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(Away from project. May return someday. If you have technical questions, and aren't one-specific-user-you-know-who-you-are, feel free to e-mail me. I do wish the project well.)
At Wiktionary:Votes/2011-04/Representative entries it had been discussed that the default sorting order within a category should not be overwritten. IMHO it is completly another thing to avoid that each entry in a category gets a headline of this entry. Please look to Category:Kangxi radicals to understand what I try to explain: in opposition to the first few entries, all the characters are precided by an additional headline of the character itself. This is rather disturbing than of any use, doubles the lines and makes it difficult to get a swift overview.
The headings are useful where severeal entries with the same leading letter should be bundled together, making this way partitions allowing an easier overview. They are totally useless in categories of single letters, where they are just doubling each single enty.
I categorized the items in Category:Han rad sup with [[Category:Han rad sup| ]] to avoid the generation of this unwanted headline - this does not change the sorting order mentioned in the votes. As I see now, your bot changed this in January 2013 in 8 of 16 category entries. I repaired it, just to see later that in the above mentioned Category:Kangxi radicals much more entries are affected.
Would you mind to undo that last edit in 33 cases?
I think it will be faster done with the bot instead of by hand.
BTW, Category:CJKV radicals contains 275 entries, all of them with the headlinings because of the categorizing without the "| "-sequence. Is your bot able to add this sequence to all the pages in this category? Toda sarang♥사랑 09:24, 23 January 2014 (UTC)