- It seems like this article should be tabbed as TiP, but my attempts to do so destroy the page when previewing. Something about the table (originally copied from Bart's Exchange) seems to break the tabs. --VrtraTheory-2063 21:15, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
I didn't think there was any harm in leaving the hints in the table. I found them interesting to read, and the only way I'd probably get to see them all, is via the wiki.
- Originally I was intending the hints to be a placeholder until the actual criteria were discovered, but having them in as trivia wouldn't hurt anything. My only concern is that a table might not be the best format for that - it makes all the hints look like a big wall of text on the right side of the screen. --VrtraTheory-2063 14:10, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
- How about something like:
|Leafos||Prefers lower level (or lower value) piñatas.|
|Hello there. After all the time I spent drawing and writing about Piñatas for the journal, I have the fondest memories of my first scribbles of those common little Piñatas.|
---Not that I can readily think of. I can think of perhaps changing the color of the actual name of the judge, so that if people are scanning and looking for a partuclar judge's name, they can see it more easily. That way, we could use the above method effectively without making hard to tell what is what.