Hi, welcome to Chip's Challenge Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Burned Chip page.
I don't know where you got the idea that a bold time is only a bold when it's been confirmed: 717 is the bold on Cake Walk, not 712, even though it's only been attained by one person. A good example of this is http://www.jamesa7171.net/level/105.htm Caves from CCLP3, where only David's 205 has bold text (the origin of the term, from being at the top in bold) while none of the many 204s are bold (including my own, which isn't updated).
Please check and make sure your information is correct before going on any other sweeping wiki changes- I had to go through and undo most of them as the information was incorrect.
As for infoboxes- I've been going through those when I find time and have optimized the level myself to have an idea of the bold difficulty and complexity. CCLP1 is next on the list as I've finished that set as well, then CCLP2 since I only have about 20 levels left. Ihavenoname248 (talk) 01:44, December 7, 2015 (UTC)
- As a quick add-on to what IHNN posted, I noticed that you wrote this in one of your edit summaries: "Not sure how much I trust http://www.jamesa7171.net/cc1.htm without a 717 video..."
- The player who reported 717 - David Stolp - is trustworthy to the nth degree. I would not have included such a seemingly-outlandish score on my site otherwise. I have complete faith that one day non-random improvements to Cake Walk will be found. Evan Dummit - a good player of years past - did speculate a long time ago about more than 712 being possible for anybody who put a bunch of effort into the level. Jamesa7171 (talk) 02:08, December 7, 2015 (UTC)