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Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! Gray Catbird (talk) 00:05, July 26, 2015 (UTC)

Jurassic Park References in Pixar Productions

I fixed the above article title. It's correctly spelled "Jurassic". Please fill in all the Pixar references to the Jurassic Park franchise if you kindly would.

GrayWolf2 (talk) 21:07, July 27, 2015 (UTC)GrayWolf2

Re: Jurassic Park Pixar references

I took care of the first three "Jurassic Park" Pixar references for "A Bug's Life", "Toy Story 2", and "Toy Story 3", but I don't know the "Jurassic Park" reference in "The Incredibles". Could you please fill that part in?

GrayWolf2 (talk) 21:23, July 27, 2015 (UTC)GrayWolf2

Nice Job

Well done. Now please kindly fill in the "Indiana Jones" Pixar reference to "Toy Story 3".

GrayWolf2 (talk) 21:33, July 27, 2015 (UTC)GrayWolf2

Temporary block

I temporarily blocked you as you are adding categories to a lot of characters and/or actors that have not officially been confirmed for Toy Story 4. I'm not sure why you're putting these characters/actors in Toy Story 4 categories when we've said on the main TS4 page most of these characters are not officially confirmed yet. I will revert your changes and then remove the block, I just had to get your attention and stop you before you made even more work for me to clean up. --Jeff (talk) 20:30, September 24, 2015 (UTC)

Also, when adding categories, especially to actors, please make sure the sorting is correctly working. We should use DEFAULTSORT, but many pages still set the sorting on each category. So if you're going to add a category, please check this too. You can look at the edits I just made to the TS4 characters category, and the TS4 category itself. Anyone can slap categories on a bunch of pages, what we really need is for the category sorting and category pages themselves to be consistent, which takes more time and effort.
Also note, you can usually edit your talk page when you are blocked. I will lift your block in just a couple minutes, finishing up a couple of things. --Jeff (talk) 20:33, September 24, 2015 (UTC)
Do you read your Talk page? You continue to add the Toy Story 4 category to the Buzz Lightyear page, even though you've provided no official proof he will return. Consider this your first notice and warning; if this behavior continues then you will be blocked for 1 month as stated in our category policy. --Jeff (talk) 03:09, September 25, 2015 (UTC)

Category:Male antagonists

what on earth was the point of creating this category page simply in order to ask for it to be deleted? Why not just leave it in its previous non-existent state? And you did the request wrongly anyway; the correct way to request deletion of a page is to add {{delete|reason}} or {{delete|date|reason}} or whatever other syntax the particular wiki requires, not to add the page to Category:Candidates for deletion directly. Also, deleting the category page doesn't remove the category; the latter can only be done by removing the category from any and all articles in which it is used. — RobertATfm (talk) 14:47, October 11, 2015 (UTC)


I have blocked you for a month for violating Pixar wiki policy regarding *tagonists wording. Please review our policies to avoid any additional blocks being placed on you in the future. Thanks. --Jeff (talk) 00:55, November 24, 2015 (UTC)

Blocked (again)

I have blocked you for a week. You have to stop creating new categories. It just leads to so much work for myself, other admins and other users to fix and clean up. You have to understand how our wiki works to be a contributing member. It would be different if you made a small change, like add 1 category and add 1 or 2 pages to it, and see how it goes. But instead you create a dozen or more categories, add pages, and all of this work needs to be reverted. Even if we needed song categories for every film (even ones that don't have any songs!), it would be a sub-category of the already existing Songs category, right??? And then pages wouldn't be in both Songs and the movie-specific Songs category. But we already have a Songs category, and there's a movie-specific Soundtrack page. So movie-specific Song categories, with 1 or maybe 2 pages in each, is not needed. Plus, you pay no attention to things like category sorting or putting film names in italics, so even if we keep your changes someone has to go back in and fix the sorting. If your only purpose is to create categories and use the word antagonist, then you are going to end up getting permanently blocked. Instead, pay more attention to how things are done on a wiki, understand why things are done, make changes slowly and before making large amounts of changes ask an admin first. This is your final warning. --Jeff (talk) 04:40, January 21, 2016 (UTC)

I've changed your block to one month, as I just realized you're reverting my changes. --Jeff (talk) 04:48, January 21, 2016 (UTC)

Toy Story 4

Hello Animation Rocks. Regarding your latest edition to the Toy Story 4 page, could you please detail a bit what you are referring to when you say "linked storyboards", or give a reference so I can look into it? Thanks, Gray Catbird (talk) 25px-Gray_catbird_cars.jpg 03:54, February 23, 2016 (UTC)

categories and sub-categories

I have blocked you for at least 2 hours, first, to stop you from creating pages that I think will end up needing to be deleted. But second, you continue to put categories into higher-level categories when that category already is in a sub-category of that higher-level category. For example, you added the Characters category to the "Toy Story Toons Characters" category. But "Toy Story Toons Characters" is already in the Shorts Category, which itself is a sub-category of Characters. Before adding categories, you must check the categories already assigned!

We have blocked you in the past for your abuse of categories, and this is something you continue to do. Before I lift your block, you need to respond here on your talk page that you understand what the issue is, and that you will try to not make these types of edits. If you don't respond, your block will not be lifted.

As for these new pages (The Mysterious Stranger, A Dog's Life, etc), why do we need separate pages for each of them when there's only 1 or 2 sentences about each? They are all related - put them in a single page with sections for each story. Our goal here is to not have as many pages as possible, but to have good and in-depth information not found on other wikis. A sentence about the plot and repeating the names of characters does not meet this goal. --Jeff (talk) 03:40, April 23, 2016 (UTC)

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