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I can't see how the large icon size (20px) would ever be useful if this is to be used in-line, so I had it default to a smaller size (12px) which was previously governed by an undocumented "small" parameter, and removed that parameter. I have also removed the template doc which was on this page since it has been tranferred to a transcluded doc. Bob Burkhardt (talk) 16:13, 28 September 2010 (UTC)
I'm surprised that this template doesn't seem to have any formatting parameters; in most cases, it would make sense if the title of the work in question were given in italics. Am I overlooking something obvious?--Lemuellio (talk) 21:27, 13 December 2015 (UTC)
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There is no format that allows for the linking of a page listing multiple editions / versions / translations of a particular work. It is assumed in this template that there is either a single copy of the work, or else a list of works on a topic. This severely limits the usefulness of the template.
To put is succinctly, the link below implies that Wikisource has works about Lewis Carroll's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
- Works related to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland at Wikisource
but the link goes to a list of several editions of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It is far less common for Wikisource to have a page with a collection of works about a work or topic than it is to have a page that is a copy of the work, or a list of editions / translations of that work.
- Works related to Birds (Aristophanes) at Wikisource