I know this was a long time ago, but when you first came on you made a question in a blog, and I had a little bit of a problem with it, but I really shouldn't have mentioned anything about it, now that I think about it (as I've seen far worse on other sites). I also wanted to apologise about a comment I made somewhere on this site where you asked a question on a talk page, and I made a joke about you making a blog about it, and I replied back to you that it was a half-hearted joke. I should've never have said it like that because it comes off as rude, which I didn't mean for it to sound like that. What I meant to say it was some light-hearted teasing. You made no comment about it back then, but I think about it every now and again, and just wanted to to clear that up.
About that photo you showed me, could you come at this link of the Heroes Wiki and press Add a photo button to send that photo? I'll take care the rest. Because I need someone from Greece to help support the Heroes Wiki.
When you have the spare time, could you send the Scooby-Doo.png photo in the Heroes Wiki? The one that Scooby is about to eat his sandwich? My computer has the virus and my iPad doesn't download photos. Sorry. :(
Because I need someone from Greece to help support the Heroes Wiki. You could sent that photo by pasting it in my message wall in Heroes Wiki and I'll take care the rest. And, yes, that photo you showed me. Sorry for wasting your time.
Actually the infobox doesn't cover that yet because Greek original dates aren't known (unless you know them) and I don't think nobody realises the infobox can cover any date for any country (I take responsibility for that). But you can put DVD stuff in the home media section. (You may be answering me while I'm doing this message.)
I believe the home media section covers the general release of an episode/movie. So I can go and write when it was released in Greece? I don't know many of the Greek DVD release dates, and neither of the episodes/movies.
On second thought, just do what you were doing. It's probably just easier that way, and I don't care if it's covered three different ways. I just needed time to think about it first, which would've helped more if you did the edit, undid it, then gave a link of the revisions. Next time do that please, so I have time to think it over.
There are some episodes who have two different Greek dubs. If I know both Greek titles, I put them down. The reason I haven't given to all the articles two Greek titles is either because there's only one dub, or because I don't know the other title.
For example, the first Scrappy show (1979) aired on Boomerang Greece some years ago, yet I only know the Greek titles of just 3 episodes cause they are available with that dub on recently released DVDs.
But what I'm asking is, why certain episodes can have more than one title/translation. It may confuse some people (or anyone who doesn't live in Greece) as to why this is, when you don't give any distinction between the two.
I'm sorry if I'm repeating myself, but I'd just be nice if you'd say where the different titles are coming from. Maybe one channel will give one title and years later it will be given another title from another channel, or whatever. If this is the case, then that would be a good source of info. Otherwise, it's just confusing, for those who don't watch Scooby and live in Greece, or know anything about the airing history of Scooby in Greece. Sorry to get on your case, but acknowledging why it's different is useful (especially when it's not a mistake, but intentional).
I did a lot of editing last night, most of it was automatical cause I was tired, I must have done a mistake. Did I do it everywhere? (cause I also edited the 16 Scrappy episode articles for the Home Media section)