My English Wikipedia user page is en:User:Timeshifter.
My Commons user page: commons:User:Timeshifter.
My first contribution on Wikipedia as a registered user (Timeshifter) was on October 7, 2005.
JS and CSS customization
Overall customization of this wiki:
- Special:MyPage/common.css which for me is User:Timeshifter/common.css
- Special:MyPage/common.js which for me is User:Timeshifter/common.js
Talk page format as of December 2015
- Note: I have since been told that this is "Flow".
A comment I made here:
VisualEditor News #6—2015 sends me here. Asking for feedback here for the single edit tab is a bad idea. The discussion format here is broken in so many ways. When I tried to comment here just now it said I wasn't logged in, even though I could clearly see my user name at the top. I clicked the login link in this comment form, and now I am OK. Then you are asking me to use yet another talk page system. I don't even know what this one is. Is this LiquidThreads, Flow, or what. I have no clue. The editing toolbar is different too. Copying and pasting is not standard plain text. Everything is different. And I really miss the easy scannability and compactness of regular talk pages as at Wikipedia. And where is the preview button?
I suggest you ask for feedback on the single edit tab on a dedicated talk page on Wikipedia. Dedicated to the single edit tab. Create a subpage there for the single edit tab:
Wikipedia:VisualEditor/Feedback/single edit tab
Wikipedia talk:VisualEditor/Feedback/single edit tab
There is also discussion at Wikipedia:Village pump (technical). I can't figure out how to get an internal interwiki link to work here, or I would link to the village pump topic.
I came back to try to edit my first comment, and add a link, and now see that both are not possible. This talk page format is looking worse and worse. And I again get this message upon clicking in the reply box: "You are not logged in. To receive attribution with your name instead of your IP address, you can log in or create an account." And this is even though I see that I am logged in at the top. And I was hoping this 2nd comment would be indented from my first comment.