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Talk:Feed The Beast Wiki
New Third Party Packs
There have been several new packs added to the launcher recently, such as Running Red, Crash Landing, and Material Energy^3. Perhaps we should add new sections for them?
Can we have a link to a page that lists the various Private Packs that have been developed? Many of the mods cross over, like Magic Farm, and I can't see a place to add new ones easily. Chadlupkes (talk) 03:25, 14 September 2013 (CEST)
Broken login fields
For me the login fields have gray text on gray background. Technically they do work, but it is quite annoying, as I can't see if I mistype something. --dgelessus (talk · contribs) 08:46, 23 September 2013 (CEST)
- Should be fixed now RZR0 ( Talk | Contributions) 12:23, 23 September 2013 (CEST)
Empty tutorial pages?
Apparently there are a few tutorial pages with only placeholder text suggesting to add a tutorial, such as Tutorial:Advanced Machines or Tutorial:Gravitation Suite. Is there any specific reason why they exist and should be kept, or can I go ahead and delete them? --dgelessus (talk · contribs) 20:00, 26 October 2013 (CEST)
- Might be good to ,open a discussion on the forums about it. RZR0 ( Talk | Contributions) 19:37, 27 October 2013 (CET)
Could someone please add the 1.6.4 packs to the main page? At the moment they're hard to find unless you know about them, and they won't get cleaned up until they start getting more traffic.
- We have someone working on the artwork for the main page buttons, they'll be up soon enough. --timrem (talk) 00:37, 20 December 2013 (CET)
- Also the Direwolf20 1.6 pack is missing from the original modpacks list. --CakeWithoutEggs 11:02, 21st January 2014 (GMT)
All newer pack mod lists contain links to Buildcraft 4. This page doesn't exist, so it should probably be linked to the existing buildcraft page.
Removing modpack versions from the main page...
... for the sake of cleanliness and better user experience. There isn't much time on anyones hand to keep regulary checking modpack versions, and having them written on the first page might distract users from the point of first page, choosing the right modpack, instead of which version is current. Maybe even linking the official Public Modpack Listing on Confluence somewhere on top of the main page.
I'd like to propose, removing modpack version numbers, but leaving the Minecraft version they are for, and adding small, one or two short sentence description of each modpack, in a fun or witty way, to allow user to find the wiki not to be such alien place and maybe "win" them over for them to keep coming back and maybe even encourage them to start adding content to the site. (Damn, that was a long sentence!)
Broken FTB Infinity
The FTB Infinity entry in 'Original packs' displays 'FTB Infinity v (MC v)' and no required mods. Probably because the page was changed to FTB Infinity Evolved