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Your edit summary attacking User:JpgordonEdit

Calling his revert a "Possible case of misconduct" is completely unacceptable and not the purpose of edit summaries. And as you were using an opinion piece to make a statement of fact about a living person, a BLP violation. You need to become more familiar with WP:BLP and read the alert above again. Doug Weller talk 08:10, 10 February 2019 (UTC)

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Quote refactoringEdit

Hi there, re: this edit is there a reason why you refactored the quote "Then we have graphic and regular novels ... how she became a power centre into a TV series in a grand way" into "Then we have graphics and regular novels ... how she became a power center into a TV series in a grand way." Was this a mistake? I can't see a legitimate justification for changing "graphic" to "graphics" since we're talking about "graphic novels" a well-known format of comic book entertainment, and it's unclear why you changed "centre" to "center" when we use British English in Indian articles. Your response would be appreciated, thank you. Cyphoidbomb (talk) 01:26, 8 April 2019 (UTC)

Also, re: this, while it's nice that you opted to clarify that we're talking about millions, million is not a proper noun, and thus, shouldn't be capitalised. Maybe a moot point, since we don't do currency conversions in the infobox, but it's something for you to look out for moving forward. Thanks. Cyphoidbomb (talk) 01:28, 8 April 2019 (UTC)
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