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Welcome to Urdna's talk page[edit]

I should check this page for messages at once in a while, if you need a more immediate response or I have not replied to your message after an extended period of time, you can email me.

I need help.[edit]

Hi. I read through the crypto stuff but I do not understand where (or in what specifically) I insert my secret code. Is there a box somewhere?

Suppose my secret code is "See spot run." Where to I write that?

When I do, will that return some sort of alphanumerical, 15-digit, secret harsh (one digit for each letter and each space plus all puncuation marks, quotations included) ?

And then do I take that secret 15-digit hash and insert it into the following script upon the edit-summary page for the page upon which I wish to see the end result ?

{{User committed identity|hash|hash function used|background=CSS color|border=CSS color|article=grammatical article for the hash function}}

Honestly, the Template:User committed identity subsection labeled "How" needs to be rewritten from the point of view of helping novices create a result. It is currently too unfriendly for bozos like me to understand.

Looking forward to your assistance. Toby Ornott (talk) 12:45, 14 March 2009 (UTC)

Wikipedia:WikiProject Stubsensor[edit]

As a previous volunteer at Wikipedia:WikiProject Stubsensor I though you might like to know there is a new set available for work at Wikipedia:WikiProject Stubsensor/20100826. Hope to see you there. JeepdaySock (AKA, Jeepday) 10:53, 1 September 2010 (UTC)

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