You're quite welcome, and apology accepted, whoever you are! Testing is the name of our game, and we've found in the past the truth in the saying/writing trope "the jerk can still have a point". So the individual who tested it with his own, original retail game discs tested his legal "play without the CDs" fix again, and found it didn't work in exactly the way you said it wouldn't. He corrected the title and did his best to note the game could be played without the CDs if a user somehow had a copy which lacked the volume check within our piracy guidelines, but it was determined by PCGamingWiki staff that since no fixes for issues relied on a no-CD crack - not just reasonably, but at all - the rest of the instructions were purged.
As to your suggestion, while our own order of operations dictates we can't put the whole SafeDisc bypass at the top of the article, we do have a way to catch users' eye: an introduction section (see these examples for how a full introduction section works). I've taken the liberty of adding a basic one to the article and putting a link to the bypass front and center. I've also taken the liberty of putting the bypass as the first item in the "Essential improvements" section so those jumping straight to that section will see it first.
Thank you again for reaching out to us! We wouldn't have noticed the "play without CD" fix was legally and literally-impossible without your pointing it out and pointing out why.
Also, if I may be so bold, if you are indeed an original developer on this game, I invite you to join us for our upcoming general meeting as well as privately reach out to our site's chief administrator and founder, Andytizer, with your suggestions and, if you feel comfortable, identification that you are who you say you are (anonymity on the Internet is a double-edged sword, for better and worse). We rarely get the perspective of developers on our site, despite our best efforts to balance representing the rights of both users and developers, and yours would truly be a gift.