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Biome names[]

You reverted one of my edits on the Radon page, which was an attempt to homogenize biome names, removing old ones and replacing them with current one.
Same for this edit; if you had read the next section (Sulphurine#Sources), you would have noted the old Desert biome is already mentioned with its correct, current name: Barren...
In both cases, I was editing the name of a link already pointing to the new biome...
The list of existing biomes can be found on Biome.
Radioactive is not a biome anymore. Moreover, biomes in which Radon harvested by the Atmosphere Harvester are already correcty depicted there: Atmosphere_Harvester#Additional_information
I noted several such discrepancies here and there.
Please refrain from such "mechanical" reverts... it hurts good will.
You were editing game description, which is the same text as presented in the game as seen on the screenshot. Therefore it should not be edited even if it has grammatical error.
Each biome is called by ten different names as stated on each biome pages, these are used in the game for the specifying planet biomes. So Radioactive is indeed a biome, but more like a subbiome of Irradiated biome. Gorla (talk) 18:00, 6 September 2019 (UTC)

Version of information panel?[]

Hello! This is my very first day in this wiki, that's why I don't understand what do you mean when cancelling my edit :/ Give me please some information to avoid such embarrassment in the future. -- An tonio (talk) 21:51, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
Sorry if my edit and short message sounded blunt. When editing a product page, preferably the blueprint panel should be provided for updating a page, as it shows all relevant information of the product.
In case of Gold I saw that the page has a NEXT blueprint in the gallery. For Grantine I accidentally didn't notice the NEXT blueprint as it should be the first image in the gallery, which indeed has the 25000.0 value. So my edit was not justified and sorry for my mistake! Gorla (talk) 22:38, 26 July 2019 (UTC)

Artifact Research[]

Looks like the last revision filled the artifact research table with placeholder data. Is this intended? Nutrage (talk) 20:35, 15 September 2018 (UTC)
Yes, the Artifact Research is for collecting info and I copy this at least once a week into the Artifact Database, then reset the table. If you check the page history, I summarize this with "processed into Database" text. Gorla (talk) 21:01, 15 September 2018 (UTC)