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I apologize for deleting those pages. Because of this event I will make sure to back up any pages that I may delete in the future. Unfortunately I do not have the power to recover deleted pages, so I can't do anything to fully recover them. But, if you can get in touch with anyone on this list they will be able to bring those pages back. Is there anything I could do to help with recreating those pages? -Bryce Springfield

Links not working

In response to [1]. On the ringed columns article, one of your links is for a page called "The Meyer Method". That article doesn't exist; the correct one is Meyer method. Is that your question? Randomno [talk] 21:26, 18 July 2015 (UTC)

SCOPE method

Hi, where else is that Sq1 method called SCOPE? Everyone calls it Vandenbergh. Randomno [talk] 19:36, 24 July 2015 (UTC)

Titles ending with dots.

Hello Shadowslice, I noticed some wikilinks and pages with titles ending with dots. I saw [2] but wanted to make sure I understand the idea. Does the dot at the end of the title mean that the page is part of the index to the forums? If so, my suggestion is to name these pages e.g. CFOP (forum guide) instead of CFOP. (Another possibility is Beginner's forum guide/CFOP, as suggested by Randomno). The reason is that when I see a page with title CFOP., it is not immediately obvious why the dot is there. I think something like CFOP (forum guide) would be clearer. What do you think on this? Stannic (talk) 12:55, 18 June 2017 (UTC)