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I decided to use book wiki for a manga called claymore, I changed the series for volume 1 to state that it is 1 of 16 then I went to volume 2 and for some reason under series it said 1 of 16 so I changed it to 2 of 16 and then I went back to volume 1 where under series it's now 2 of 16, so I changed it back to 1 of 16 but then volume 2 changed to 1 of 16. This has been going on for at least five minutes now, if I change one, the other changes as well. Will someone please explain to me how I can change one without changing the other
You shouldn't change but add. Maybe that is what is wrong. I went to this - not sure if it is the book but nothing was in the wiki except at the top common name.
Claymore, Volume 1 (Claymore)
sorry - it sould be edit - not add and it is to the right of the field. . it is at theIf you don't have those buttons I would take Ruth's suggestion and contact the Librarian or PBS.
this is from wiki help in very fine print at the top of the wiki box
ntroduced July 14, 2009.
The Book Wiki is a feature on the Book Details page for each book that allows members to add information to the listing for the book. The wiki is editable by any member (the changes you make are applied immediately).
Where to find it: on the Book Details page for most books (the page you are taken to when you click the book title on the site). If the book has a member-generated (short) ISBN or if our data provider does not link the ISBN to other versions of the book, then the Book Wiki will not appear for that listing.
What it is: There are several sections (for characters, locations, series, etc). Hover over any section for a brief description of the section. Note that some sections (like common title) will show only the most recent entry submitted by any member, while other sections (like characters) will show every entry by all members.
Why use it? It's a cool way to cross-reference books in the system! When enough data has been collected to make the Book Wiki searchable, all books set in Scotland (for example) can be found with one click. It's a great way to find other books in a series, or all books with a particular character, or all books that share the same "important event" (a tidal wave, a blizzard, Christmas). Bottom line, wiki info makes a great way for members to find books they are looking for!
How to use it:
Note: During times of heavy site usage, there may be a delay of a few seconds before an added or edited entry appears in the displayed list.
Special notes about each section:
Tips to use this feature well:
If the copies of books are linked, there is only one Book Wiki.
For example, if the paperback version of a book is linked to the hardcovers and audio ... they all share the same Wiki. I think this is really cool! ... and I wish they could all share the same Book Data, too. I can't say how many times I have edited the Book Data for 3 or 4 versions of the same book ....
Maybe these two books are linked together erroneously.