# User:FrostyBytes

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 is Þessi notandi hefur íslensku að móðurmáli.
 en-4 This user can contribute with a near-native level of English.
 da-1 Denne bruger har et grundlæggende kendskab til dansk.
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User:FrostyBytes/Sandbox

 This user is male.

 A.S. This user has Asperger syndrome.
 SYN This user is a synaesthete.

 This user contributes using Microsoft Windows XP.
 This user contributes using Firefox.

 This user is addicted to video games.
 cvg-4 This user is an expert gamer.
 This user prefers to play games on a PC.

 eπi+1=0 This user is a mathie.
 ${\displaystyle \sum }$ This user is greater than the sum of his or her userboxes.
 This user's deviation is standard
 This user prefers the metric system.

I like to use a custom version of the standard welcome message, seen below:

Hello, {{PAGENAME}}, and [[Wikipedia:Welcome, newcomers|welcome]] to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions on the (insert pages edited by user here) article(s). I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful: *[[Wikipedia:Five pillars|The five pillars of Wikipedia]] *[[Wikipedia:How to edit a page|How to edit a page]] *[[Help:Contents|Help pages]] *[[Wikipedia:Tutorial|Tutorial]] *[[Wikipedia:How to write a great article|How to write a great article]] *[[Wikipedia:Manual of Style|Manual of Style]] I hope you enjoy editing here and being a [[Wikipedia:Wikipedians|Wikipedian]]! Please [[Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages|sign your name]] on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you need help, check out [[Wikipedia:Questions]], ask [[user:FrostyBytes|me]] on [[User talk:FrostyBytes|my talk page]], or place <code>{{helpme}}</code> on your talk page and someone will show up shortly to answer your questions. You may also wish to seek help on the [[Wikipedia:reference desk|Reference Desk]], where questions regarding various subjects are usually speedily replied to. Again, welcome! <noinclude>