If I understand you correctly, if you are wanting to ask a question that you want people to see, you can try writing a blog post. If that doesn't work, you can come back here and inform me and I will see what else can be done.
Be careful when updating version number across the platforms, as not all platforms do get all updates at the same time. For example, it seems like the Apple-TV is lagging behind.
One way to check versions numbers in the various app stores, is to follow the app store links from viewing Template:Update series. You might need to open some of the links in an incognito window (to avoid currently logged on accounts to interfere).
Sadly, not all the app stores reports the version number directly.
I believe LionFire is talking about the update section in the Wiki Navigation bar at the top of the page, but with the new format, it would probably be quicker to just search the page up instead of using the Wiki Navigation to find it.
Just tried to add the missing updates to the navigation bar and it seems I can't for some reason. The 'Publish' button isn't appearing. So I can't add them. Is that something possibly only bureaucrats can do by chance?
You can edit it (I think), Pigman, but as long as the navigation uses a category it will seemingly random pick the top 10 items in that category. To avoid that from happening, we would need to change from using a category, and then handcraft the various items in that menu.
After reviewing MediaWiki:Wiki-navigation, I see that we're not actually using categories, and it's just a matter of updating the correct list. According to Help:Navigation that page should be editable by an Administrator, though. You'll need to preview your changes, before the publish button is available, it also says.
I thought it was just purely the lists that needed editing, and not actual categories. Anyway, my problem here is that there is no 'Preview' or 'Publish' buttons appearing. It could be a problem with the device I'm using. I might would have to use a computer to edit the page. I will try and see if there is anything I can do about that today.
Hey Pigman, it's been a while since we spoke. I just have a minor question. I'm curious, why do you guys close threads when they reach around 120 or so instead of letting them extend to like around 300, is it due to lag? I'm just curious and I'm not trying to change the way you guys run this wiki, as it's ran pretty well I have to say. And of course, every wiki is ran differently. Me being an Admin on the Pixel Gun Wiki, I'll help run it the way I feel is best. Like how you and the other staff members feel what's best for this wiki. So long story short, with me getting my blabbering out of the way, I wish you and this wiki well. ☺️
Exactly, the 120 limit is mostly done for ridding of the tedious process of scrolling through hundreds of comments to reach the bottom of whatever page you happen to be on at the time. So, nothing much to it, just the above.