User talk:Randomoneh

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Hello, Randomoneh! Thank you for your contributions. My name's Airplaneman and I just wanted to say hi and Welcome to Wikipedia!

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Airplaneman 05:51, 20 June 2012 (UTC)

Retina display[edit]

Hello Randomoneh, I saw your query on Talk:Retina display about rewriting the article. A safe place to experiment would be what's called your userspace: subpages created under your username. In this case, you could copy the article into User:Randomoneh/Retina display and fiddle around with it there as if it were an article. This way, you need not be worried about your edits being deleted. Once you're confident about it, you can always go and get a second pair of eyes to look over what you've done, and then you can incorporate your draft into the article itself. How does that sound? Airplaneman 05:54, 20 June 2012 (UTC)