You know whats funny? (im not going to put this on this wiki, but still I think its interesting)
the French Adaptation of Bruni's Big Adventure, L'Admirateur D'Olaf opens with "once upon a time Arendelle had two queens. Anna who is responsible for the city and Elsa who is responsible for the forest." And yet in the original American version, it doesnt say that at all and Elsa is just called Elsa.
btw, hope you liked the edits I made to Elsa's relationships. I just wanted to show that Elsa saves Anna as much as Anna saves Elsa because they both love each other and dont want the other to get hurt. I also feel that it balances them out. Anna saving Elsa from Hans, clocktowers and icebergs and Elsa saving Anna from twisters, spears and flames.
Huh, I mean Elsa isn't queen anymore, so that statement is just erroneous.
Yeah, pretty lame lol
I did, but I shuffled the information round a bit again, giving my reasoning in the edit description. You undid my edit, which I thought was uncalled for, and so I have restored it with further reasoning. If you are still unhappy please discuss it hear :-)
Unless Elsa never officially abdicated or Anna made a decree that Elsa keep the title "Queen" (sounds like something she would do, lol)
As for the edits
Im sorry, I just love Elsa so much and I want her to be equal to Anna. I'll try to stop now.
Although: I feel that we should include that Elsa used her powers to stop the Northuldra and Guards charging at them because Honeymaren specifically said "grab the sword" refeering to the ice sword that Anna was holding. So its safe to say that Anna (especially) was at risk or getting hurt or killed. Or dont, its fine.
A user named Swiftie1233 modified the text of the "Let it Go" song in a way that I believe to be an act of vandalism. I left him with a warning but you are of course free to block him if you want to.
Also an unrelated side note. Usually when I send a warning, these people go for a one last hit before disappearing. I wonder if it's because they know my powers and want to see if I can actually somehow get them blocked.
Interesting observation. Anyone is free to warn anyone else about their conduct should they feel it contravenes the Wiki's standards. I cannot recommend how you should prevent this, but perhaps imply that one of the "higher-ups" will intervene and block them.
Wtf? This whole place is run by volunteers who contribute to the wiki in their free time. As for the ranks like Rollback or Administrator, they are given to people who are expected to make a good use of them and who significantly contributed to the wiki in the past.
I just created a frozen age on this wiki for the Nattmara in Frozen forest of shadows. Please feel free to edit/delete it as you please. Assuming you read the book and know the story of course. But if you are going to delete it, please tell me why.
A user named Chevans is repeatedly adding Kristoff, Olaf and Sven as Hans's enemies (later he towned it down to just Kristoff). I offered to discuss the edit (explained why I think it's not true) and warned him about his behaviour but he didn't listen to any of these messages.
Could you please talk to him as well or give him a really short ban? Something like 24 hours, just to show that he's being watched. I think that page lock is not required as he's clearly not open for any discussion.
Ok. I feel like most people go for a last hit after receiving a warning and then disappear.
As for the wiki changes, are you too busy to catch up on that or did you just miss everything? I understand that you'll get to it when you'll get to it but I just want to know at least remotely what's going on.
Can you please comment the code to split segments with known purpose using obvious separators?
Something like this:
// START Randomize wiki logo
// END Randomize wiki logo
Also at the top of each file, there should be a list of these named blocks of code so that you can search for them and quickly get to their start and end. This of course also means that that exact wording should not appear anywhere else in the code as part of a comment (looking at "Different colors for admins").
I think that it would really avoid future difficulties, especially regarding the infobox styling where the end is not obvious at all other than that it's the last script, which is also what brought me to this problem.
Thanks. The navigation works as I would expect but we are still missing the list on top (so that you can copy the block name and find it with Ctrl+F or something like that).
I'll try to think about some rules. Two think that come to mind is switching to only "structured" and "line" CSS syntax (for organisation) and having a prefix for our JS variables and functions (this is to avoid possible conflicts with other imported code as it's all ran in sequence after all).
FRWK_ comes to mind as a good prefix as it kind of stands for "Frozen Wiki".
I was not talking about a navigation bar but something at the top of the file that describes it's content and organisation.
Something like this.
/* Code in this CSS file is split into independent blocks based on it's functionality. Start and end of each block is labeled with START and END tags followed by the name of the block.
User Profile Styling
Different colors for admins
Styling of portable infoboxes
I was trying to point out the time when the edit was made. I just found it really interesting. Maybe I was feeling bad about it at that time because that was technically my stuff being done. Just don't know the reason anymore.
Also I think that "Different colors for admins" should be a single block with this prefix removed from everything in it as we know the purpose of that code quite well (thanks to excellent comments).
I think Ahtohallan is alive. I mean it is refeered to as "her". According to the Lullaby it "sings to those who'll hear." and it "sang" to Elsa using a memory of her mother. So it must have selected it for Elsa. Then in Ahtohallan it edited some "footage" to tell Elsa "You are found."
Also, In Iduna's notes on the scroll Elsa and Anna find she describes Ahtohallan as Magic's source/Elsa's source. ANd since Agnar said the spirits came from a magic "as old as the glaciers" that means Ahtohallan created the spirits (including Elsa)
Right. Ships may also be referred to using female pronouns, and obviously they are not alive. Same goes for "Mother Nature" - although that can be considered more "alive" than a ship. So perhaps it is alive in the same way that Mother Nature is, but we do not know this for sure.
Yes, the memory of her mother was selected by Ahtohallan to show to Elsa. Though I wouldn't say that the memory has been changed in any meaningful way. Iduna repeats the line to Elsa from the lullaby. The next line obviously isn't said by her, but the two are singing and so it is best not to take the scene too literally - the line serves more as exposition within the song.
I understand that as Ahtohallan being the source of Elsa's magic. It does not have to be alive for this to be the case. But then again the magic is so mysterious that it may be a bit premature to posit this. When does Agnarr say about glaciers? Besides that, just because the spirits are "as old as glaciers" does not mean that they were created by Ahtohallan itself. It may just mean that they came into existence at around the same time.
To answer the rest of your questions: No, it cannot be added to the trivia section, because it is far too conjectural. Review what you have said to see what I mean. It's fair enough on your part to take these facts and try and draw conclusions from them, but for something to be added to a page, the fact must be definitive, in that it happened and we may cite a source. So to say in the trivia, "Ahtohallan is considered alive", one must have a credible source to back this up. Although at that point I think it would be worth integrating into the main page.