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Jack Benny[edit]

First, thank you for your interest in improving the article. A minor point. In the Jack Benny Edit, "television" and "film" are unnecessary wikilinks since following them won't give readers of the Jack Benny article any related information or work as a citation. --Javaweb (talk) 04:34, 4 December 2010 (UTC)Javaweb

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Older But No Wiser[edit]

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Plácido Domingo discography (check to confirm | fix with Dab solver)
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A barnstar for you![edit]

[Barnstar from Voceditenore (17 July 2015) moved to new section on user page.]

Thanks! I appreciate the barnstar and your kind words. I know what you mean about the Domingo article. I looked through it a year ago and was a bit horrified, but I didn't feel I could handle such a task then. I finally decided just to hunker down and get it rewritten. It's a Wikipedia Vital Article after all and I've read a lot about Domingo over the years, so why not?

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Quote boxes[edit]

The relevant passage is at MOS:BLOCKQUOTE, "Block quotations using a colored background are also discouraged." --Xanzzibar (talk) 14:27, 7 September 2015 (UTC)

A block quote is any sort of long quotation that's separated from the text. The various templates (quote, quote box, bquote, quotation, etc.) are just visually distinct ways of separating them. Personally, I find colored text boxes about as garish as pull quotes, which is why I end up being a stickler about it. If you want to change the background back, though, feel free; clearly some people prefer it! --Xanzzibar (talk) 14:56, 7 September 2015 (UTC)

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Plácido Domingo discography[edit]

I have not been checking the page for quite a while. I noticed you have made a significant change to it. I truly appreciate your effort but, can you explain how do you differentiate between “Studio albums” with “Compilation albums - Solo albums and collaboration” and “singles”. It is very confusing now. With the way you arranged it, where do you think the correct place for "Domingo Sings Caruso" or "Be My love" - these 2 are just examples for you to answer. Other than that, you also removed "Christmas Album section". As much as I appreciate your work, it is confusing and less friendly for other editors to add new albums or do some editing. I may re-do the page again someday but I wish if you could explain first. Thanks Jay