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Clarify it yourself[edit]

Please stop adding clarify spans to the Haxe article. If you think it needs clarification, find citations for the same and add it yourself. Also stop describing each language you link to in the See Also section. That is entirely unnecessary since I have provided headers under which they are listed. -- Tom Jenkins (reply)

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Reason for redirect?[edit]

In this edit, you redirected to Motion Interpolation (computer graphics) (with an incorrectly capitalized initial "i") rather than to Motion interpolation (computer graphics) (with a correctly lower-case "i"). I moved the page to the correct title. You should remember that under the rules of WP:MOS, one does not capitalize an initial letter in an article title or a section heading merely because it's an initial letter in an article title or a section heading.

In the mean time, the article currently has no other articles linking to it. Michael Hardy (talk) 18:33, 12 January 2021 (UTC)

@Michael Hardy: I didn't create this article, but its title was recently corrected. Wikipedia seems to have two articles about this subject: Motion interpolation and Motion interpolation (computer graphics). Jarble (talk) 18:48, 12 January 2021 (UTC)