I'm sorry, Ups and Downs Notation is no longer truly yours. What's next? Saying the concept of edts is yours?! No. The real Ups and Downs Notation page is User:PiotrGrochowski/Ups and Downs Notation-a. All scales are now based on C and not D, all non–diatonic scales are gone, and 1\12 is not a minor second, NOT ONLY. It's also AUGMENTED UNISON! You are very creepy in my opinion. PiotrGrochowski (talk) 15:19, 30 September 2018 (UTC)
Hi Kite, great to see you in action :)
Just one thing that I found a little awkward: you moved the interval name from the textual into the info box in some cases. I think the synopsis should be kept "intact" so you can just read it out loud, IOW copying is better. Thanks for considering my thought.
--Xenwolf (talk) 07:00, 23 October 2018 (UTC)
- I agree. Trying to fix it now. We seem to be bumping into each other. --TallKite
- By the way, how do I get my comments here to have the date/time stamp on them?
--~~~~behind your message.
It's also available in the toolbar in editing mode. The second control from the right places this magic sequence into the wiki text. If you preview the change, the replacement is shown, but it's not replaced in the source code until you save the page. There are other magic sequences
~~~~~(renders as: 20:58, 23 October 2018 (UTC)) for timestamp only
~~~(renders as: Xenwolf (talk)) for user name only. You see that the leading
--isn't "magic." ;-)
--Xenwolf (talk) 20:58, 23 October 2018 (UTC)