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12:54, 17 September 2013 Ikkisuki (talk | contribs) New reply created (Reply to !!!)
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???

Well, I broke the hero table page as is. Let me just show you my edit and you can undo it when you see it. There's probably a better solution anyways.

Pyro - (Talk)00:05, 17 September 2013
 

Thanks for clearing that up.

Pyro - (Talk)01:30, 17 September 2013
 
 
 
'''Warning:''' Template include size is too large. Some templates will not be included.
 

 

Why is that? I believe it's the culprit for "Talent/Hero Talent Tables" a link instead of a transclusion, but it itself is not that long. Is it that the combination of previous templates are so large that the ones over the limit were excluded due to some total-template-size limit?

Pyro - (Talk)01:39, 17 September 2013
 

Yes.

Post‐expand include size: 2034356/2097152 bytes

I'll see what I can cut down later today.

 

Doesn't this increase the size? (Regardless of amount.)

Pyro - (Talk)10:37, 17 September 2013
 

No, the limit restricting the page was the "Post‐expand include size". This is the size of templates and wikitext after being expanded when being parsed by the server. Also, even if it were to count against it, it's better to have consistent coding than to minify coding, especially while there is other unnecessary/irrelevant stuff on the page.