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Some pages of this wiki are pretending to be part of a traditional read-only web site.  These pages are only editable by the sysops.  All the discussion pages are editable, however.  So if you have something to say about one of the read-only pages, please post your comments on the discussion page.
 
Some pages of this wiki are pretending to be part of a traditional read-only web site.  These pages are only editable by the sysops.  All the discussion pages are editable, however.  So if you have something to say about one of the read-only pages, please post your comments on the discussion page.
  
There are pages (especially in the [[My]] section that are fully wiki-editable.  I would prefer that you either register and log on to edit, or put your name in the summary line.
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There are pages (especially in the "[[My Mormon / LDS Talks and Lessons]]" section that are fully wiki-editable.  I would prefer that you either register and log on to edit, or put your name in the summary line.
  
 
Thanks!
 
Thanks!
  
 
--[[user:acadac|ACADAC]]
 
--[[user:acadac|ACADAC]]

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Some pages of this wiki are pretending to be part of a traditional read-only web site. These pages are only editable by the sysops. All the discussion pages are editable, however. So if you have something to say about one of the read-only pages, please post your comments on the discussion page.

There are pages (especially in the "My Mormon / LDS Talks and Lessons" section that are fully wiki-editable. I would prefer that you either register and log on to edit, or put your name in the summary line.

Thanks!

--ACADAC