à paraphraser des textes déjà existant, ce qui permet de gagner du temps efficacement. Il existe plusieurs logiciels et outils de spinning de contenu mais aucun ne permet de faire des textes de bonne qualité sans perdre trop d'implication. Avec Content-spinning. fr, vous pouvez enfin automatiser la construction de vos master-spins !

Projectile Misinformation and Misnomer[]

There are so many incorrect numbers on things like projectile speed, every page with projectile speeds needs to be overhauled. There have been many posts on Reddit documenting detailed methodology for accurate measurements, why aren't we using them?

An example: https://redd.it/7ryum0

The reddit discussion also mentions that projectiles affected by gravity should just be called "ballistic" projectiles. "Arcing projectile" is such a stupid sounding name.

I wish I could help with this, but I am mainly a lore-interested person and so I don't feel comfortable trying to write about the game mechanics/gameplay. If you want, you (and anyone else interested in helping out with this) can join the wiki and edit the pages directly. We can always use the extra hands. - TheModster (talk) 02:36, 27 January 2018 (UTC)

Ayuthayya as an Arena Map?[]

Ayuthayya should be labeled under arena maps as it is an arena map

No it shouldn't, btw Gengi looks wicked

Hanzo Rework[]

(Removed, task already completed) --Scarrken (talk) 16:42, 14 June 2018 (UTC)

Add seasonal maps to map section on front page[]

Could the seasonal maps be added to the "The Maps in Overwatch" section of the front page, under a "Seasonal maps" sub header? Maps in question are Estádio das Rãs, Sydney Harbour Arena and Adlersbrunn (once the page is actually the map one). --Celellach (talk) 10:49, 22 May 2018 (UTC)

Stuff Missing[]

Rialto and Moira's name are missing from the main page. --Scarrken (talk) 00:17, 1 June 2018 (UTC)

Oh and Orisa's too. They've been replaced by commas. --Scarrken (talk) 00:19, 1 June 2018 (UTC)

Bump --Scarrken (talk) 19:45, 6 June 2018 (UTC)

Even more errors? The herobox templates are probably bugged. Also, Rialto is still missing and Damage is still separate (might be a good idea to change the main page's roles to the Damage combination ahead of time, although with a temporary thing that says This reflects the updated roles as of 1.25 --Scarrken (talk) 16:40, 14 June 2018 (UTC)

Heroes section on main page broken[]

  • D.va and Hanzo don't have their names
  • The color of the text for some heroes is blue instead of white for no reason
  • Moira, Orisa, Doomfist and Briggite's portraits have pixelated borders
  • Briggite's portrait has a white outline
  • Briggite, Doomfist and Orisa have different portrait color tints to the other heroes

The last 2 ones aren't that big of a deal but the rest of them are pretty hard to ignore in my opinion.

  • Already noticed that, posted on the section above. Though I can't do anything about it. --Scarrken (talk) 23:26, 15 June 2018 (UTC)

Need Feedback for redesign mockup[]

(Removed, task already completed) --Scarrken (talk) 14:41, 9 September 2018 (UTC)

Standardizing metrics for brevity and readability[]

If you don't know what I mean, I'll give a few examples

Lúcio's gun now: (shortened)

Sonic Amplifier
Key mouse 1
Hero-ability-circle
Ability-Lucio1
Type
Weapon (Primary Fire)
Lúcio can hit his enemies with sonic projectiles.
Damage:
20
Headshot:
Rate of fire:
4 rounds over 0.5 seconds
1 shot every 0.125 seconds
1 burst per second
Ammo per shot:
4 rounds per shot
Ammo:
20
Reload time:
1.5 seconds
Spread angle:
Pinpoint
Projectile speed:
50 meters per second


    Proposal (Shortening metrics, and making them make sense):

    Sonic Amplifier
    Key mouse 1
    Hero-ability-circle
    Ability-Lucio1
    Type
    Weapon (Primary Fire)
    Lúcio can hit his enemies with sonic projectiles.
    Damage:
    20
    Headshot:
    Rate of fire:
    4 round burst every second
    Ammo per shot:
    4 rounds per burst
    Ammo:
    20
    Reload time:
    1.5s
    Spread angle:
    Pinpoint
    Projectile speed:
    50 m/s


