User talk:IsakBQ

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Recent Edits

I am pleased by your addition of your broadcast order articles. However, I would suggest you to write a summary of what you are doing when you edit your pages. This means I can easily what you did, instead of having to compare the articles all the time. Also please refer to Wikipedia:Manual of Style for a good introduction of writing Wiki articles. :) --Svip 06:30, 9 March 2007 (PST)

Re: Recent Edits

Yes, I have allready gone through that page. Ok, where shall I do this summary, 'cause I would really like to tell everyone what has been done and what i'm planning to do next. I'm new here you see, I registered yesterday on this website.

The "edit summary" is the little box just under the editing box. If you click "History" above, you will see an example of using the edit summary. --Buddy 11:24, 9 March 2007 (PST)
Okay, thx =D --IsakBQ 13:03, 19 May 2007 (PDT)