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N1KF
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08:45:08 PM Jan 25th 2015
Should the sub-pages be indexes? We have an index for Image Source, so how is this any different? I think doing this would make it much easier.
SeptimusHeap
01:01:47 AM Jan 26th 2015
I think the idea behind them not being indexes is that a Trope Namer is usually a bad thing and thus discouraged.
justanid
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09:30:47 AM Jan 25th 2014
Changed the subpage indexing (the bars along the bottom of articles) to only list works, as navigating both works and tropes in a semi-alphabetized list is confusing. This did not work for TropeNamers.Professional Wrestling as some of the articles it lists only have it for an index and it has no works.

Was unsure about how or if to index split pages like Literature or Traditional Games, so they're untouched.
Cloudflier
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12:13:57 PM Dec 6th 2012
edited by Cloudflier
We need to come up with a uniform system on how to deal with renamed tropes. Some tropers remove the trope entirely from the list, while others list the old trope and the current name for said trope in parentheses. Could potentially lead to an edit war one day, though that's unlikely.

I personally favor the method of listing the old trope name under a series while putting in parentheses that it's the former name for trope x. The Trope Namer page does show the history of specific tropes' origins afterall. It's true we have a seperate page for renamed tropes, but it's not useful if you're looking for certain genres or specific sources.

Just to clarify, this is only about the Trope Namer lists we have, not the actual works' pages.
KirbyRider
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05:07:44 PM Apr 1st 2012
We need to focus our accuracy by sorting by letter other than Genre.
MyTimingIsOff
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06:06:19 PM Jan 9th 2012
I don't see why this article's title is plural. It should be swapped with the singular redirect - most links to this page come from that anyway.
PkMARIO
01:47:04 PM Dec 8th 2012
Because Trope Namers is the most fitting name for the page, while Trope Namer is much easier to use in a sentence.
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