Table:Inline episode/film/comic references

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I think I have brought this up before, but I am going to do it again, cause apparently I did not make myself clear the previous time. Whenever mentioning an episode, film or reference within a context, can we please not use the {{elink}}, {{flink}} and {{clink}} templates? I still urge you to use them in appearances lists, infoboxes, overviews, among other things. But the whole line of brackets and icons doesn't really go well inline.

Therefore, I am recommending, that when mentioning an episode or comic, put it in quotation marks like this; "Space Pilot 3000" or "Monkey Sea, Monkey Doom!". It should be apparent by the context that we are speaking of an episode and/or comic. If you really which to distinguish yourself between the two, use phrases like in the episode "Space Pilot 3000" or in the comic "Monkey Sea, Monkey Doom!".

As for films, keep them just italic, e.g. Bender's Big Score. The reason? Simply because it looks better inline. If you are not convinced, try using the differences inline sometime. But, don't write links to episodes/comics without the quotations or films without the italics, unless you are mentioning them in "vague" format, e.g. "in the first episode". --SvipTalk 15:56, 15 March 2009 (UTC)

hehe. whoops, shall do from now on--My leg feels funny! 20:44, 15 March 2009 (UTC)
Also, the icons should be changed to some hue of cyan to match the new colour scheme a little better. --Buddy 22:39, 20 March 2009 (UTC)
Done. See All My Circuits#Appearances for an example. If they still appear in red, do a refresh. Your browser is caching! --SvipTalk 14:58, 21 March 2009 (UTC)