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: Is it really necessary to separate out content like [[Portal 2 Puzzle Maker/Getting started|Getting started]] or [[Portal 2 Puzzle Maker/Shortcuts|Shortcuts]] into separate articles, instead of merging them into this main one? [[User:RJackson|RJackson]] 13:35, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
 
: Is it really necessary to separate out content like [[Portal 2 Puzzle Maker/Getting started|Getting started]] or [[Portal 2 Puzzle Maker/Shortcuts|Shortcuts]] into separate articles, instead of merging them into this main one? [[User:RJackson|RJackson]] 13:35, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
 
:: At first, we need to '''create''' information. After that, we will separate or merge articles if needed. That will be easier to see, what we have, how long/short articles and what to do. --[[User:Mehiller|Mehiller]] 15:51, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
 
:: At first, we need to '''create''' information. After that, we will separate or merge articles if needed. That will be easier to see, what we have, how long/short articles and what to do. --[[User:Mehiller|Mehiller]] 15:51, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
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:: Also, this page is listed at Puzzle Maker as Wiki page in help dialog. If we will merge that all, it will be like crazy weird mess that hard to read. --[[User:Mehiller|Mehiller]] 15:54, 10 May 2012 (PDT)

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Separation of content

Is it really necessary to separate out content like Getting started or Shortcuts into separate articles, instead of merging them into this main one? RJackson 13:35, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
At first, we need to create information. After that, we will separate or merge articles if needed. That will be easier to see, what we have, how long/short articles and what to do. --Mehiller 15:51, 10 May 2012 (PDT)
Also, this page is listed at Puzzle Maker as Wiki page in help dialog. If we will merge that all, it will be like crazy weird mess that hard to read. --Mehiller 15:54, 10 May 2012 (PDT)