Hey there. I used Busby with a friend’s Busby to get another. I had bred Petunia in the BBC and a Busby but only have one choice for an egg to keep after the event and need to pick Petunia as it isn’t available anymore. Good luck!
Hi; I’d love to have friends for co cop breeding and I’ve got a gem slot open as well. My number is 103973. My Game Center name is spessarite. I appreciate reading your advice and comments on the updates page. Do you know the breeding combos for these new dragons? I have no clue so any help on that score would be fabulous! Thanks so much! - Elizabeth
Oh hi, sorry I didn't notice I have a message (no '!' next to the messages icon this time). Here are IDs for two out of three parks I own/co-own: ..... and ...... We don't have gems left (only at times if friends missed) but right now we have extra treats, if you can't return that is fine. For co-op, outsides of events our priority among the three parks in the family is to help each other out, but I do visit friends' parks occasionally to see what they may be missing. Thanks.
Hey! So I noticed that when you have edited a dragon's page, you've deleted a part of code that sets the colour for the Release History table. This is a Visual Editor bug, so I was wondering if you could change your preferred editor to Source. If you don't know how to use source, that's fine as someone else or myself can add the colours back. I just want to know if this is avoidable. ♥
You are right that there is some inconsistency with the editors, but visual v.s. source seems not the only difference. If you check the history, you'll see that I did not use visual editor (I believe the history would say Visual Editor if I did). However I did Classic Editor->source mode, 'cause I only recently found out how to switch to source mode in Visual Editor and didn't try to change habit. This is what I found -
If I use the dropdown of Edit and choose "Classic Editor", the Visual mode shows the black borders, but as I switch to Source mode, the style is gone. The confusion is when I preview (which I always do 'cause with source mode it's easy to mess up the whole layout with even a tiny mistake), I believe except for one dragon (which I hestiated to save for a while because of this) the borders were there.
If I directly click "Edit" and bring up the visual editor, the borders are gone in the visual (without touching anything), but switching to Source Editor and the style is still there. I guess you mean to use either this or the next method (IE).
Not sure if it's because of some browser setting, but there is only one editor option for me which looks like the classic editor source mode but the style is NOT removed.
(I don't have Chrome anymore so can't test on that.)
As I looked around more and I believe other factors include "whether the dragon has an entry in dragonboxheader" (e.g. Love, Bone, etc. have the problem, but Wrath, Procelain don't "yet") & "whether the table is a template or directly coded in the page" (it's not happening to the dragon info or coin earning rate tables). I can see making the release history table a template is problematic since each dragon needs a different sized table, so as the inconsistent editor behavior continues I'll just change my habit to workaround it.
When I started, I didn't use the Visual Editor, but even just having it selected as the preferred editor seems to cause the code to load in visual, even when selecting to edit in Source. I think the problem is because the Visual Editor has a way to add a table, but it doesn't have a way to change the colour by using dragonboxheader. So the Visual Editor assumes that the line of code doesn't exist, because it cannot exist in visual.
Turning the release history into a template might be possible and would fix it, but if we use more templates, the information becomes less accessible, and I'm worried it might exclude some less experienced users from editing the wiki. Plus, the template would show on every dragon page so I think it would need approval from staff.