Help please: Opt Out for "additional statistics"
Would you please be able to help me understanding what the process is to Opt Out to "additional statistics" for the fr.wikipedia.org for the User Analysis/stat tool found on this page? (I found your name on the FAQ of that page, and hope you may be able to help).
I understand that to opt in, you have to add content to User:Ludopedia/EditCounterOptIn.js, but I am confused as to what to do to Opt Out. Thanks in advance for your help. — Ludopedia(Talk) 08:55, 30 April 2015 (UTC)
Hello, just to avoid confusion would like to add : I was opted in, but now wish to opt out (this is for the Wikipedia in French. Thanks for sharing info if you can. — Ludopedia(Talk) 02:41, 2 May 2015 (UTC)
Couple minor (yet strange) bugs I've noticed
Hello. The edit counter seems to running reliably as of late. Thought I would drop by and mention some minor problems I've seen.
A few months ago a very strange edit, credited to my account, appeared on the 'Latest edit (global)' list. It was some obscure change to an obscure technical page (I think) on German Wikipedia. I have never edited on German WP and certainly not on any page like that, and I currently have no contributions of record on German WP. The edit description remained on my latest edits list for a least a couple weeks, maybe more, before it disappeared. The entire time the edit description was visible, my edit count page was thrown into a funk with many of the words appearing in German. For example, under 'Top edited pages' the first sub-heading was spelled "Artikel" instead of "Article". After the strange edit disappeared off the list, everything returned to normal.
Less mysterious is the HotCat count at the bottom of the counter page under '(Semi-)automated edits (approximate)'. It shows 0 edits, and always has shown 0 edits, despite the fact I have used HotCat hundreds of times. --RacerX11Talk to meStalk me 04:00, 2 May 2015 (UTC)