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- Although it may have been 800+ bytes, the edit itself was actually pretty minor. Pokebub (talk) 04:01, 15 April 2018 (EDT)
- Got it. Wasn't too sure about it, but thanks for the clarification. I'll keep that in mind when editing future tournament pages. Also, was removing PM from the CEO 2015 section intentional? I understand it was a side-event, but it seems kind of strange to remove it anyways. Pokebub (talk) 01:32, 5 July 2018 (EDT)
In Smasher:Rickles page, there is somebody deleting the DISPLAYTITLE code, and his reason is Smasher pages don't get the displaytitle treatment. So I wonder are DISPLAYTITLE suitable for smasher articles? GRAND DAD Fleenstones!? 06:42, 15 July 2018 (EDT)
- Yes, DISPLAYTITLE is indeed suitable for smasher articles. I'm not really sure why Aidan thinks the opposite, but he was right in reverting your edit. Smasher page titles should stay in the same consistent format of "Smasher:<insert smasher name here>". The only times DISPLAYTITLE is used on Smasher articles is when players have either a lowercase letter at the beginning of their name or certain punctuation marks in their name. Pokebub (talk) 07:10, 15 July 2018 (EDT)
- Ah, I thought you were the one who tried putting DISPLAYTITLE on Rickles' page. My bad. Pokebub (talk) 07:17, 15 July 2018 (EDT)
The reason you weren't able to find anything about CLR is because it goes by several names (like Cloudhead Live Rankings, Cloudhead Rankings, Cloudhead Live, CLR, or simply Cloudhead). Off the top of my head, plenty of relevant players like Ally, Anti, MVD, and Fatality have talked about it. In addition, there was a time period that CLR was mistaken for being an exact prediction of the PGR, forcing both suar and the creator of the CLR itself to clarify otherwise. PokemonMasterJamal3 (talk) 07:23, 26 July 2018 (EDT)