Thanks Bilka for fixing my style issues. I don't want to re-edit your changes without consultation, but I was thinking maybe this capitalization would be even better:
Exceptions to the items listed in this tab are: the satellite, the recipes that fill/empty a barrel, as well as most of the centrifuge recipes: nuclear fuel, nuclear fuel reprocessing and the Kovarex enrichment process.
I'm not actually starting a sentence after the colon, so I thought they should be lowercase? And Kovarex is probaly actually a proper noun, so maybe uppercase that. But then I looked to find if I'm actually right and it turns out that also two colons in the same sentence are discouraged: . So dunno, maybe a bullet list instead? Uukgoblin (talk) 14:02, 1 May 2018 (UTC)
- You are right with useing lowercase after the colons. While Kovarex is technically a proper noun, we treat all recipe, item, and object names as simple nouns, so I'd do the same for the kovarex enrichment provess, for consistency. I don't want that bullet list on the page because it might lead users to believe that those are items the modules can be used on — it catches the eye and people tend to not read the text describing it :P So, I removed the second colon by removing the centrifuge recipe half-sentence and lowercased the rest. Let me know what you think. -- Bilka (talk) - Admin 14:17, 1 May 2018 (UTC)