Apostrophe in decades
Good catch on the punctuation in "1960's". Even more than article self-consistency, MOS:PUNCT actually specifically tells us not to use it ever in that context. DMacks (talk) 17:53, 25 February 2012 (UTC)
Login page on iPad 1
Hi. I had the same problem which you mentioned in November at Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive 132#Login page on iPad 1. I see that another user submitted a tracking incident so hopefully the software folks will fix it eventually (based on a Google search it might only need a minor change to the HTML). In the meantime, I wanted to share a work-around that loads the login page with the checkbox selected:
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ArbCom Elections 2016: Voting now open!
Thanks for your courtesy (really!), but when editing items such as the entry in Scape (botany), you really don't need to consult the previous editor. If s/he feels strongly enough about it it is possible either to start a civilised discussion, or throw a conniption fit according to taste. In one case you have made a friend and in the other, you know how lucky you are, not to have made one. Win/win I call it. In the present case, your edit seems to be altogether desirable, so thanks for that too. Cheers, Jon JonRichfield (talk) 18:00, 25 May 2017 (UTC)