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Hello, and welcome to Wiktionary. Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

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PS: The changes that you've done on epenthesis, transubstantiation etc. of changing {{t}} to {{t+}} or {{t-}} are usually done automatically by User:Tbot, so that people normally don't waste time checking the existence of articles on foreign wikt's manually ^_^ --Ivan Štambuk 15:17, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, by the time I figured that out I already had managed to insert several t+'s where they shouldn't belong, so I basically just corrected my own errors (and incidentally corrected other entries so as not to waste an edit). And anyway Tbot is nowhere near instantaneous in making ajustments, and it's very disappointng clicking on a blue FL entry hoping to find more information, to see just an invitation to contribute. It might be good to make {{t}} link to FL in some other color, which would mean "link status unverified". Or indicate it by some asterisk or whatever. —This unsigned comment was added by Panda34 (talkcontribs).
Yes, Tbot updates it interwiki database once or twice a week and sweeps all the articles at once, updating {{t}} and/or adding missing {{t}}'s. When you add enough articles to your watchlist, you'll see how it does it in real time :) Most English lexemes have pretty much up-to-date translations - the problem that you describe occurs only with freshly added translations (like that with epenthesis, which I added yesterday IIRC). Anyway, have fun editing ^_^ --Ivan Štambuk 20:38, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

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Welcome back! It is nice to see another native Russian speaker online here :) Lots of Russian words are in need of entries ;) I know that you'd be great at adding them ;) Razorflame 08:41, 17 June 2010 (UTC)