Hi. Thanks for joining.--Bob M 21:23, 25 May 2011 (UTC)
Hi Jameson, Visual puzzles is an interesting article. Thanks for contributing it, and welcome to Teflpedia! I have done some minor edits to Visual puzzles that I trust will be helpful. I don't want to interfere further while you are in the midst of the creative act. I will visit it again later on and see if I can be of any assistance with the layout. It would seem you have experience with MediaWiki from another site and may yet get the page layout sorted. Where did you get all the great images? --Roger 18:59, 13 October 2012 (CDT)
- I had a go at layout. See Visual puzzles. Thanks again for creating this interesting page! --Roger 20:17, 13 October 2012 (CDT)
- Hi Jameson. Yes, nice work. :-) I'd just like to check that you do own copyright to "visual puzzles" material as I see you've referenced a book by Mario Rinvolucri in the text. Cheers.--Bob M 10:32, 14 October 2012 (CDT)
Yes --Roger, thanks for formatting the page - I`m new to wiki so I didn`t know how to... As for the copyright Bob M, a few of the idiom puzzles are from the puzzles from the mentioned book, and there are a couple of my own aswell (hopefully I`ll put more in soon) I haven`t copied the fonts or layout exactly as they are found in the book, and have only used half of the ones given so I assume that`s ok, but if I am not allowed to use altered versions then I will remove them and create new ones.This unsigned comment was made by Jameson2000ad
- Hi Jameson. Thanks for coming back on this. It's really respecting the copyright of the content that's important - the fonts and the formatting are not the most important. So if would be better if you used stuff that you had created yourself rather images re-edited from another work. Our relevant copyright policy can be found here. Sorry about that. :-( --Bob M 11:45, 14 October 2012 (CDT)
OK Bob M, I have deleted the puzzles which were found in the book.
- Thanks. --Bob M 14:24, 15 October 2012 (CDT)