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  1. In the folder you cloned the repo into, navigate to the file you want to edit. The articles are organised by the folder names being the article names and the `.md` files being the locales.
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  2. Once you find the correct file, open it using your favourite text editor.
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- 3. You can now make your changes. When making changes, follow the [Article Styling Criteria](/wiki/Article_styling_criteria) as closely as you can.
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+ 3. You can now make your changes. Take a moment to also go through the [self-check](/wiki/osu!_wiki/Contribution_guide#self-check).
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  4. Continue to [Committing and pushing](#committing-and-pushing).
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  ### Moving existing files
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- *Caution: If you are going to create article files using Windows Explorer, make sure the `File name extensions` option is enabled.* See [How to show or hide file name extensions in Windows Explorer](https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/865219/how-to-show-or-hide-file-name-extensions-in-windows-explorer) for instructions.
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+ *Caution: If you are going to create article files using Windows Explorer, make sure the `File name extensions` option is enabled.* See [Common file name extensions in Windows](https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/common-file-name-extensions-in-windows-da4a4430-8e76-89c5-59f7-1cdbbc75cb01) for instructions.
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  1. Use Windows Explorer, your favourite image editor, and/or your favourite text editor, to create new files. If you are creating new articles or translations, rename the file to follow the [Locales in the Article Styling Criteria](/wiki/Article_styling_criteria/Formatting#locales).
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  2. Continue to [Committing and pushing](#committing-and-pushing).
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- 9. Continue to [Finishing](/wiki/osu!_wiki/Contribution_guide#finishing) for the last piece of information regarding your pull request and changes.
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