Added a guide to disassembling your Remote Control to the WiKi HERE, Note, It's not the easyest thing to get apart so I suggest you only attempt it if you are having real problems with the buttons not responding
To combat the spammers who keep trying to make changes to the Wiki content I've had to add some extra security to it; users now need approving before they are able to make changes. I don't want to restrict editing from real users - the ability for anyone to make changes is what makes a Wiki content really useful - but if you'd like edit access please PM me or Ezra and we'll approve your account. I've already approved everyone that I recognise from the forums who signed up before December but if I've missed anyone, let me know, it isn't personal! You can tell if you're approved by whether there is an Edit tab at the top of a page next to the Read tab..
I think that's a good idea. I don't look at the Wiki often enough to have noticed the spam (shame on me!), but I do think we should ensure anybody able to edit it isn't just arsing around (and preferably has some domain knowledge).
I reckon there should be a link from the Wiki package notes back to the relevant forum discussion. That way anybody reading the Wiki for info and finding it not solving their problem can trace back to the source.
I have just deleted the 400th bogus user name registration from the WiKi, In order to keep the User list down, anyone creating a user account must get it approved within 7 Days, If this is not done the new user account will be removed. Note:- This will not prevent the user from reading the WiKi