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Izno

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Izno does work here. His home of home wikis is en.wikipedia.

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$('#editwatchlist-ns0 .mw-htmlform-flatlist-item').each(function (x, y) { if ($('a:first', y).is('.new')) { y.firstChild.checked = true; } })

The above, if executed from the browser console line (ctrl + shift + k in Firefox), checks every page on Special:EditWatchlist which is redlinked and in the main namespace. Requires jquery.

Title
ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
constellationP59Itemconstellation: the area of the celestial sphere of which the subject is a part (from a scientific standpoint, not an astrological one)Andromeda Galaxy <constellation> Andromeda-
site of astronomical discoveryP65Itemthe place where an astronomical object was discovered (observatory, satellite)930 Westphalia <site of astronomical discovery> Hamburg-Bergedorf Observatory-
minor planet groupP196Itemminor-planet group: is in grouping of minor planets according to similar orbital characteristics1221 Amor <minor planet group> Amor asteroids-
spectral classP215Stringstellar classification: spectral class of a starSirius <spectral class> A1Vm-
galaxy morphological typeP223Stringgalaxy morphological classification: galaxy morphological classification codeAndromeda Galaxy <galaxy morphological type> SA(s)b-
astronomic symbol imageP367Commons media fileastronomical symbol: image of the symbol that identify a planet or an asteroid of the solar systemJupiter <astronomic symbol image> Jupiter symbol.svg-
located on astronomical bodyP376Itemastronomical body on which features or places are situatedArchimedes <located on astronomical body> Moon-
parent astronomical bodyP397Itemprimary body: major astronomical body the item belongs toCharon <parent astronomical body> Plutochild astronomical body
child astronomical bodyP398Itemsecondary body: minor body that belongs to the itemPluto <child astronomical body> Charonparent astronomical body
companion ofP399Itemtwo or more astronomic bodies of the same type relating to each otherNGC 869 <companion of> NGC 884-
provisional designationP490StringMinor planet designation: designation of an astronomical body after its discovery and before its official name103 Hera <provisional designation> 1927 CV-
orbit diagramP491Commons media fileorbit: image with the diagram of the orbit of an astronomic body1105 Fragaria <orbit diagram> 1105orbit.gif-
catalog codeP528Stringcatalog name of an object, use with qualifier P972Andromeda Galaxy <catalog code> M31-
asteroid taxonomyP1016Itemasteroid spectral type: type of asteroid classification110 Lydia <asteroid taxonomy> SMASS classification-
discovery methodP1046Itemmethod of detecting extrasolar planets: way an exoplanet was discoveredKepler-41b <discovery method> transit method-
transmitted signal typeP1170Itemtype of signal transmitted by a deviceGaia <transmitted signal type> S band-
received signal typeP1194Itemtype of signal received by a deviceGaia <received signal type> X band-
orbits completedP1418Quantitynumber of orbits a spacecraft has done around a bodyGemini 10 <orbits completed> 43-