Please stop putting these into pages. Telling readers that the name is used as its written on the page is not useful content.
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It can be useful for editors. Some names are trivial and others are not...
How? Its literally written on the top of the page. If the name wasn't "cotton plant", the page wouldn't be called "cotton plant".
It's written as "Cotton plant" and first words are "Cotton plant".
You comments and your edits doesn't make sense.
Some pages like Dining chair had less problems and don't need these these remarks...
> It's written as "Cotton plant" and first words are "Cotton plant".
Cotton plant Cotton plant
They're literally identical. What is your point? How does it help to say that?
The wiki uses sentence case for all in-game topics except for proper nouns, like Randy Random, and stats, like Market Value. You should also be using both the preview button before submitting edits, and can use the link wizard to automatically find the correct capitalization from the first, non-capitalization-sensitive, word.
And your own previous use of it contradicts your reasoning - it wasn't used as the first word on cotton plant and you still added the note.
I generally don't like to put my foot down as moderator, especially not to discourage new editors that appear to making good faith edits, but this is part of a trend of unnecessary edits. Please stop adding the note.
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