Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
From Sonic Retro
This article is VERY confusing, and seems to have wrong information.
It talks too much about SatAM too.
The timeline seems wonky, and the SatAM article states there are two full seasons of SatAM.
- I fixed it up for you Alex.--MathUser 06:18, 6 May 2008 (UTC)
It seems to have the episodes in the wrong order as the current order is broadcast rather than production (production order is Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad to Sonically Ever After - airings, production codes and the complete box set vertify my claim). Also there is only one season due to the show originally being syndicated. --Yawackhary 13:37, 14 July 2008 (UTC)
- Well, I got the episode order off of tv.com I think, Since you got the DVD set feel free to put the correct production numbers and use the correct order of episodes also.--MathUser 16:32, 14 July 2008 (UTC)
Attempt to force neatness in the DVD/VHS cover section goes awry
When I was adding covers and descriptions to the article, I noticed that the individual boxes wouldn't line up properly if any box in the above row had a unique pixel height. The code for every box began with:
<div class="thumb" style="width:180px;float:left;margin-left:20px">
To fix this with minimal editing, I figured out a sensible maximum height for all the boxes and changed all the code headers to:
<div class="thumb" style="width:180px;height:290px;float:left;margin-left:20px">
After a little bit of trimming for some boxes with large amounts of text, the page worked perfectly in its preview state. However, upon attempting to save, I was bumped back with the following:
The page you wanted to save was blocked by the spam filter. This is probably caused by a link to a blacklisted external site. The following text is what triggered our spam filter: <div class="thumb" style="width:180px;height:290px;float:left;margin-left:20px">
I tried various workarounds, such as rearranging the order of commands or deleting less necessary ones (margin-left:20px), but there was no effect. Even attempting to save this discussion caused the error until I rampantly inserted <nowiki> tags into the code! Should I assume that the command is completely blocked from use, and what alternative methods could be used to produce a similar effect if so? Mainman (Talk) 00:58, 10 May 2010 (UTC)
- <Long String of Elipses>... So about two and a half hours after I found a way to display the code on this Discussion page, it finally occurred to me "Hey, wait, I should remove the italics and see if the code actually works if you use it outside code boxes". It did. You live and le... nevermind. Mainman (Talk) 02:39, 10 May 2010 (UTC)
I think this table probably needs to be removed, but I'm not certain whether it's worth doing... yet.
Every episode is probably going to need its own "production credits" section listing everyone who was involved (including voice actors). And it's also going to have to be done for multiple languages. And for potential re-edits if they split the show up to fit different time restraints on different channels.
i.e. Jaleel White is set to be credited on hundreds of episode pages, and the Sonic the Hedgehog page, so might not need to be credited here. But then again, it might be useful. But in doing that, we'd have to demand that a character appears in x or more episodes, otherwise the table could get filled with one-off characters... for multiple languages.