I see that you undid my edits to The Blur, in which I removed extra spaces between sentences.
I, too, learned to type two spaces after every sentence on a manual typewriter, but that no longer makes sense in a font with letters of different widths. So I've become used to typing only one space between sentences.
Hi! First of all, thanks for answering my question from before and explaining things. (The only reason this isn't in a reply to that thread is because I can't reply to it for some reason.)
This is a follow-up idea to that, mainly an idea for organization. What if there were individual pages for characters of certain types ("Ghosts", "Vampires", "Bears", etc.) that listed out each one, possibly in order of chronological production? Then we could possibly categorize those pages under a category like "Character Types", just so they're all in one place.
Let me know what you think when you can! I wanted to run this by you before just doing it.
Hello. I was wondering why some pages were marked and edited because of this reason. Namely the (former) Mummies and Vampires categories. I understand that at the time of the edit, there were only two characters in that category each. However, I am also aware that there are other vampires and mummies in Hanna-Barbera productions, some of which either were not in the category prior (e.g. Vanna Pira) or do not have a page of their own as of this writing (e.g. there is a vampire and a mummy in Monster in My Pocket: The Big Scream, a Hanna-Barbera production that doesn't seem to have it's own page).
It is a leftover category that someone copied over from Scoobypedia. We don't use it here.
If you think it would be interesting to compare and contrast the many mummies that have appeared in the vast number of HB productions, by all means create a page for it and do so. A simple category lumping all the disparate mummies together is pretty useless.