I work for a children's book publisher, and I would like to try and use your photograph of a silky owl butterfly in a book we are doing on butterflies for children ages 3-6. Can you please tell me what are the usage rights for your images?
I have been looking through your contributions, and it does not look good. I had to delete a page you made ("Table"), and I had to rename some photos ("Bbb.jpg" and "1555374 725988130758886 924045074 n.jpg"), too.
Remember to give your photos distinctive names, or they might get deleted or overwritten, and btw, what is this? Give me a good reason why it's here and for it's name and I might not delete it.
I have also had to correct formatting mistakes on some pages, mostly caused by you.
oh.. well i'm not an english mother tongue.. so i don't know if i'm able to explain it.
maybe i can tell you and you can try on game then write with your words.
if you tap on a butterfly and you push it into the bird's area then toward the woods (if you unlocked the top areas) the butterfly pass through the wood to the closer area as if nothing was in between.
Oh, I understand you now! Thanks! I am not either a mother tongue English speaker, I'm from Sweden (which is really obvious if you hear me speak English irl), but I'll change up the article a bit. The part I did not understand was that you had to expand to the upper areas first.
I have been noticing that you are uploading a lot of useful images to this wiki, which is great, but then placing them on articles in "thumbnail" format, which is not so great. We would appreciate if you took the time to change the images you upload in the future, and change them from thumbnails, to 200px width, right-aligned full size images with or without border.
Don't worry about your previosly uploaded images, thay'll get fixed one day, I'm sure. Just keep what I said in mind in the future. Thanks!
Are you editing in source or visual mode? I highly recommend you edit in source mode. If you're doing that it will look something like this:
[[File:ImageExample.png|thumb]] change it to: [[File:ImageExample.png|200px|right]] and you'll be fine.
If you want to help out with the thumbnail elimination project, feel free!