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  • The One of These Things page seems like such a mess to me. There's so many versions of the song, with different uses and series and such, and the table is an artifact in its formatting.

    Is there a better way to do this page?

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    • I'd definitely suggest dividing the "One of" and "Three of" into two tables/galleries/whatever (right now, some aren't even specified in that slot). Possibly subdivide "Three of" entirely with a different heading (especially since it's not the same song; that one could even have its own songbox if it doesn't seem too messy). And the "Versions" section just confuses me (separating the animated instrumental ones from the others, okay, but it's so weirdly denoted).

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    • I like to think that my addition of the "animated" subsection has saved us hours of searching through guides for an image that's on only a few pages.

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    • It's not that, it's how it's handled. "Versions (animated)" isn't the most useful heading, and the table formatting doesn't mesh well with the other one. The inclusion is good, it's just not very well formatted (and right now, buried by the larger table). It might be better worked in with the main "One of These" sections (probably two galleries) if "Three of" is split off, or just relabeled ("Animated segments" or something).

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    • Separation is the key thing, I think. I think galleries is the way to go, then separate them by episodic use and inserts (we can sub-divide those too, like the four-grid kid ones and the animated shoe ones, which I should apply the numbers and titles too for our guide building research).

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    • Oscarfan wrote: Separation is the key thing, I think. I think galleries is the way to go, then separate them by episodic use and inserts (we can sub-divide those too, like the four-grid kid ones and the animated shoe ones, which I should apply the numbers and titles too for our guide building research).

      Can we do the same with Dot Bridge? I'm frequently confused by those.

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    • Yeah, that needs to be taken care of too. We need to refer to the scripts and the CTW Archive doc listing for them. We can always plug it here - Sandbox:Sesame segment confusions - for now.

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