Dear user, I have noticed that you fix several disambiguation with the mentioned tool. though I have added the following code
but it's still not showing on my page's vector bar. Can you help me out in this issue?
- You can find it here -->Special:MyPage/common.js
- I know that along the top right corner on "more" tab I can find it. But when I have pasted this code to my common.js page, it;s not working. I mean on the "more" tab, DisamAssist is not appearing. I have refreshed multiple times, bu not working.
So, I just wanted to know, did you pasted the above link just as it is above, or you have changed the
and added your user name?
I noticed your edits to the mirror article, and thought maybe I could help. While we don't have an article about the convergence of light, the term is most closely related to divergence, although in fact is the opposite of that term, they are both two sides of the same coin. The closest article we would have is either divergence or better is probably beam divergence. Simply put, convergence is what happens to light rays when it is focused to a spot, while divergence is what happens after it is focused and begins spreading out again. Divergence is the term most commonly used to describe the phenomenon of beam (or rays of light) spreading. Convergence is more rarely used, but only applies to focusing. Together, however, they both really refer to the same thing, so divergence is almost always used, and convergence only when there is a need to distinguish between focusing and spreading. Personally, I would probably link that to beam divergence, as that is more closely related, but then we'd need to add the term to that article somewhere explaining how they relate. I hope that helps. Zaereth (talk) 17:17, 21 May 2020 (UTC)
- Oh, by the way, just FYI, I created the redirects Convergence (optics) and Divergence (optics) and added them to the DAB pages, so maybe this won't be so hard to find in the future. I've never heard it called simply "vergence", but it makes sense. Most sources simply default to "divergence", I guess because that's how either will eventually end up, the only difference is what side of the focal plane it's on. Sometimes there's a need to distinguish between them physically, but mathematically the only difference is the sign (+ or -). Hopefully, a couple redirects will help. Thanks again Rod. Zaereth (talk) 19:34, 23 May 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for the disambiguation assist!Edit
Just wanted to drop you a note of thanks for fixing my erroneous link to "cohort" instead of "cohort (military unit)". I apologize for making the same mistake in several articles—when I noticed it the first time, I wasn't sure how many articles I might have made it in, and didn't take the time to go back through them all and look. So I really appreciate your fixing it for me! P Aculeius (talk) 14:14, 22 May 2020 (UTC)
Malta Jazz FestivalEdit
Thanks for highlighting the disambiguation issues on the Malta Jazz Festival page. I have directed the links to the correct wiki page for three of the four you highlighted but for the fourth, Robin Jones, there is strangely no page on wikipedia, despite undoubted notability given his contribution to the British jazz scene. Maybe I can start one on another day. But thanks for your help. It is good to get some genuine collegial support after so many bruising run-ins from overly proprietorial, delete-happy editors. Some of them lack some of the finer social skills. Kont Dracula (talk) 23:37, 24 May 2020 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!Edit
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|Thanks for the help. Kont Dracula (talk) 23:38, 24 May 2020 (UTC)|
Nawab Afridi (talk) 17:09, 25 May 2020 (UTC) Being a moderator, you always checked my page List of Pakistani Peace Laureates and fixed the errors every time for which I was always thankful to you for your support and cooperation but today I just checked my page and have found some other moderator removing the descriptions and ruining my entire page. All my efforts and struggle have been ruined.
You kindly helped with Ray Mead. Could you look at Will Ogilvie (artist)? His teacher at the Art Students League in New York was Kimon Nicolaides. He is in wikipedia but when I made the link, his name is still red. I am not very experienced and don`t know what to do. Thank you in advance,Joan arden murray (talk) 12:31, 26 May 2020 (UTC)
ALok Kumar MehtaEdit
Hey I need ur help .....recently in order to improve the article named as above I added  But some error occurred in url can u help fixing it.@Alok Kumar Mehta>>>>>>tq Editor wikip6 (talk) 01:44, 27 May 2020 (UTC)