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    The Word Non Association Thread

    turbulence
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    The Word Non Association Thread

    Interregnum
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    Biter's page says he was "part of the foraging company who captures Ser Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth near Maidenpool." But it also says he doesn't appear in ASOS, and indeed I can't find a reference for him being there. Is there one?
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    How to Hide Spoilers on the forum?

    The eye icon in the posting interface also creates a spoiler tag, like so:
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    Official Testing Thread

    Test
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    Official Testing Thread

    Jon 0.2367Tyrion 0.07830.1820Jaime 0.37430.34730.0563Arya 0.11160.04720.08430.1589Davos -0.0383-0.11980.0914-0.21070.2455Stannis 0.18360.0004-0.01630.07580.16580.0560Eddard -0.03300.0039-0.14770.0287-0.2313-0.3563-0.0018Dany -0.01340.03440.17730.12130.08900.04400.0468-0.1215Sandor 0.0118-0.07290.10930.07180.0045-0.05900.02170.14710.0423Sansaa2
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    Rolland Storm appears in ASOS, in Davos VI:
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    Board Issues 4

    Is it possible it's counting guests? Do you see me? I just went to your profile and it showed two users including me.
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    Official Testing Thread

    Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. Test. [quote user=Test]Test.
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    Board Issues 4

    This is pretty minor, but is it possible to get more specific timestamps for posts between 1 and 24 hours ago or before the current week? Also, I'd like an option to use absolute timestamps (e.g. "November 23, 2015 at 6:30 p.m." rather than "30 minutes ago") for all posts.
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    Official Testing Thread

    Test[br]1[/br]TestL 7: L 7: test
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    It goes in the opposite direction. I think the numbers should look like: Arya IX: 16, 21, 15 Dany IV: 10, 13, 9 So it's going from a 7-page difference to a 5-page one. I realized that this analysis of chapter lengths could allow me to find errors more easily than checking manually, so I copied the table for AGOT into Excel and used it to calculate the ratio between the wiki-derived and expected (based on the US paperback, which I have confirmed) chapter lengths. Here are all the chapters in AGOT that were more than 10% shorter or longer than expected: So I would suggest checking the page numbers for chapters 27, 31, 35, 36, 37 in the US hardcover and 60 and 64 in the EPUB edition.
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    I'm not certain I follow? Arya IX is the chapter before Dany IV so moving the start of Dany IV two pages makes Arya IX two pages shorter/longer.
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    All the other page numbers are the same, so I think it is a typo. Edit: To strengthen my case: Consider the lengths of Arya IX and Daenerys IV in three different editions -- US hardcover (1999), US paperback (2000), UK hardcover (1998) -- based on the page numbers on the wiki page. Arya IX: 16, 23, 15 Dany IV: 10, 11, 9 Comparing the page numbers of the last chapter (719, 956, 699) we see that the US paperback has about 33% more pages than the US hardcover and 37% more than the UK hardcover. If we attempt to predict the length of the two chapters in the paperback by their length in the US hardcover, we get about 21.3 and 13.3; using the UK hardcover numbers, we get 20.5 and 12.3. This lines up much better with my proposed correction, under which Arya IX would be 21 pages and Dany IV 13 pages. And since the hardcover editions referenced are from before 2000, that means that there would have to be something particularly odd about the 2000 edition, rather than something changing after 2000. (I typed that up and then thought "wait, maybe this is overkill", but then I already had it typed so I figured might as well post...)
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