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:''It is much more powerful and more cross-platform than [[Inform]], [[TADS]], [[Hugo]], and it is also more simpler to implement and other stuff.''
 
:''It is much more powerful and more cross-platform than [[Inform]], [[TADS]], [[Hugo]], and it is also more simpler to implement and other stuff.''
 
I feel that this sentence isn't neutral enough for IFWiki. It's quite a lot of praise to write that an IF tool (especially if you created it yourself!) is much more powerful than all the major IF authoring systems. Does anyone else agree? --[[User:Eriorg|Eriorg]] 10:11, 1 October 2008 (PDT)
 
I feel that this sentence isn't neutral enough for IFWiki. It's quite a lot of praise to write that an IF tool (especially if you created it yourself!) is much more powerful than all the major IF authoring systems. Does anyone else agree? --[[User:Eriorg|Eriorg]] 10:11, 1 October 2008 (PDT)
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::I also agree that it isn't neutral enough, but unfortunately I don't know how to make it neutral enough, that is why I wrote it in the way that I did write it. Feel free to correct that sentence so that it makes more sense, if you know how to do that. --[[User:Zzo38|Zzo38]] 12:33, 1 October 2008 (PDT)

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Not neutral enough?

It is much more powerful and more cross-platform than Inform, TADS, Hugo, and it is also more simpler to implement and other stuff.

I feel that this sentence isn't neutral enough for IFWiki. It's quite a lot of praise to write that an IF tool (especially if you created it yourself!) is much more powerful than all the major IF authoring systems. Does anyone else agree? --Eriorg 10:11, 1 October 2008 (PDT)

I also agree that it isn't neutral enough, but unfortunately I don't know how to make it neutral enough, that is why I wrote it in the way that I did write it. Feel free to correct that sentence so that it makes more sense, if you know how to do that. --Zzo38 12:33, 1 October 2008 (PDT)