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Hi! I've seen you've been updating the Modified Fizzler Fields page with new information and images. It's great that you do this, editing and improving articles is always encouraged on any wiki. However, if you want to see how the page looks after a smaller edit and then take up work directly afterward, you should use the show preview button at the bottom of the page, instead of saving after each change. Periodical saves might be beneficial in other programs, but not on a wiki as every saved edit will end up in the recent changes list and the page's history, effectively spamming it. If you know what you want to write and add beforehand it's better to make larger but fewer changes instead of frequent small changes. The show preview button is useful for this, as it allow you to preview your work before saving it and thus you don't have to make a lot of saves that will fill up the page history and recent changes. I hope this helps you!

Dr. Orange (talk) 11:00, 2 January 2016 (UTC)