Template:R from Trainz

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Usage

This page auto-categorized Trainz Wikibooks redirect terms into the auto-Category:redirects from Trainz pages.

  • It's proper placement is on the same line as the #redirect [[Trainz/whatever page name]] as in the below example:
#redirect [[Trainz/whatever page name]]{{R from Trainz}}
  • check the sorted order, if desired, add an alternative pipetrick to sort by instead:
# redirect [[Trainz/target page name]] {{R from Trainz|pipetrick string}]

See Also[edit]

  • Template:R to TRS-ver - Pages redirecting short colloquial usages for Trainz versions to formally named release page about the product.
  • Template:R to TRS-sect - for when the redirect is a searchable title, but topic coverage is in the section of a page.
forms somewhat or wholly depreciated
  • Template:R from Trainz alternative name - for pages which have been given 'better' (more searchable) names or aliased for easing searching. This is used for page aliased names where both are in the Trainz/subpage_name form, or the page is a general knowledge page that does not neatly fall into a book division such as AM&C, references, etcetera, versus target pages where the text is a subpage of those divisions.

 

  • Template:R from Trainz - auto-categorized Trainz Wikibooks redirect terms into the auto-Category: redirects from Trainz pages. This was the original redirect template, whose use is now depreciated in favor of the most correct from the above list.

 

  • Template:R from Trainz2 - This template is used on redirect pages to eventually be deleted, that were ear-marked as split offs into a separate volume, now figured to be a false start... and gained nothing important but more complexity. Maintenance and redirects Auto-category is Trainz false starts.
 

 


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This page is a redirect from a Wikibooks Trainz page which either has been moved, or renamed, or a colloquial term or abbreviation with coverage on the targeted page receiving redirected links.