These are all clothing i have in my catalog that are not listed, some im listing where i got them

Tops
basketball tank
cardigan shirt combo - mabel
explorer tee
frog tee
guayabera shirt
hand-knit tank
Hi Tee - catalog
MVP tee
ni hao tee
open collar shirt - mabel
peasant blouse
Tennis sweater

Bottoms
chino pants
cropped pants
cut-pleather skirt
denim cutoffs
faux-shearling skirt
patchwork skirt - mabel
sweatpants
upcycled skirt

Dresses
firefighter uniform - balloon
overall dress
sweetheart dress

Headwear
cycling cap
dandy hat
royal crown
sailors hat
ski mask - mabel
straw umbrella hat - diy
veiled gardening hat - mabel

Accessories
triangle shades

Socks
denim leggings
everyday socks - mabel
flowery-dot tights
stockings
striped tights

Shoes
boots - mabel
pleather sneakers
pom-pom boots
rubber-toe high tops
work boots

Umbrellas
beach umbrella
blue shiny-bows parasol
eggy parasol
lemon umbrella
logo umbrella
melon umbrella
paper parasol
patterned vinyl umbrella
pink shiny-bows umbrella

Ready for this? I was born ready! 10:09, March 28, 2020 (UTC)

Item colourway images

Hi all,

I was wondering if we could establish a standard way for dealing with colourway images for clothing items? I've seen it done several different ways and am not sure which might be best/proper; I'll list those I have seen used thus far below, with my personal notes in parentheses:

A) Very small thumbnails (15x15) next to their respective colour variations, as seen mainly in the Shoes section right now (I'm partial to this one personally; it does seem like it would add a fair bit of extra work but seems tidy and user-friendly)

B) Individual item pages as done for the furniture items (Seems a bit bulky/time wasting?)

C) Only showing one colour, in the main image for the item (Current default)

D) Rotating gifs as currently existing being used on the "Vivid leggings" listing on the socks  page. (Could look really messy if applied to a whole page/section, harder to examine one colour)

E) Very small thumbnails (15x15) replacing the listed colour variations entirely as currently being used on the Accessories page (Very hard to discern colours at first glance for detailed items)

Thoughts?

-SageblossomFrill

SageblossomFrill (talk) 22:04, April 8, 2020 (UTC)

I agree that the layout used for the Shoes page is good. I like that it conveys colors both as words and images, but it isn't as complicated to put together as rotating images. Finding images of the exact same size and quality to line up for a gif or slideshow is incredibly difficult in most instances. I'm entirely against individual pages for every single color of every single item; it would clutter search results and lead to a lot of duplicates with only a couple changes. --Souleaterevans626 (talk) 22:29, April 8, 2020 (UTC)
There does exist a datamine with all of the textures of all of the items, which are all transparent, same quality, and same size. Problem is they're not named to what they should be named. BUT this is being worked on! - Dragonfree97 [talk] 22:37, April 8, 2020 (UTC)
https://pastebin.com/cXQ33UTH has both filenames and in-game names for reference, although doesn't seem to list variations.
LordMoorden (talk) 03:32, April 11, 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for this list. Also, it does in fact list variations! The description field's text is *name*・*variation*, it's just in Japanese. Benna96 (talk) 09:28, April 11, 2020 (UTC)
Ah yes thank you for this! This is super useful!✨--Becka (MangoBM) (talk) 11:19, April 11, 2020 (UTC)


Recently finished attaching the relevant images (inc. color variations) and neating up the table with the sizing so the words all fit on one line etc, made the images bigger too, so they should be a lot more visible on the Accessories page. You can go check it out and tell me what you all think? I reckon we can try follow suit with the rest of the clothing pages and if anyone of you knows where to get a little Able Sisters and a Nook mile icon that we can use that will be great! I do want to try incorporate more of these mini icons like the bells, diy recipe that i have been recently attaching throughout the last couple of days (also thanks to the user(s) who has been following suit and attaching the rest of them for the other pages, i see you! ✨) I think the less words we can use, the more space we save on the table. Let me know if you have any questions! 💖-Becka (MangoBM) (talk) 03:05, April 11, 2020 (UTC)

