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First of all, I do not understand how/why this page's parent became "visible to edit" suddenly.. it is also listed in the special pages, yet I do not believe any special pages are accessible to edit, and in doing so, give the category any descriptive text.
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Ok. As mentioned on the parent page, This category seems to list pages that contain the old method of including images. The strange part is that '''''Network configuration''''' and '''''Flat html''''' are the only two pages that have yet been listed here. The individual pages that are aggregated by '''''Flat html''''', ought to be listed here as well. The apparent disparity seems to be caused by a sort of cache which is not immediately updated.
 
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The second bit of weirdness is how the ''Network Configuration'' page is listed, yet I do not see any broken file link, and in addition to this, if the special page, ''Wanted Files'' has anything listed, the pages that need those files ought to be listed here but are not, and the ''Network Configuration'' page listed here does not seem to correlate with any needed files listed on ''Wanted Files''.
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This oddness has been reported to Larry.
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--[[User:Tigersharke|Tigersharke]] 02:17, 14 March 2012 (PDT)
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Ok. As mentioned on the parent page, This category seems to list pages that contain the old method of including images. The strange part is that Network configuration and Flat html are the only two pages that have yet been listed here. The individual pages that are aggregated by Flat html, ought to be listed here as well. The apparent disparity seems to be caused by a sort of cache which is not immediately updated.