Right. Yes, I recommend removing contractions where possible for clarity and a more professional style. I’ve added that to the documentation guidelines.
1) Bridges IPv6 note -> Fixed
2) https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Dev/Documentation_Guidelines -> Finished
3) Foxy Proxy (other browsers fingerprinting risk) -> Fixed.
Edited the text here: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Tunnels/Introduction#Connecting_to_Tor_before_a_tunnel-link_.28proxy.2FVPN.2FSSH.29 and here: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Template:FoxyProxy to read as follows:
When using a browser, connecting to Tor before a tunnel link worsens the web fingerprint. The anonymity effects of using the configuration: User -> (Proxy / VPN / SSH ->) Tor -> Proxy / VPN / SSH -> Tor Browser -> Website are unknown. How many people are likely to use a proxy, VPN or SSH IP in this manner? This setup is so specialized that probably very few are doing it, reducing the user pool to a small subset. Due to potential fingerprinting harm, it is recommended against. If proceeding despite the risk, the tunnel configuration should not be combined with any browser other than Tor Browser (e.g. Firefox, Chrome), due to an even greater browser fingerprinting risk.
So that it can be turned into a template as you suggested, and inserted into both entries accordingly.
BTW Blockquote now looks nice since fortasse fixed the text size!