User talk:Daeval

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Hahah sure no problem as to my layout, but instead im going to move all your pages into a User oage, that way you can keep them and also so they can be of use, as it appears we already have the information on creating a spawn room, which me and Baliame put up.

But yeah Welcome and thanks for adding to the VDC!--Gear 21:06, 15 Nov 2007 (PST)

Thanks! Yeah, the userpage is probably the best way to do it for now. Once I put the rest of this stuff up though, it should be a more comprehensive set of interconnected information (the ideal for a wiki, right?) I may move it to the front TF2 level editing page at that point, as it should no longer be a user page. I'll work it out when I have something convincing to show, I know it just looks regurgitated right now.

User Tuts

Great work on all the TF2 related stuffz, and keep up the work. It makes my belly happy....!--Gear 18:11, 16 Nov 2007 (PST)

Thanks! --Daeval 01:13, 17 Nov 2007 (PST)
Indeed.--Gear 01:31, 17 Nov 2007 (PST)
Most of your tutorials are of excellent quality. I'm recatalogizing them into the beginner/intermediate/expert sections, so new users don't get confused. --Baliame (talk) 20:22, 3 Jan 2008 (PST)
Thanks! However, I've been meaning to re-organize the main TF2 mapping page myself. I went ahead and did it tonight. Some of my reasoning is in the discussion page there, both in a recent post and in the longer post that you didn't feel like reading before. I think you'll like it, but let me know if you have any questions. --Daeval 02:43, 4 Jan 2008 (PST)

Keep it up bro, good job. --wisemx 04:34, 4 Jan 2008 (PST)

Need some help

Hey there fellow mapper. I have been putting to good use of your tuts. I have a few of my own to add to the collection. I am new to the comunity and was wondering if you can gide mo on to or how to make a tut.

Thanks for your time..


Sure, I'd be happy to answer any questions you have and stuff. First step is to get yourself an account here, if you don't already have one.
Currently, users are making their tutorials in their userspace, which basically means that they live on your account instead of the public wiki. Not the way to get the most out of a wiki, but it's what the editors have settled on here for now. To do that, just go to:
That will take you to a blank page where you can create your tutorial. The wiki-editing language is pretty simple, and your best bet is probably just to hit "edit" on some other page and see how it's done there. Just don't save any unintentional changes to the other page. also has a lot of good info on wiki editing, and it works basically the same here.
That should get you started. Feel free to ask any more questions if you have them, and I'm glad my tutorials have been useful. Oh, and also, sign your discussion posts with four tildes (these things: ~) to insert your username and the date. Good luck! Daeval 14:39, 15 Dec 2007 (PST)