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Talk:Aucafly T1

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Infobox aircraft usage

For the new template User:Bugman/Infobox Aircraft, I would suggest a few changes:

  • name: The plural of aircraft is aircraft, not aircrafts.
  • authors: Replace Aucafly with Ausdkunst.
  • fgname: This should be the name of the aircraft for launching it, specifically the <name> part of <name>-set.xml.
  • status-*: Check the links that the stars point to, and make sure you deserve all those stars ;)

Bugman (talk) 13:52, 10 June 2016 (EDT)

Thanks Ed. I have done most of the changes except fgname. Right now I am still presenting this as one page wiki for multiple aircrafts (reasons listed on the forum). Because of that, I cannot put a name for fgname in the infobox. Instead, I put it in the main text, next to the name of the aircraft.
Ausdkunst (talk) 14:03, 10 June 2016 (EDT)
For the talk pages, when answering it is good to start with : or more characters (one more than the previous), and to sign off with ~~~~ (I have manually added your signature in the last message). For fgname, you could still list them all there separated with / and with text in brackets identifying them in the main text. You should also provide a link for downloading (the download parameter), or we change that to a default download page for you hangar in the template.
Bugman (talk) 14:21, 10 June 2016 (EDT)
Sorry Ed, this is my first time using Talk. I have made the changes to the page. Thanks!
Ausdkunst (talk) 14:37, 10 June 2016 (EDT)