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To find the name of a message, append uselang=qqx to the URL query string. E.g. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:UserLogin?uselang=qqx To change a message, just edit the MediaWiki:<messagename> page.
A quick search of Wikipedia's interface pages showed that that text is found at MediaWiki:Userlogin-remembermypassword, as in http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Userlogin-remembermypassword.
You can probably use $wgDefaultUserOptions['rememberpassword'] = 1. See $wgDefaultUserOptions (and also $wgHiddenPrefs).
It stops the parser from eating whitespace at the beginning of the template parameter. The * needs to be at the beginning of the line (ie. preceded by a newline) to be turned into a list.
Not by default. You can find the list of permissions here, and the permissions each user group on a wiki has at Special:ListGroupRights. There is editmyusercss/editmyuserjs which allows users to edit user subpages ending in .css/.js, but probably even that requires the normal edit right. It would be pretty simple to write an extension granting that right, ...
The thumbnail is not produced by the BlueSpice extension but by thumb.php. Your example has f=/bluespice/Avatars/thumb/BS_avatar_3.png/40px-BS_avatar_3.png, just replace 40px- with 32px-.
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