User talk:Majora's cat
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-- 21:56, April 20, 2012 (CDT)
It's great to see you here editing. But you'd be doing us a favor if you would use the "show preview" button at the bottom of the edit form instead of clicking "save page" after you make a change. This shows you what the page will look like without actually saving it so you can be sure it's right before saving the page. This makes the job of the staff a little easier.— Emma (Talk) 22:14, June 6, 2012 (CDT)