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#1 generalmx

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Posted 24 July 2014 - 04:35 PM

I was a S.T.E.P. forum user before the Wiki existed, so perhaps that's why my password isn't working with it? I've since come back to Skyrim modding, going through S.T.E.P. v2.2.9 right now, and got annoyed by how there's seemingly no easy way to view all of S.T.E.P.'s LOOT Meta rules suggestions --- I was going to make a new category and add all the mods with Meta rules to it, since I now have to manually check which mods have them.


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Posted 24 July 2014 - 05:48 PM

I think you have to register on the Wiki with identical info as your forum profile. It's been a while since I did it.


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Posted 24 July 2014 - 09:23 PM

I think the categories are protected from normal users so you might not even be able to do that. I'm not positive what is restricted and what isn't since I have unrestricted access.



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Posted 25 July 2014 - 09:46 AM

The wiki is driven by Semantic MediaWiki (SMW), so only admins can mess with the logistics of the guide and anything driven by SMW. If you want to consolidate mod info, you can use a SMW query to do so (a special template like "MergedModOrderedList" and dependencies would first need to be created though if this info is managed by mod page attributes):

=Example: STEP Mods merged into the STEP Patch(es) ={| class="wikitable" style="width:100%;"! style="width:25%;" | Mod Name! style="width:10%;" | Section! style="width:10%;" | SourceID! style="width:55%;" | SourceURL{{#ask:[[Concept:ModsInSTEP]]|mainlabel=-|?ModName|?Section|link=none|format=template|template=MergedModOrderedList|sort=OrderID|limit=1000}}|}

  I have been away for awhile though, so I am not sure how "LOOT Meta Rules" are configured or if SMW even manages.   You can easily create a list or a table on your user page or anywhere else though, just can't change the Guide itself or any of its dependencies.



#5 generalmx

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Posted 25 July 2014 - 05:51 PM

I think you have to register on the Wiki with identical info as your forum profile. It's been a while since I did it.

It's not giving me an option to register, just:

You must have cookies enabled to log in to S.T.E.P. Project Wiki.Please register a forum account, and use your forum user ID and password to log into the wiki.

The wiki is driven by Semantic MediaWiki (SMW), so only admins can mess with the logistics of the guide and anything driven by SMW. If you want to consolidate mod info, you can use a SMW query to do so (a special template like "MergedModOrderedList" and dependencies would first need to be created though if this info is managed by mod page attributes):

=Example: STEP Mods merged into the STEP Patch(es) ={| class="wikitable" style="width:100%;"! style="width:25%;" | Mod Name! style="width:10%;" | Section! style="width:10%;" | SourceID! style="width:55%;" | SourceURL{{#ask:[[Concept:ModsInSTEP]]|mainlabel=-|?ModName|?Section|link=none|format=template|template=MergedModOrderedList|sort=OrderID|limit=1000}}|}

  I have been away for awhile though, so I am not sure how "LOOT Meta Rules" are configured or if SMW even manages.   You can easily create a list or a table on your user page or anywhere else though, just can't change the Guide itself or any of its dependencies.

Ah, that's understandable. I'll look into SMW's reference and see if it can grab the MetaRules info, then.


Edited by generalmx, 25 July 2014 - 05:51 PM.

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