Template talk:nl-adj

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Changing how the template works[edit]

Discussion moved to Beer parlour.

Declension table template[edit]

We've had a declension template, {{nl-adj-table}}, for a while now, but it wasn't any good and wasn't used much either. I have created a new template based on {{sv-adj}} but with the colour style of {{nl-conj}}. It is currently located at Template:nl-decl-adj. It supports various forms, and you can see some examples on my user page. There would need to be two variant templates, nl-decl-adj-nocomp for incomparable adjectives, and nl-decl-adj-noinf for adjectives in -en, which get no -e in the absolute and comparative degree. However, the new template greatly reduces the need for all the forms on this template, and nicely separates the headword from headword information. Any thoughts or feedback would be welcome. --CodeCat 10:33, 30 January 2010 (UTC)

I have now cleaned up the code a bit, and removed displaying of the inflected forms from the template. I am currently working on cleaning up all articles that use * in their parameters, and adding declension templates. This template now displays how it will in the final situation, but it does not yet work that way as the first parameter is still for entering the inflected form (although it now does nothing except affect what the comparative looks like). I am making the changes in stages to avoid breaking too many pages at a time. --CodeCat 10:27, 6 February 2010 (UTC)
The changes are now finished, and the documentation has been updated/expanded. If there is any trouble or if you have any questions, feel free to send me a message. Hope it all works! --CodeCat 19:58, 7 February 2010 (UTC)

Inflected form[edit]

Why is the inflected form not mentioned? H. (talk) 14:41, 15 May 2011 (UTC)

Because we have two inflection templates: {{nl-decl-adj}} and {{nl-decl-adj-nc}}. —CodeCat 14:51, 15 May 2011 (UTC)