User talk:Aulus Quinctilius Flamininus
Thank you for contributing!
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--Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 13:26, 26 November 2012 (CET)
You are welcome
Ok, understandable and perfectly reasonable. But, how can I avoid loosing my work if the browser gets hung up when I am editing?
- I don't know any remedy. However, if you are going to edit an article for a longer time, you can copy the material in a Word doc, make changes there, and only copy the final result into your browser's wiki editorial windor. This way, your work can not be lost.
--Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 14:24, 26 November 2012 (CET)
I was affraid the old Word or Notebook trick was the only solution :(
I hope to keep collaborating in the near future :)
Really, thank you indeed! You are doing a great work and a great deal of help for our Spanish-tongued Roman community. A new Hero of the Wikialist Work has been born! And when it comes to translations, don't worry, you don't have to translate strictly and word-by-word, except when exact meaning is important. Different language sections of our website are not simply translations, but they are separate encyclopedias on their own right. You can add to their content without limit and restriction. You can add more to what the original language text has had, or you can take away from it. You are the author. Have a nice day, and gods bless you: valé optimé! --Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus 18:10, 27 November 2012 (CET)