      So; meters per second becomes m/s

      Damage/healing doesn't need the word "health" or "damage in them" 20 health per second > 20/s OR 20 HP/s

      Edit: I'll try to explain this better by editing the template itself making a new one to try things out. Also forgot signature --Scarrken (talk) 14:53, 9 September 2018 (UTC)

      Reaper Halloween Skin?[]

      Cmon Blizzard, Reaper doesn't get many legendary skins or epic skins around event times. Halloween is like the one time he does get stuff. So what happened? Can we expect a Reaper skin some time soon?

      Merging of Fandom and Gamepedia Overwatch wikis?[]

      I'm curious if something like this is possible now that Fandom and Gamepedia are owned by the same company. It would make choosing a wiki to go to less confusing for fans, and I think a merge would work because the Fandom wiki seems more focused on gameplay, whereas this wiki seems more focused on lore. ✨Adipup✨ (talk) 19:31, 8 May 2019 (UTC)

      I am in heavy support of merging wiki's. There are not many active contributors on either wiki and those who do edit may just end up duplicating content in both places. MomoRuns (talk) 20:38, 23 April 2020 (UTC)

      Lots of audio files for quotations are missing or broken, and the Easter Egg page could use some organization via heros names[]

      There are a staggeringly large number of quotations that ether lack an audio file, or have one that is broken and instead shows an extra "play" icon and doesn't have a file linked or that plays. This is not limited to a mall number of heroes ether.

      Additionally, the page for the list of all Easter Eggs could really use some proper organizing, as the order that heroes have their easter eggs listed is incredibly jumbled, and not in alphabetical order of heroes names in their receptive section.

      ie, under the section for movies and TV references, those that ana has should be grouped together at the top, and all of winston's near the bottom.

      Home Screen Updates?![]

      Hello, Will Home Screen get updated with latest news/things from Overwatch 2 one of these days or it's still to early for that? Thank you in advance for answers!

      Unfortunately, I cannot edit any part of the main page just yet, since I am not an admin. But for the heroes section, we need an image of Sojourn, and move Doomfist to the tank role. I think we also need more stuff to do with Overwatch 2 on the main page. GameBoy2936 (talk) 23:08, 30 April 2022 (UTC)
      Is there any way to someone become Admin without other Admin help? If no then this wiki is a bit doomed in my books.
      I could ask to adopt the wiki? I need to contact Fandom support, but this is a Gamepedia wiki... hopefully it can be done in the same way I can do it for a Fandom wiki. I first need to check who the admins here are, and if any have been active lately. (EDIT: I noticed there is only one bureaucrat in the wiki! But they actually have not been active for a long time. But there is one active admin: Hawki. Maybe go to their user page and ask anything about editing the main page, if he's able to do so. But he isn't a bureaucrat. If the only bureaucrat of the wiki is inactive, we should bring that topic up to him, and ask if he could get bureaucrat roles. Because I am seeing him edit here a lot.) GameBoy2936 (talk) 10:26, 26 June 2022 (UTC)
      Chiming in, I'm happy for the main page to be updated, but it's a bit beyond my skillset. As in, most of the edits I do (this goes for wikis in general) tend to focus on lore/story - the more complex code for templates and the like isn't really in my skillset. I'd actually welcome more admins and edits, especially on the kind of stuff that I don't usually focus on (skills, strategy, etc.), but I don't have the ability to promote anyone to admin status.Hawki (talk) 14:28, 26 June 2022 (UTC)

      Consider renaming to Overwatch 2[]

      Would any admins be interested in renaming the wiki for Overwatch 2? Or should we keep the branding of the wiki and just update the main page's refences to Overwatch? Nickemccurdy (talk) 03:07, 18 October 2022 (UTC)

      Ability interaction display[]

      I tried making an icon based display addition for the {{Ability details}} template, which would allow you to see at glance if the ability in question would or wouldn't interact with most common effects/abilities. Currently, it entails barriers, Defense Matrix/Kinetic Grasp, Deflect/Javelin Spin, damage boosts and Amplification Matrix. You can see what this would look like on my sandbox page.

