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Well folks, I got sick of trying to design a front page with multiple fixed-width boxes, which is just impossible. So, I went to all the trouble of learning how to do parameters - not easy if you are reading Wikipedia programmers - they need a tech writer I think - and now this box has a parameter on this width. You can get this by enclosing the name with a |number after it in double braces. If you don't want the adjustable width, leave off the number and it defaults to 200, px that is, just the way it was. Whew.Dave (talk) 03:32, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
Medieval greek language starts 1100 CE and end near 1700 in a period of intense cultural changes. Your dates are out of context--Kalogeropoulos (talk) 16:18, 23 October 2008 (UTC)
Tsakonian is listed as a dialect of Modern Greek. I thought that it was regarded by most linguists as a seperate language, descended from Doric Greek (as opposed to the Attic-Ionic origins of standard Modern Greek). I think the template should be altered to reflect this, but I'm not sure how it should be done exactly. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:57, 9 December 2012 (UTC)