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Aug 29th 2016 at 2:38:23 PM •••

Is thread mode allowed on the WMG pages? Because I always assumed they were in thread mode (as opposed to unified-article mode) by default, and that was how it was supposed to be. Like, I assumed that responding in a sub-bullet was preferable to editing someone else's WMG.

But this article doesn't state any exceptions where thread mode isn't bad.

EDIT: Now that I think about it, thread mode has to be acceptable at least in Headscratchers, since posting questions and responding in sub-bullets is pretty much the definition of how Headscratchers works.

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Jul 21st 2017 at 11:19:37 PM •••

Upon re-reading, I think the key phrase is "a wiki page meant to be informative".

Being informative is, obviously, not the purpose of a WMG page ;)

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Aug 31st 2011 at 7:09:11 AM •••

It's a shame too, this used to be my favorite thing about TV Tropes..

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Nov 29th 2011 at 10:46:50 PM •••

It was never allowed in the first place. I understand the appeal (I like reading conversations), but TV Tropes is still here to inform, not to bicker, so it ultimately bogs the site down. :(

Apr 14th 2012 at 7:57:37 AM •••

I was about to say "On the other hand...", but I realized what I was about to do in time. Although I agree with the OP.

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Oct 12th 2015 at 9:40:58 PM •••

I dislike "This does not provide a fun reading experience at all." The self-demonstrating version with is a much more interesting read than just stating the facts and actually includes more information. I understand about the arguments, but don't cast a blanket statement on all dialogue.

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