I aborted the creation when I saw a warning that the page had been previously deleted, and an administrator note from 2014 that it had been "Migrated to Module:languages and data submodules".
Is there any reason why there should not be templates to link to DOI, JSTOR, etc.?
but the real category is Category: Armenian declension-table templates. --2A88: A4: F44: B41C:6EB2: E4BA:9F35 , 5 December 2017 (UTC) Needs as far as I see another parameter. -84.1 , 5 December 2017 (UTC) To answer your question, it would be possible to filter this stuff out when sorting the words. It might be worth it if it is often that a single column template contains both plain words and words formatted with a linking template. I just wanted to tell future readers why there needs to be non-alphabetizing templates, so they don't get tempted to delete them.__Gamren (talk) , 4 January 2018 (UTC) could malfunction is if someone mistakenly entered a three-letter related term that happens to be a language code, followed by a number that is somehow also a related term, but that is pretty unlikely.
If all words use linking templates, they are likely to sort correctly, as they will all start with the same HTML tag and double bracket. — Eru·tuon , 4 January 2018 (UTC)There's really no reason someone who hasn't made any edits needs a user page.
Others have understood this page to explain the "how" of things, while the Beer parlour addresses the "why".
Permanent notice Would it be conceivable/desirable to somehow add automatic links to French conjugation appendices (such as fr: Annexe: Conjugaison en français/avoir) in our own French conjugation tables?
Is this a problem on my part, on Wiktionary's part, or on Unicode's part?
--Per utramque cavernam (talk) , 11 December 2017 (UTC) It sounds like it's a font issue.
However, if I do that with art-lap, I get a module error saying "A term was provided but the given code 'art-lap' is not a language, and therefore cannot have terms or dictionary entries", which is the usual behavior with language families.
So if I don't specify a term, the template asks me to supply one, and if I do specify a term (or a hyphen), the template complains that art-lap isn't allowed to have entries! For some reason, the module did not allow derivation from appendix-constructed languages; this example seems to indicate that was misguided or an oversight.
A little revert war at sourdre makes me think that it would be good to have a conspicuous link to fr: Annexe: Conjugaison en français/sourdre, which is much more complete and nuanced.
--Barytonesis (talk) , 1 December 2017 (UTC) The entry ſs is being categorized in Category: German terms spelled with S, I believe since "ſ" is considered the lower case form of "S". DTLHS (talk) , 2 December 2017 (UTC) To fix this, I've added a special case to Module:headword so that the category for the lowercase version (German terms spelled with ſ) would be added, and Module:category tree/charactercat to prevent an error being returned because the letter in the category name is lowercase. — Eru·tuon , 2 December 2017 (UTC) I just started to create Template:doi to link automatically to article DOIs in quotations, similarly to the way that the "doi" parameter to "cite" on Wikipedia does, or the way Template: ISBN handles ISBNs.
The font used for Old Cyrillic at Wiktionary attempts to default to one of the options listed under at Media Wiki: Common.css, so installing any one of them would probably solve the problem.