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(Fixed demolevel insertion.)
(Refining demolevel defaulting scheme to enable the undefined case since, as I earlier forgot, templates cannot be passed parameters by ParserFunctions.)
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|type=semi
 
|type=semi
 
|small=yes
 
|small=yes
|{{#ifeq:{{{demolevel|1}}}{{{demolevel|2}}}|12||demolevel={{{demolevel|}}}}}<!--applies demolevel only if it's defined-->
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|demolevel={{{demolevel|undefined}}}
 
|disallowlevel=sysop
 
|disallowlevel=sysop
 
|icon-reason=indefinitely in response to an ongoing high risk of vandalism
 
|icon-reason=indefinitely in response to an ongoing high risk of vandalism

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