@Bouh Recently, I was trying to improve the grammatical typos and errors present on the page gdevelop5:objects:base_object [GDevelop wiki] but was unable as the page was read-only. Please, can you help on how to do it by providing permissions?
I have added a part of modification I was working on
An object can be positioned on the scene by selecting the object in the Object tab (click/tap on it) and then click in the scene to put an instance of that object. An instance is basically a copy of the object living on the scene.
[Must be changed with]
For positioning the object on the scene, a user can select the object in the Object tab (click/tap on it) and then clicking in the scene to put an instance of that object. An instance is basically a copy of the object living on the scene.
The problem with the original content- use of passive voice in the documentation.
The sentence doesn’t sound quite correct, and more importantly, that’s not how it works. You need to either drag-n-drop the object or select it, right-click on the scene and select the right option to add an instance of it.
No need to fix the grammar if the content itself is wrong
The content was copied and modified from the Wiki of GDevelop. So it means we need to rewrite the content there too?
Also, @Nilarjun thank you for working out in between, but we need a discussion over the content modification.
@Bouh Can you help me by providing me the access to write and modify the contents on the page, there are a few pages on which I have “read only” permission. It will be easy for me to correct the documentation.
Thank you for your help, unfortunately i do not have the possibility to give rights.
Some pages on wiki are widely used and to avoid any kind of malicious act they are blocked. Only the administrator can give this authorization. You will need to contact him directly to make the request.
“If the request method is GET or HEAD, the body parameter is ignored and the request body is set to null.”
That means, that you need to put the variables in the ‘Path’ field and not in the ‘Request Body Content’ when you are dealing with GET requests. I don’t know how many had already figured out that, but for me it took quite some time.