User talk:Badpuccini

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Yogyakarta Royal Family[edit]

Hi, you changed to styles of members of the Royal Family of Yogyakarta:

  • For the Sultan, you gave him 'Majesty' instead of the traditional 'Highness'. Please note that 'Majesty' should only be used for the monarchs of independent countries. In Malaysia, 'Majesty' is used only for the Yang Dipertuan Agong. Monarchs of the Malaysian states are styled 'Highness' in the colonial era, and are now styled 'Royal Highness'. The Princes of the 'Vorstenlanden', or the Javanese princely states, have traditionally been styled 'Highness' in English. This reflects that none of them is the sovereign of an independent country.
  • You chose the foreign titles 'Lord' and 'Lady' for junior members. Native titles are normally used when writing in English. You will find that most of the titled Malaysians and Thais are referred to not as 'Lord' or 'Lady', but by their native titles. It's anachronistic and ahistorical to use 'Lord' or 'Lady' for non-English titled individuals. In the same vein, I recommended a move from 'Queen Hemas' to 'Ratu Hemas', which was supported by most Wikipedia editors. — Preceding unsigned comment added by AnakPejuangIndonesia (talkcontribs) 03:28, 21 February 2018 (UTC)

AnakPejuangIndonesia (talk) 12:02, 22 February 2018 (UTC)

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Portal[edit]

Portal - when editing please make sure edit summary has adequate explanation as to what you are doing - the portal edit was reverted as the result was wikimarkup being visible with no visual effect! JarrahTree 08:32, 9 October 2017 (UTC)

Hi @JarrahTree I'm sorry for that, my poor internet connection somehow makes me keep saving the page by not giving a summary, but normally I will give it when after the last edit. All I want to do for the Indonesia portal is give a bit of an interesting appearance considering that I'm from Indonesia. Is that okay for me to insert a logo/banner for the header of article? Badpuccini (talk) 09:01, 9 October 2017 (UTC)

I understand re the connection - try the logo/banner anyways - you dont have to ask me - its more that anyone following you can understand if you need help or not JarrahTree 10:15, 9 October 2017 (UTC)

BeritaSatu dan INTV[edit]

BeritaSatu Medan 51 UHF di INTV Meda 55 UHF lokal televisi tv Indonesia, Kota Medan --125.162.30.41 (talk) 12:07, 24 October 2017 (UTC)

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January 2018[edit]

Information icon Hello @Badpuccini:, I'm Bagas Hutagalung. Thank you for your recent contributions to Bali. I leave a message here for your last contribution, keep in mind it is a official flag not a fake. You can see it here File:Peparnas XV.jpg Thank you. Bagas Hutagalung (talk) 15:18, 16 January 2018 (UTC)

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Wikipedia and copyright[edit]

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