JungleGeorge 01:17, 10 March 2011 (UTC)
To give an example: <aodb ql="190">136633</aodb> gets expanded into https://aoitems.com/item/136633&ql=190, which is a broken link.
It should be expanded instead into https://aoitems.com/item/136633/190
Example of an article suffering from this problem: Virral Triumvirate Egg.
Trajector (talk) 12:12, 01 Aug 2015 (UTC)
Could you please recheck Implant Disassembly Clinic article again, as it still has a broken link there for "Implant Disassembly Clinic" itself. Another example is Omni-Tek Steel-Ribbed Armor, which has a broken link for Omnifier. Trajector (talk) 11:05, 11 Aug 2015 (UTC)
the links and the tag are not broken. all i am seeing is that those items are looking for icon images that dont exist. when you click on them your taken to a page asking to upload the image its trying to reference. unfortunately, i dont have an automated way of extracting these images from the itemdb to upload to the wiki so effectively its a missing file error. --Shadowgod (talk) 04:13, 14 August 2015 (UTC)
Error creating thumbnail
The below error code appears on the page instead of an item icon, when using "aodb opts" tag, but only for some icons.
Removing "opts" fixes the error, although this means the icon size will be larger than required by the general style of the page.
Example of article with the problem: Sector 13.
Example of error: De'Valos Water Protection Ring
thanks, i think imagemagick may be broken, will try and get this fixed today or tomorrow. personal life has been very hectic past few weeks and only just got around to getting back on my computer. --Shadowgod (talk) 23:08, 26 March 2016 (UTC)
Add user to bot group
The links you're generating are http, but aoitems.com only accepts https now. Can you maybe convert the http-links you generate into https-links? Nadyita 07 Dec 2018 16:34 (UTC)