      While these bits of information are currently somewhat available through aim types and the details section, the first isn't very reliable, as there are many exceptions, and the latter could be presented more concisely in this manner, leaving only possible additional explanations for details section. So, I'd like to ask:

      1. Would this be a useful addition in the first place?
      2. Are there other effects that should be added or if any of the ones currently there unnecessary?
      3. Are there any other improvements you'd like to see?

      taQtaQ (talk) 16:07, 5 January 2023 (UTC)

      Timeline policy[]

      So, I've created a timeline for the series by going through various pieces of lore. It's far from complete, but I'd like to make the argument that we can start by using absolute dates within the wiki. While this is subject to change, given the lore collected, and Junkrat being born on February 29th (yes, that's a key piece of info), I'd say it's solid enough to start using. That being said, I'd like to get feedback from other users (especially pros/admins) before going ahead. Again, to be clear, there's a lot of info that still isn't in the timeline page, but as a basic template, I think the wiki can use it.Hawki (talk) 08:41, 2 October 2023 (UTC)

      I do not edit the lore bits often, but I have a couple questions/points of discussion:
      1. Is the timeline supposed to be a public article in the future or is just a reference you will be maintaining?
      2. Although, I think it would be better to avoid the use of expressions like "X years ago" altogether, what do we consider as the "present day"? The attack on Paris?
      3. How do we handle contradictions? For example, if official page states one thing, a short story another and a developer third, which do use as the primary source? Do we use the information with the most backing or should there be a priority on sources? taQtaQ (talk) 13:20, 3 October 2023 (UTC)

      To answer the above questions:

      1. Public. The wiki would eventually have a timeline article that we'd link to within articles. For instance, "The Omnic Crisis began in [[Timeline#2051|2051]] and ended in [[Timeline#2053|2053]]."
      1. The present day would still be 2079 by the current reckoning. The short story As You Are establishes that the Paris/Busan attacks take place in summer/Q2 of the year, and everything that's happened post-Paris appears to take place very close together. Hypothetically, this could be an issue later, if events 'spill over' into 2080, but as the series currently stands, it hasn't gone beyond "the present," so to speak.
      1. Contradictions would be handled on a case-by-case basis. For instance, the timeline in the Communications tab in OW2 takes precedence over Chu's more vague comments about the timeframe of the Omnic Crisis since it's a) more recent, and b) more exact.Hawki (talk) 20:49, 3 October 2023 (UTC)

      Fpimagelink update[]

      Suggesting an update to {{Fpimagelink}}. This template is used to display the map icons in front page. There are two main issues:

      1. The text is poorly spaced and aligned to the images
      2. A separate image needs to be cropped in skew and uploaded, which no one bothers to do.

      A suggested update can be found on my sandbox page: User:Taqx2/Sandbox

      This implements the skew effect using css, meaning that no operation needs to be done before map icon is uploaded, and better fits the text to the icon. — taQtaQ (talk) 12:33, 21 April 2024 (UTC)

      Cargo issue resolved[]

      I have released the replacement table for abilities that was created by a script. You should now be able to link to Venture's abilities using {{al}} and ability tables without causing an error. Ability tables and role passives should also soon start to display up to date information when the cache refreshes. — taQtaQ (talk) 10:11, 6 June 2024 (UTC)

      The Tank role passive is outdated and I'm not sure how to fix it since it is updated in Roles. Is this a related issue? --bodacious (talk) 13:21, 6 June 2024 (UTC)
      It is related, but it should resolve itself over a day or two when the page's cache is refreshed. If you want to, you can manually purge the cache on each page, to force the latest version to show. You can do this by doing a "null edit" (edit and save without changing anything) and then use the "purge" option from the menu. — taQtaQ (talk) 13:42, 6 June 2024 (UTC)
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