The bigger image sizes look really good. I noticed you also changed variations to only include variations other than the one used for main image. Personally I'd prefer having all the variations listed. Benna96 (talk) 09:28, April 11, 2020 (UTC)
I LOVE the bigger image sizes. I suggest we also include the item that's used as the large image under variations, because that would allow us to give the name right alongside the other variations, if that makes sense-- some of those main images aren't actually the "first" variation in catalog order (ie. the white dog nose is actually listed before the beige). This is a tiny detail but, eh. Can I also add, where are y'all getting the nicely-cropped clean images? Are they from the pastebin, are we allowed to use those images on the Wiki? TCMemoire (talk) 00:44, April 12, 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for your feedback guys! They aren't from PasteBin, you can get your images here; https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/100IXnSRMpCdw6f_0w9l8DWWRPv3KGqWp?zx=45k1591olnig
However I would suggest that you refrain from uploading anymore images unless you are going to rename the images correctly which is currently in working progress as per @DragonFree97 message above. Of course, I am all for small details so in terms of the order of color variations, feel free to re-order whatever is appropriate if you can ✨ Although I think that adding the main image to the variation list adds unnecessary length, if you think that including the main image as a part of the variations list, do go forth and do that too. 🌸--Becka (MangoBM) (talk) 11:34, April 12, 2020 (UTC)
Using the pastebin link from before, I managed to automate renaming which is super nice. Here's Powershell scripts I made for renaming the files: Tops Bottoms Dresses Hats Accessories Socks Shoes Bags Umbrellas There's likely some files they won't work for properly, and I've only actually used the one for tops so far. To use, open powershell, cd to the folder you have the images in, then run the script. It takes long but will run in the background. These were my first Powershell scripts, feel free to optimize them if you know how, I don't really know what I'm doing. Also, I recommend separating dresses from tops, there's like 1000 of both of them and the scripts will take double the time to run, as they get the slower the more files there are, I think. I hope these will help!
I've also been adding images to tops. I added all the color variations for these, including the one used for the main image, and added color names translated from Japanese. A lot of the variations are also in the order their files are in, not catalog order, so feel free to reorder them. Benna96 (talk) 16:11, April 12, 2020 (UTC)
Update on this, I've made a google drive folder with items already renamed here. You can just download a folder and upload from there, without the need to rename anything.Benna96 (talk) 20:37, April 14, 2020 (UTC)
Benna you are a saint, thank you! SageblossomFrill (talk) 13:48, April 15, 2020 (UTC)
It is possible you may not find some things that you are looking for, although the chances are low. Just to reassure you lot, that both User:Benna96 and I are currently undertaking this task and is well on its way to completion. ✨--Becka (MangoBM) (talk) 15:24, April 16, 2020 (UTC)

Splitting by alphabet

So, since the pages are kinda long, Becka split the Hats page by alphabet. This was done with sections, and looked busy in my opinion. I messaged her about this, and also tried what it'd be like if it was changed into a tabbed table, which is what a part of the Furniture page is using. We both agreed to just leave it as nothing for now though.

An ideal solution would be a search box to filter the table, or something along those lines, but we're not sure whether that's a thing with Fandom.

What do you think? Should we keep the pages as they are, just listed in alphabetical order, maybe put a text saying "Use Ctrl+F to find an item"? Or should we use the sectioned or tabbed approach? Or something else perhaps?

Benna96 (talk) 13:26, April 16, 2020 (UTC)

An update on this matter, I have shortened the alphabet categories, and it should look a lot more better now rather than a long table list of contents following the advice given from an admin. Any questions or suggestions about the Clothing section, feel free to message either User:Benna96 or I, whilst we are currently in close communications in improving this section of the wiki both online and behind the scenes offline. Thank you! --Becka (MangoBM) (talk) 15:22, April 16, 2020 (UTC)

Gray or Grey?

I've corrected many color variation names to be "Gray" rather than "Grey", as that is the way it is spelled in my game and all the item dumps I've seen to date.

I don't mind using either one, I just want to be consistant within the wiki.

I'm very curious, is it spelled "Grey" for anyone in other localizations?

GreenMuon (talk) 07:13, April 21, 2020 (UTC)

Wet suits

Should wet suits have their own article? Yellowlightning1996 13:40, July 8, 2020 (UTC)

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