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I've got a note that you've just replaced the png version of the logo of the 2012 European Women's Handball Championship with an svg one, and as I see it lost its transparent background. While it's only a little aesthetics, I'd like to know if it is it possible to have a transparent background for the svg logos or it's something that the software cannot handle? And if it's possible, would it be a big work to re-create it in that way? Thanks in advance, Thehoboclown (talk) 09:57, 13 July 2014 (UTC)

The SVG software I use doesn't support transparency, but you could add a request at the Graphics Lab. Frenzie23 (talk) 15:22, 13 July 2014 (UTC)
Thanks, will do it! Have a nice day! Thehoboclown (talk) 11:47, 16 July 2014 (UTC)

Sockpuppet investigation[edit]

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Re: Praise[edit]

MjolnirPants Tell me all about it. 12:29, 11 September 2014 (UTC)

Ryanair 737 MAX 200 Order[edit]


I wanted to stop by and tell you that your edit to the list of Boeing 737 MAXs has been removed because Ryanair did not make their order a firm order. They committed to ordering it. It wasn't a final deal like Ethiopian Airlines' recent order for the 737 MAX. If you have any questions, please refer to the articles talk page.

Have a good day! --PilotJaguar1996 (talk) 17:31, 23 September 2014 (UTC)


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Unexplained revert[edit]

Please review this revert - thanks. (talk) 18:14, 3 October 2014 (UTC)

Sorry, I left my browser open and my brother started playing when I was in the middle of editing. I have reverted the edit. Frenzie23 (talk) 18:36, 3 October 2014 (UTC)

Map on Death Penalty in the United States page[edit]

Hello. I have discovered that you have the picture as shown on the Capital Punishment in the United States was showing a map showing the color codes of the states that uses or abolished the death penalty. Among the research and sources about that data you followed and uploaded the picture as shown in the page, there is a confusion I have discovered that there is a differences on the death penalty systems on Vermont, and New Hampshire. According to these sources, Vermont does not have the death penalty while New Hampshire does. You may realize that you have accidentally have this chart of these two states reversed as the talk page had sended to you. Please switch these two states in appropriate colors in correct sources as you can. If you have any questions and concerns, please leave a reply or the my talk page. Thank you. ;) -- (talk) 23:09, 23 October 2014 (UTC)

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Thank You![edit]

Hi Frenzie23. Thank You for telling me about WikiProjects! I'm always looking for ways to improve things and I think that will be a great way. I had started using Wikipedia today to help my friend's dad, Aaron, get rid of a picture on his Wikipedia page that he didn't like. Ducksgirl (talk) 23:54, 9 June 2016 (UTC)Ducksgirl


I didn't make the changes — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lololollollol (talkcontribs) 13:22, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

Please revert edits to Beef and EUROP grid[edit]

As I have indicated on the EUROP grid talk page, I have consolidated content from both EUROP grid and also the Beef "USDA Grading" section, into a new article Beef carcass classification. I had good reason to remove the USDA content from the Beef page, as the page is not region specific but the subsection pertained, in great depth, only to the USA market. Please let me know if you would like to discuss further. Otherwise please revert your change to Beef. Thanks DouglasHeld (talk) 21:56, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

I have undone the edits to Beef and EUROP grid; I use Huggle which does not make the summary of the edits very clear. I have also set EUROP grid to redirect to Beef carcass classification. Let me know if you have any requests and/or questions. Frenzie23 (talk) 22:06, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

Contested deletion[edit]

This page should not be speedily deleted because... (your reason here) --OnehundredandeightTwentyfiveSixtyoneOnehundredseventyone (talk) 19:16, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

i hate you jackass screw off — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:17, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

Revert vandalism[edit]

Hi-I reverted vandalism on your user page-many thanks-RFD (talk) 19:21, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

Thanks!!! I think I was vandalised in the previous section because I gave the anonymous user a Level 1 warning for vandalism on an article. Frenzie23 (talk) 19:22, 13 June 2016 (UTC)


I think that was pretty low of you, whomever you are. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Les Piton (talkcontribs) 20:12, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

I reverted your edit to Saint Lucia because you failed to add a reliable source. I am Frenzie23, a rollbacker who uses Huggle to prevent vandalism. You edited in good faith, so please see: WP:CITE, WP:VERIFY and WP:RELIABLE. By the way make sure to sign with four tildes (~~~~) whenever you write on a talk page. Frenzie23 (talk) 20:19, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

Blue Whale[edit]

What edit of mine did you remove? I don't seem to remember adding something new without a citation. MrAwesome888 (talk) 20:26, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

I need a help[edit]

Hello, Please I need a help on how to add template border on top of a wikipedia article image. Thanks. Yung Miraboi Mark Yung miraboi mark (talk) 20:53, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

1. Borders should generally not be added onto articles, only your user page and subpages.
2. If you want to put a border around text use this.
3. If you want to put a border around a picture use this.
4. If you want me to add a border around an image itself so it appears like that in every article send me the link to it. Frenzie23 (talk) 20:58, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

I need a help thanks.[edit]

Hello, Thanks for your response. This is the link which I would like to add a header template or border on top of the image showing the name as a title.

