I found a custom text inserter extension for Google Chrome, called Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome™Edit

Hello. I read on User:Equinox/How_to_be_fast under the Custom text insertion section that you haven't found an extension for Google Chrome that does what you used to have on Opera: automatically inserting custom text as you have set, using special keys as you have set. The extension I have found is called Auto Text Expander for Google Chrome™. I've installed it, set some "shortcuts" as they call it, tried them on the source editor on Wiktionary and it works for me; my text is automatically replaced as I had set. I hope it works for you. --Bismabrj (talk | contribs) 10:43, 28 December 2020 (UTC)[]

On categorizing quotesEdit

Hey ’Nox. Citoid has already been installed here, so you might want to use it for adding quotations: it is very easy to use for anyone who does not edit using mobile.

However, for any reasons, if you do not wish to relish this new feature, then there’s still another way to categorize quotations— just wrap the passage of the quote within {{quote}} and the page gets added to the category! See for example this entry. While adding multiple quotations, using this templet for only one of the quotations does the job.

Thus, with hardly any further effort (especially by the latter way), you would now be able to fulfill the much-needed task of categorization. Thanks for considering! inqilābī inqilāb·zinda·bād 15:09, 31 December 2020 (UTC)[]

@Inqilābī: You might not believe me but I genuinely avoid my talk page in sheer terror, so I haven't read this until just now, despite adding some words in the new YEAR OF OUR LORD 2021. Right now I'm too pissed to check out the above but I will make a note. Thank you for letting me know. Equinox 12:56, 9 January 2021 (UTC)[]
Seems outlandish, but I have seen you formerly using quotation templets. You must have been younger then. ;-) ·~ dictátor·mundꟾ 22:13, 4 July 2021 (UTC)[]

English "darkly"Edit

Hello, sir. I recapitalized the initials on the sense lines to comply with standard formatting, as per your comments. I am unsure about the desirability of a period at end of each definition, as we are not using sentences here(?) In response to your request for a cleanup of the page, I moved the bulk of the synonyms to their own lines under each sense using the Wiktionary synonym template. Please revisit this section, and provide me with some feedback as to what you think of this. Thank you in advance.

By way of explanation of my purpose: I use Wiktionary all the time as my primary source for word meaning...in short, I have come to love it! I enjoy reading quite a bit, and when I find an interesting passage containing a more-or-less obscure word, I like to add the quotation to the proper Wiktionary page, using a nice Quotation template that I found. When I notice a definition which seems wanting to me in one way or another, then I clarify the matter in my own mind, and try to improve the given Wiktionary page by editing it. That's about it... Cheers.

Socialist Soviet Republic of AbkhaziaEdit

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialist_Soviet_Republic_of_Abkhazia#cite_note-1

I got the translations from here. --Trade (talk) 23:35, 4 October 2021 (UTC)[]

If you don't know a language at all, don't add translations from Wikipedia. You won't be capable of determining whether they're correct or not, and whether there are any other orthographic considerations. —Μετάknowledgediscuss/deeds 00:23, 5 October 2021 (UTC)[]
I understand your point of view and normally i agree. But when it comes to political subdivisions and their native labels, the answer tends to be fairly cut and dry --Trade (talk) 20:04, 5 October 2021 (UTC)[]
Your entry seemed to copy and paste a lot of info from another entry, incorrectly (stating that this single Republic was a generic term for a type of kolkhoz or something!) so I just assumed it was a big copy-paste mistake and replaced it with Wikipedia basics. Equinox 20:25, 5 October 2021 (UTC)[]
I think i was mixing up the Socialist Soviet Republic of Abkhazia and the Abkhaz Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. They sound very similar --Trade (talk) 21:24, 5 October 2021 (UTC)[]
God I hope you're trolling. And a non-native speaker should never decide what is a "native label", even if you read it on Wikipedia. That place is full of mad bias. Equinox 21:25, 5 October 2021 (UTC)[]