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    Posting Images on the Wiki

    Are you yourself the artist of the images?
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    Posting Images on the Wiki

    All images posted on a website like Deviant art (which enables visitors to download the images), can be uploaded by every wiki editor. Do you have cookies enabled on your webbrowser? What happens when you try a different browser?
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    Board Issues 4

    You can give a post a "like". The additional options (you see when hovering over the heart symbol) are "sad", "confused", "haha", and "trophy".
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    I agree.
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    FIRE AND BLOOD Volume 1

    The questioner does not ask only about pre-Doom Targaryens. She asks about "Targaryens prior to the Doom" and "Aenys the Exile and Daenys the Dreamer". By responding with "pre-Conquest Targaryens", GRRM refers to both groups of Targaryens she asks about. I think that, based on GRRM's answer, at most some pre-Conquest Targaryens might be mentioned in passing.
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    @Mindset, I recently used the new coding for the quote template on the known world page, but the dash in front of the quote description and the description itself follow each other immediately. Am I supposed to manually add a space in front of the description? So for example, I have now written {{Quote|Wiser men suggest that somewhere beyond the waters we know, east becomes west, and the Shivering Sea must surely join the Sunset Sea, if indeed the world is round.{{ref|TWOIAF| Beyond the Free Cities: East of Ib}}|Maester Yandel}} Which results in —Maester Yandel below the quote. But am I instead supposed to write {{Quote|Wiser men suggest that somewhere beyond the waters we know, east becomes west, and the Shivering Sea must surely join the Sunset Sea, if indeed the world is round.{{ref|TWOIAF| Beyond the Free Cities: East of Ib}}| Maester Yandel}} ? So the result becomes — Maester Yandel?
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    Darkstar is a Brightflame

    I agree. In fact, it was due to his young age that they could not predict whether he had inherited his father's madness. Daenerys is much older, so that might not be an issue for some (but could be used as a reason by her enemies).
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    Error in the index?

    The Appendices contain several smaller mistakes, listed here.
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    Mistakes/Contradictions in the books?

    It certainly sounds like it, but perhaps that's not how it is meant. The way the second quote is phrased, it sounds like Raymun was succeeded by an unknown Lord Darry, who was in turn succeeded by Lyman ("young Lord Darry"), but we know that Lyman was Raymun's heir, and thus is the person who succeeded Raymun. So perhaps, "Ser Raymun Darry, Lord Darry," is supposed to refer to the same person (the way one might say "Eddard Stark, Lord of Winterfell"). But it sounds a bit weird.
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    Coats of Arms in Certain Templates

    I've changed the label to the parameter in the template. So even though the fill-out form of the template states "coat-of-arms" as an option, the label it will be listed under on the pages will now be "Personal arms". I hope this is what you meant!
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    Coats of Arms in Certain Templates

    Do you mean changing the parameter "coat-of-arms" in the Template:Infobox monarch into "Personal arms", as done in my personal sandbox for Aegon II?
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    Perhaps they were referring to the TV show? In the books, however, it is said that Stannis had always been uncomfortable around women, even his own wife. When he had gone to King's Landing to sit on Robert's council, he had left Selyse on Dragonstone with their daughter. His letters had been few, his visits fewer; he did his duty in the marriage bed once or twice a year, but took no joy in it, and the sons he had once hoped for had never come.
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    O, that might be an excellent idea! It would be useful for Maegor, for example, or Rohanne Webber. Regarding running short of letters to use as codes, there should be plenty of letters left to add those options, right? Can't we use both lower case and capital letters? I'll have to try it then! Thanks for the explanation!
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    Small Questions v. 10105

    The error of 282 AC actually being 283 AC is already in the errata! All the errors listed in the earlier linked thread are in the errata as well, as a couple of others If you come across any others, please add them!
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    The ASOIAF wiki thread

    They look very good! Much better than the options/solutions we had thusfar! This will allow us to display up to four marriages within one family tree template at the same time, right? I am not very familiar with CSS codes necessary to increase the possibilities in template, but perhaps you know this. Do you think it is possible to add a note box within a family tree template (like, for example, this family tree on wikipedia (ignoring that they use it to display references, ))? We don't use notes in family trees often, but the few times that we do, the Notes template now needs to be added to the page to display everything properly, and by having the option of having a note box within the family tree templates (which lists only the notes from within the family tree) would circumvent that.
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