This is exacly what I need on the image.

Yung miraboi mark (talk) 21:12, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

You should not add borders to Wikipedia articles. Also, make sure that the capitalisation and grammar is correct, or ask someone to do it for you.
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Frenzie23 is awesome (at preventing spam!!!) (My talk page) 21:25, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

Villars Chocolates[edit]

the source is direct knowledge from extreme familiarity & direct knowledge of Switzerland... if you want a 'source' for such information as that Villars has liqueur-filled chocolates, or that you cant really find Villars chocolates in most shops in Switzerland... there is none! but its factual information, to remove casual factual information from a page that is almost barren, with nothing really on the topic yet, seems rather questionable on your part, and i am not gonna treat a page like 'Villars Chocolates' as if its a scientific document: with a need for references for information like that Villars has liqueur filled chocolates on offer! — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:01, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

If that is your own knowledge, then you can't add it to articles on Wikipedia (see WP:ORIGINAL). Wikipedia is what we call a tertiary source, meaning that it is a collection of various sources on the internet which can be verified. Everything in Wikipedia articles needs to be backed up by references. Frenzie23 (talk) 22:05, 13 June 2016 (UTC)

well, i think i came on too strongly, and have somewhat erred as of it, so i would have to apologize for that, as its not clear that the 'Villars-Chocolates' page is of any less importance than any other page or topic, including scientific topics. As well i fully appreciate your handling the Villars page in a very serious manner. The staff at Villars would as well. I would have also to say, that, if you hold to a very strong opinion that references are necessary, absolutely for anything, then you really may have to erase the entire Villars page. There really wans't any references of any note that apply to Villars specifically, on that page (as i suppose is the case on most of the information for Wikipedia pages, as its really not edited like a scientific document applying to a major journal). Myself, as to coming on somewhat strongly, i suppose, is really not attributed to you, but to that i was somewhat offended, in some way or other, by a previous editor of the Villars page saying on the page that Villars 'is sold mostly to tourists & popular with them'... of course the statement wasnt referenced, (nor did any wikipedia-upper-editors such as yourself seem to object to those un-referenced edits), yet, i loathed to attempt to erase the statement, anyways, as i have no real genuine knowledge as to whether or not thats true, unlike my own edits which were generally based on observed facts. Really, in terms of referencing, i can provide pictures of Villars chocolate bars that verify my statements as to Villars having 20% whole nut bars, as well as liqueur-filled bars (but unfortunately can't post such pictures on Wikipedia to verify that as they are not from 'wikipedia commons'. I will soon try and go to their own home-page if such exists, to provide more verification of statements on the page, as well do a general search of the internet to see if there are any news articles related to Villars (until such time as myself or associates have our own certified-news-pages to reference things to, ameliorating such difficulties as exist: for such things as editing on wikipedia). I will erase any edits i have made unless i find references for them, and will confine 'speculative assertions' (and whether really not speculative, but based on fact, yet with no reference for that) i will confine them if not properly referenced: to the talk pages of articles, in appropriate cases) ... thanx — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:08, 16 June 2016 (UTC)

and your contribution was excellent, as now i have found in researching that they use an especially rich 30% whole nuts! in the couple of years i have been away i had forgotten, and simply figured it was 20% (no wonder i like Villars chocolate so much, and, its almost-cheating to use so much nuts, so nutrient-rich, the customer has no chance to resist, its almost 'un-swiss' to come on so strongly & nearly cheat like that!) — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:23, 16 June 2016 (UTC)

reverted edits-Andhra's in epic literature[edit]

You sent me a message that you reverted my edits commenting they were not constructive. The content you currently have in place of my edits is fabricated and untrue. I am referring to the line

"Andhra was mentioned in the Sanskrit epics such as Aitareya Brahmana (by some estimates c. 800 BCE). According to Aitareya Brahmana of the Rig veda, the Andhra's left North India and migrated to South India.[4][5][6]" No where in Aitreya Brahmana does it say Andhra left North Indian. Secondly the sources given for that statement do not contain that statement.

