Template talk:Wrongtitle

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Since when do we need this?

The titles are always in bold right at the beginning, so it's fairly obvious... --Graue 01:19, 16 Jun 2005 (GMT)

But without this it is not necessarily obvious whether it is the Article name or the bold title in the intro text that is the correct title. Anyway, it is the way it is done in Wikipedia, so I thought it was a good idea. --Rune 01:27, 16 Jun 2005 (GMT)
It's not? Why would the bold title in the intro be wrong? --Graue 01:29, 16 Jun 2005 (GMT)
Why would the article name be wrong? I'm just saying that while it is obvious to us, it may not be to everyone. --Rune 20:44, 16 Jun 2005 (GMT)
The article name would be wrong due to technical limitations. The intro would obviously not be wrong for that reason, because it's in the body, which contains all sorts of text anyway. Besides, which of these is wrong due to technical limitations, "[]" or "Brackets"? It's obvious. --Graue 00:07, 17 Jun 2005 (GMT)
I fail to see why it is so obvious that the article name has to be the wrong one. I agree it is obvious if you know technical details about the Wiki implementation, but I don't think we should assume that everyone does. --Rune 12:40, 17 Jun 2005 (GMT)
It is fairly obvious to me that if you have a title with just letters, and a text body giving the title with special characters, then the title is the one that's more restrictive as to which characters can be there. Why would "Brackets" not be able to appear in bold in the body? All those letters individually are. --Graue 20:22, 17 Jun 2005 (GMT)