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Hi, I would like to add/change information regarding some DVB-T usb sticks, but I don't have the edit button on this page. The "view source" page shows me this error message: "You do not have permission to edit pages in the Template namespace." --Basic.Master 11:51, 24 March 2012 (CET)

Can't add infos about 1b80:d3a4 Afatech - here they are

I wanted to add infos about the DVB-T stick "1b80:d3a4" but couldn't as I don't have write access in the template namespace. Klaush 17:21, 1 March 2013 (CET)

Anyway, here are the infos I wanted to add, maybe someone with write access to the Template namespace can add this (hope I got the template filled out correctly):


auvisio DV-Stick 252.pro 1b80:d3a4 (shown as Afatech)

The data for the device auvisio DV-Stick 252.pro is right here. You just can't see it because it is meant to be used in a template 'transclusion'. If you are logged in you can click on the [edit] link to the right to change the data for this device. If you are not logged in, you can click on the view source tab at the top of this page to at least see how data is stored here.

It's probably best if you open the edit link in a separate tab. That way you can use this tab to read the explanation of the syntax above or jump back to the place where you came from and see how your changes look there. (Don't forget that your browser cache or the wiki's rendering cache might need some time or persuasion to catch up with the new content.)


AverMedia AVerTV Red HD+ (A850T) 07ca:850b

The data for the device AverMedia AVerTV Red HD+ (A850T) 07ca:850b is right here. You just can't see it because it is meant to be used in a template 'transclusion'. If you are logged in you can click on the [edit] link to the right to change the data for this device. If you are not logged in, you can click on the view source tab at the top of this page to at least see how data is stored here.

It's probably best if you open the edit link in a separate tab. That way you can use this tab to read the explanation of the syntax above or jump back to the place where you came from and see how your changes look there. (Don't forget that your browser cache or the wiki's rendering cache might need some time or persuasion to catch up with the new content.)