Here is the website link given as reference by the person claimign Andhras left North India- I could not find any reference to it The other references given are about dance diletcs and medieval history of Andhra. I would like to know the page number for this fabricated claim

"Dance Dialects of India". Ragini Devi. Motilal Bansarsi Dass. ISBN 81-208-0674-3. Retrieved 2014-06-09.

"Ancient and medieval history of Andhra Pradesh". P. Raghunadha Rao. Sterling Publishers, 1993. p. iv. Retrieved 2014-06-09.

My statement was direct from aitreya Brahmana.

I am hoping being constructive is to be fact based rather than making baseless claims that distort history. Please remove the fabricated line about Andhras being from North India


If you add the appropriate sources and use correct grammar, feel free to revert my changes. However, since this was such a long time ago (~800 BCE), we have no way of knowing what happened then, so it is very hard to write about it in a neutral point of view (see WP:NEUTRAL). You should say "Some believe....", "Others say that..." etc instead. Frenzie23 (talk) 06:18, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Help! Me please.[edit]

Hello Please how can I add a link to my wikipedia article. I am having proble with it.

Looking foward to your response thanks. Yung miraboi mark (talk) 15:49, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Help! Me please.[edit]

Hello Please how can I add a link to my wikipedia article. I am having proble with it.

Looking foward to your response thanks. Yung miraboi mark (talk) 15:49, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

See this Wikipedia:Tutorial/Wikipedia links. Frenzie23 (talk) 17:51, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Wikipedia Article SEO[edit]

How do I get SEO Optimise for my Wikipedia article.

I will be very grateful if a can find a help from you thanks.

Yung miraboi mark (talk) 16:00, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

You cannot do this; Wikipedia articles do not belong to you - they belong to the Wikipedia community when you post them. Wikipedia is the free encyclopedia, so it is there for everyone to use. See this as well: WP:NOT. Frenzie23 (talk) 17:52, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

The British Isles[edit]

I edited your article "The British Isles" which states that they "consist of the Great Britan the Island of Ireland and 6,000 other islands". This is not so. The Island of Ireland is not part of the "British Isles' nor are it's own offshore islands. This is like saying that Great Brittan part of the "Irish Isles". While you do later state that it is a controversial title the opening piece is still misleading. This moniker was formed by a British subject in 1571, when Éire was still colonised by the British. As you know the greater part of Éire is no longer colonised by the British and so it is only fair that a qualification, The British Isles, "in British Colonial terms"/ According to the British" are...." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rossa Ó Snodaigh (talkcontribs) 18:18, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Firstly, it is not my article; all articles on Wikipedia belong to the community, and I did not even create it, I was merely checking edits using Huggle. Secondly, Ireland is part of the British Isles, whether you like it or not; I am not saying that Ireland should be part of the UK, but it is still part of the British Isles officially. Wikipedia is a tertiary source, which means that it is a collection of other sources found on the internet. All content on Wikipedia must be factually true and not be biased. Frenzie23 (talk) 18:24, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Michu Meszaros[edit]

Hi, The edit I made was from a news article. This can be verified by Googling and it will come up. Actually,numerous articles make the same reference. Therefore,restore my edit. Thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mrmarkus (talkcontribs) 02:10, 19 June 2016 (UTC)

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Europe 10,000 Challenge invite[edit]

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New deal for page patrollers[edit]

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William Neilson[edit]

Please let me know what the matter is with this article below. It has nothing to do with the term British Isles which i'm being accused of doing similar edits. I am trying to create a page about this man which had no information about him on the wikipaedia page that was linked to his name from another page. The page invited members to create a page by adding content. I've spent hours finding links to many of the statements made in the article in order to flesh out the article and make it more interesting.

I don't have the require phd in wiki entries but with help this article could be very informative.

Main Article

Courtesy of The Irish Post which also appears under Irish Identity in under the title The pulpit and the bar

One of the most active promoters of Irish (Gaeilge) in the early 19th century was the Rev. William Neilson, who published a textbook titled An Introduction to the Irish Language.

Nelson was born in 1774 in Rademon, (Ráth Deamáin) Kilmore, Co. Down, where his father, the Rev. Moses Neilson, ministered to a mainly Irish speaking Presbyterian congregation. The Rev. Moses was fluent in Irish, Latin, Greek and Hebrew. He ran a famous school, Rademon Academy, which drew pupils from all denominations. He also collected ancient Irish tales and worked on an Irish grammar book. William seems to have grown up speaking Irish. He studied at Glasgow University, and at the age of 22 was appointed minister to the Presbyterian congregation of Dundalk. There he ran a school much like his father’s, open to all denominations.

His knowledge of Irish was essential for his new post. The congregation were descended from Scots Gaelic Settlers, and now were predominantly Irish speaking. All their ministers since 1700 had spoken either Scottish Gaelic or Irish Gaelic.

