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Infobox royalty[edit]

Rather than simply adding |styles= to {{Infobox royalty}}, I suggest we create separate parameters for prefixes and suffixes, like those in {{Infobox person}}, even if we display them as you currently have the former. Andy Mabbett (User:Pigsonthewing); Andy's talk; Andy's edits 18:57, 31 May 2010 (UTC)

Happy Birthday[edit]

Armbrust Talk Contribs 00:25, 25 July 2010 (UTC)

I am joining these wishes. I enjoy following your contributions to the global knowledge base. Keep up the good work! Happy138 (talk) 05:58, 25 July 2010 (UTC)

Line of succession[edit]

Policy is to align the list to the line of succession listed on the official British web site and Leopold and Albert Windsor are both included in the official line of succession with the title Hon. The rule appears to be that children are included in the line of succession unless and until they make the decision themselves to be confirmed as Catholic when they are teenagers. Confirmation is the adult profession of faith and membership in the church. Mere baptism as Catholics doesn't qualify. The same appears to apply to their first cousins, who were in the line of succession until they were confirmed Catholic. The youngest child in the family, Amelia, is still in the line of succession but she probably is too young to undergo confirmation. All three of those children appear to have been raised Catholic. --Bookworm857158367 (talk) 02:51, 29 July 2010 (UTC)

Happy Morhange's Day![edit]

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Morhange has been identified as an Awesome Wikipedian,
so I've officially declared today as Morhange's Day!
For being a great person and awesome Wikipedian,
enjoy being the star of the day, Morhange!

Signed, Neutralhomer

A record of your Day will always be kept here.

For a userbox you can add to your userbox page, click here. Have a Great Day...NeutralhomerTalk • 06:05, 7 September 2010 (UTC)

Wow, nice! Much success in your new university. What are you studying there? Happy138 (talk) 16:37, 8 September 2010 (UTC)

Danish royal babies with no name[edit]

Thanks, Morhange, for taking care of that issue at Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark and her royal husband, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark‎. My edits prior to yours were intended to get away from the cryptic abbreviation "NN," which could mean anything (even some Danish hierarchical title, for all I knew). I also contended that since this is a special case, where newborns in the royal family have no name in the public eye—although I hope that their parents have the smarts to at least call them something until the official release date!—we need to have a clear way of describing this to a first-time reader. In Wikipedia, there are usually set rules for abbreviations, and we are currently working on a way to handle this issue at Template talk:Danish Royal Family. This is a discussion which I prompted by objecting similarly to the use of "NN" in that template. You can see the template in the right-hand column of the above royal personnages.

If you have anything to add to our discussion at Template talk:Danish Royal Family, relating to the issue of what to place in the blank space until a name crops up, please feel free to do so. Thanks again for your solution of "Unnamed twin son and daughter (b. 2011)." No wonder you are an Awesome Wikipedian!

BTW, "Did You Know" about the town of Morhange, in France? Is that whence you got your registered Wiki handle?
--Skol fir (talk) 18:12, 11 January 2011 (UTC)

Message from BMSprint[edit]

I'm contacting you because I wanted to talk to you about your 'monarchist' userbox. We can talk back and forth, edit my user talk page here I am just curious about the different reasons people identify as monarchists! —Preceding undated comment added 19:50, 25 February 2011 (UTC).

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File source problem with File:Sidneygoodwin.jpg[edit]

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Question[edit]

Hi Morhange! I noticed that you occasionally revert vandalism, and I was surprised to see that your account does not have rollback rights. Would you be interested in having them to help you revert vandalism? Acalamari 09:41, 13 May 2011 (UTC)

British Line[edit]

You are entirely correct with respect to this page. However the page has been hijacked by people who misuse arguments to reduce the knowledge. I am writing from the view of a person who has never made an edit to add any person (other than reverting) although I have helped with formatting and indeed shortening the article. My total edits have reduced the length of the article).The page has existed for 8 years, and the majority of that time has had more than 1000 names. There was no consensus to decimate this collection of material. Unfortunately the page was frozen in the short version and not the long version given the appearance that the status quo was the short version. Every argument made has been countered - except perhaps one - and that is the length - but the editors have hidden behind others things. These editors have used words like "guess", "wonder", "interpretation" and speculation - one said: "is purely speculative as the question will never realistically be asked" - another said: "At a guess, once you go beyond Prince Andrew" ...another: "One wonders whether the Kent's prospects" - my point is that the creation of the article did not involve this - it is a proper collation from reliable sources - the Original Research Rule prohibits these things which those editors suggest. One of these editors also commented that if we go back further the list could go into the millions. This is most frustrating because it means he did not even read the first few lines of the article, where it indicates the article is finite - and effectively complete just before it was reduced in size. Another person stating that it must remain inaccurate because statistically with births and deaths there needed to be about 4 edits a week. But again they are focussing entirely on the wrong point and missing the purpose of Wikipedia. We are not supposed to engage in original research - edits are only made reliable sources are found that impact the article. If there is no such reliable resource then no change is to be made. The article must be out of date even if there is well known personal knowledge of a birth or death – because all entries are to be made and in fact were made from reliable resources. These editors have tried to attack the resources without success, so they moved onto other arguments. One most interesting attempt was to call the resource a geological site; or criticise it because it did not discount Catholics. But synthesis allows this:

Only add a person if a reliable resources states a person was born from another person on the list, and there is a reliable resource that the person was married at the time. No research there (let alone original). Only delete a person if there is a reliable resource about the person’s death – or a reliable resource that says the person became catholic or married a catholic. No research there, just using a resource that says so. There have been spurious arguments relating to how this is to be interpreted – but no interpretation is involved – it has always been the application of a reliable resources, I was also personally attacked, - which in itself is an indication that their arguments were failing. In the end, it is a minor matter that I have left; just like walking away from a bully.

