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just edited a small bit at the alphabetical line. I think, this makes the page much easier and more Wiki-konform. Wolf, what do you think? --kpwessel 20:29, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)

Looks a little "blunt" to me.. We in the USA would like a little more "Make- up" and some colors to direct you to different locations.

I got the feeling, that you like colours ;-)
Who doesn't ?? What would you like more: to look at a stupid 08-15 text or a nice little green garden with lots of flowers.. butterflies.. etc.  ?? ;-) Why can't we combine WIKI and a pretty layout.. --wolf 22:42, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)

More questions:
There is always the "< Dictionary", etc line on top of it. Is this really necessary ?
Before, we always had: You are here:bla-->bla-->, etc. and then you could click on each individual link to go back whereever you want to.. Wouldn't this be better ?? --wolf 21:21, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)

The "< Dictionary" thing is implemented automatically by the Mediawiki-Software. This comes up in any case automatically, if you create an article having a "sub-article". Any article has a name "like this one here: "Dictionary". If you now create a new article named "B" and just divided by the "/" character from the "Dictionary", then "B" becomes a subarticle of "Dictionary" having the complete article name "Dictionary/B". This syntax should be used only for staff like this one here, where it makes sence to have a logical hierarchy and therefore the automatic implementation of the hierarchie is a powerful tool (and canĀ“t be avoided). --kpwessel 21:31, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
OK, I see your point, still, is it OK to include the: You are here:bla-->bla-->..--wolf 22:42, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
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