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RE:Article talk pages Edit

It's no problem at all. Everyone needs to learn. I'm no admin, I just wanted to let you know as a more experienced user (to use the term admins use). --DCLM 08:36, October 29, 2019 (UTC)

Regardless of who you're responding to, new messages should always be displayed as the last ones. It's easier when discussing/debating in the "board index" sections because you can "quote" what part of a message you're responding to. In talk pages you can't, but new messages should always be last. --DCLM 13:04, October 29, 2019 (UTC)
Typically you can look up a policy you do know about, then go to the categories at the bottom and click on the "policies"-category, then it should lead you to a full list of all the policies of the Wikia. Alternatively you can ask an admin to direct you to the policy in question. :) --DCLM 13:13, October 29, 2019 (UTC)
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