You are absolutely right; Wikipedia has lost this knowledge because these editors play games rather than have the interests of Wikipedia at heart. Ail my comments on the page assumed good faith. But that it not possible any longer. I tried to suggest arbitration, but that is not available, apparently. The statement that each entry must have an authority for that position either shows ignorance or intentionally is spurious. Any site which states that would need to be constantly kept up to date with births and deaths – and the Wikipedia site would be a mere copy. Lists right throughout Wikipedia insert entries from various sources. In the end, just click “Random article” from the front page to look at the breadth and extent of article, many with no work. Putting together from the sources this (1) the sources; (2) sources births deaths and Catholicism (and nothing else) is precisely what occurred before the decimation of the site. Again, well done by you. Alan Davidson (talk) 07:06, 6 June 2011 (UTC)

Your latest edit at (08:23, 6 June 2011) is precisely correct; but the dissenting editors have made up their minds not to accept it. I am sure they will do something like "see I told you there was no source". You and I understand the very simple logic that a person properly sourced in postion 40 becomes 41 on the properly sourced birth of someone beforehand (like Savannah Phillips at positon 12). But they will argue illogically against this for my reasons stated above. I hope you don't mind me writing like this - I have all but given up on Wikipedia because of this type of decimation. Alan Davidson (talk) 08:46, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
Well done on your last two entries. You can see precisely the spurious approach taken by these dissenters, and the really curious logic they attempt to use. A couple are so interested in the argument, more than the actual article, they have continued on my talk page without any invitation. All arguments have been answered, so they keep recycling them on the basis that repetition wins over reason. And it has. I am just a fan of the site, I have no more interest in debating on the article's talk page. It really isn't that important. Unfortunately this all proves Williamb correct. All the best. Alan Davidson (talk) 07:58, 11 June 2011 (UTC)
The fact that your referenced additions were removed shows that the dissenters aren't interested in their own words or "stated" reasons. Alas, I am not surprised. But good luck - you have more pateince with them than I. All the best. Alan Davidson (talk) 13:49, 13 June 2011 (UTC)

Message on Alan Davidson's talk page[edit]

Hi, I left a message for both you and Alan on his talk page. Mlm42 (talk) 16:55, 7 June 2011 (UTC)

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  • No problem. I flickrpassed your image at WikiCommons now as a trusted user there. Normally an image which fails flickr review gets deleted within a day because so many uploaders pretend to be the flickr account owner...but in actual fact, they aren't. Here the problem is resolved. Best Regards from Canada, --Leoboudv (talk) 23:43, 4 August 2011 (UTC)

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Ancestors of Sophie, Countess of Wessex[edit]

Hi Morhange! Can you help me about the ancestors of Sophie, Countess of Wessex? I just found 14 of them, those you added to her children articles, and I could not find more of them. She is a member of the royal family, so like the others we need the name of 30 ancestors of Sophie. Can you find the others and add them to her article? Keivan.fTalk 06:37, 25 April 2012 (UTC)

There's no need. I completed her ancestry. Thank you. Keivan.fTalk 16:22, 26 April 2012 (UTC)

R&N Userbox[edit]

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Conventions of naming certain personages[edit]

Hello, thought I was correct in my moves per Wikipedia:Naming conventions (royalty and nobility) - the do not use styles bit; regardless of whether we should even list cousins twice-removed of Our Gracious at the tender age of two (notable for walking, perhaps); do not use styles, one should think, should allow one to remove such styles, as was done Regards Crusoe8181 (talk) 09:58, 19 September 2012 (UTC)

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Happy birthday from me too! Happy138 (talk) 20:06, 25 July 2013 (UTC)

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Passengers of the RMS Titanic casualties breakdown pictogram[edit]

Hi Morhange, Re your reversion of the pictogram, I've shrunk it, and added a link to it and a clear <br> to avoid it affecting the table below. Is that better? cmɢʟeeτaʟκ 12:40, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

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Even if the tour was cancelled purely for recording reasons, they're relatively unknown outside Europe, so I can't imagine them selling out a North American tour. 80.111.184.146 (talk) 21:44, 14 July 2014 (UTC)

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Frederic Bourdin[edit]

Hello.

he has four children, I'm following him in Facebook and I know that last year he got another baby with his wife and here is a french article that if you don't mind translate for truth's sake confirm that he has four kids...

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there is also this:

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Thank you — Preceding unsigned comment added by 77.130.124.43 (talk) 00:15, 9 August 2014 (UTC)

Thanks, I will change the article to reflect this new source. The one that was previously there indicated he only had three children. Morhange (talk) 00:44, 9 August 2014 (UTC)

No, Thank you ! ;) 77.130.124.43 (talk) 02:03, 10 August 2014 (UTC)

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Princess Irina of Romania[edit]

Shouldn't the page be renamed too seeing how most of media refer to her as Irina Walker or Romanian princess, a title she was striped off recently.--Killuminator (talk) 08:35, 4 November 2014 (UTC)

I added an explanation in the template for Romanian princesses, but my choice of words is vague. If you can come up with a better sentence, I'll be very thankful :). --Killuminator (talk) 09:13, 5 November 2014 (UTC)