During the [of 1798], the Neilsons of Rademon were loyal to the crown. William spent much of that year working on a shortened version of an English-Irish dictionary originally published in 1732, but he failed to find a patron, so his version was never published.

He wrote an English grammar book and then a Greek one, both of which were widely used. He also enthusiastically collected Irish manuscripts.

In 1808 he published his best-known work, An Introduction to the Irish Language. At the request of the London Hibernian Society, he also wrote a 24 page book for beginners titled Céad Leabhar na Gaoidheilge (First Irish Book) "A Spelling book of the Irish Language intended for the Instruction of Youth".

Financial support for Neilson’s Introduction came from a long list of subscribers, headed by two peers, both lord lieutenants of Ireland. The book was in three parts. The first two parts - a grammar, then phrases and dialogues - were printed in modern type, though using a dot above the letter to indicate a 'séimhiú' (softening) where a “h” would be used today.

The final part offered extracts from a long poem about 'Deirdre and the sons of Usnach', printed in the old Irish type (Cló Gaelach), with English translations.

In his preface, Neilson mentions the historical and poetic value of the language, but stresses that his purpose is primarily practical: “It is, particularly, from the absolute necessity of understanding this language, in order to converse with the natives of a great part of Ireland, that the study of it is indispensable.

“If Irish be no longer the language of the court, or the senate, yet the pulpit and the bar require the use of it; and he that would communicate moral instruction, or investigate the claims of justice, must be versed in the native tongue, if he expects to be generally understood, or to succeed in his researches. “In travelling, and the common occurrences of agriculture and rural traffic, a knowledge of Irish is also absolutely necessary.”

Neilson’s desire to be practical is evident in the lengthy dialogues, one of which drew on Patrick Lynch’s work for Bolg an tSolair, printed in 1795.

The dialogues give an insight into life at the time.

Here, for example, a doctor is dealing with patients: - Seo chugainn bea, agus leanabh na hucht. - Here comes a woman with her child in her arms.

- Go de so air do leanabh, a bhean mhacánta? - What is the matter with your child, good woman?

- Och! a dheag ghradhm is air atá na tarraingte aidmheala. - O Sir, it has terrible convulsions.

- A bhfeictear go gcuireann sé piasta trid? - Does it seem to pass any worms?

- A mbíonn sé crinn le na fiaclaibh ina chodladh? no piocagh a shróin? - Does it grind its teeth when asleep? Or pick its nose?

- Ní se gach cuid diobhta go minic. - It does both very often.

- Tabhair asteach é; sgribhe me ní eigin dho air báll. - Bring it in; I will prescribe for it presently.

In 1818 Neilson was appointed professor of Latin, greek, Hebrew, Irish and Oriental languages at the Belfast Academical Institution. Opened four years earlier by liberal Presbyterians, the Academical Institution was at the time both a boys’ school, open to students regardless of sect or class, and a college for training Presbyterian ministers.

Neilson gave a lecture in Irish three times a week. He was also active in various Belfast societies. Neilson was elected to the Chair of Greek at Glasgow University in 1821. But before he could take up his appointment he died of rheumatic fever, aged on 46, leaving a widow and four children. Many thousands attended his funeral procession as it traveled from Belfast to Rademon. Review of Céad Leabhar na Gaoeidlige

This is what was written in the The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature For the year 1810... By Andrew Kippis, William Godwin

We notice this little work as a great singularity. It is printed in London, avowedly for the Missionary Society, and apparently at the expense of the Hibernian Society. We had hoped that the very valuable and patriotic lbours of this last mentioned institution would have sufficiently succeeded before this time to have been in a situation to produce a national grammar from a national press. Let the matter, however, be as it may, we rejoice that so useful a little work has even at length proceeded from any press: it does great credit to the patriotism, and, we may add to the philological caution of Dr. Neilson of Dundalk, to whom, we understand, the world is indebted for it’s appearance, as it has been, indeed, for the appearance of one or two other works of a similar kind a few years before. It is formed on the model of the Spelling-book in use among the different branches of the English Sunday-school Society, and is well adapted to introduce a knowledge of the sacred Scriptures among the native Irish.

External links Noda Na Gaeilge - — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rossa Ó Snodaigh (talkcontribs) 14:52, 21 April 2017 (UTC)

Ivy Bottini[edit]

Hello, I'm not sure why you reverted the Ivy Bottini page back to it's previous edit. I improved the format and clarified the information on the page in a way that would make it much easier to read. I was also in the middle of adding additional sources and information about her personal history. Could you please provide a detailed explanation for your actions? Thank you. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Zclark405 (talkcontribs) 20:13, 19 May 2017 (UTC)