Illustration ideaEdit

Since her description is based upon that of Louise Brooks, maybe we can use a photo of Brooks to illustrate the article? 23skidoo 02:35, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

I put one in, but it was removed. I assume the reasoning was that it was not Louise Brooks "in character" as Romana, although obviously such a picture could never exist unless it is an officially (BBC or Big Finish, etc.) doctored picture putting Brooks' face into a Time Lord outfit, or something.--The Traveller 10:45, 1 February 2009 (UTC)

The article had a 100-pixel-wide image of Louise Brooks attached to the bottom of the sidebar, with no caption.

The values for the Image tag were clearly wrong, but my attempts to fix it weren't entirely successful. The image is now a proper thumbnail (which actually makes it wider than 100 pixels, at least in the default theme), links to the full-sized picture, and has the intended caption "Louise Brooks". However, it still appears below the sidebar, rather than inline within the "Behind the Scenes" section. And I don't know how to fix that.

For reference, I just changed the tag from this:

  • [Image:Louise Brooks.jpg|100px|right|Louise Brooks]

to this:

  • [Image:Louise Brooks.jpg|thumb|Louise Brooks]

--Falcotron 10:25, April 26, 2010 (UTC)

Personally, I dont't think articles about characters who have never appeared in visual DW should have picturess attaqched to them. Just because we hear a voice of an actor doesn't mean that that's what the character looks like. These are in-universe articles, and in-universe, there is no image of the character. Removing pic. CzechOut | 14:57, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
While I agree with CzechOut for the most part I think if the writers have described them in the book it should be ok maybe not a main pic in the info box but a picture with the caption that says something along the lines of "Based on the apperence of this person". GrimmShadows talk to me 03:33, January 1, 2012 (UTC)

Merge with Trey? Edit

While James Goss had stated that Trey is not the Romana III from the books, looks like Scott Handcock and Gary Russell are now maintaining that she is the third incarnation. And generally that's the impression one can get from "Intervention Earth". Looks like Goss might have meant that he didn't base his version on the books (although they are actually very similar). Given that, maybe it's best to merge the pages? JagoAndLitefoot 10:39, February 11, 2015 (UTC)

My proposed merged version: User:JagoAndLitefoot/Romana_III JagoAndLitefoot 10:57, February 11, 2015 (UTC)
Your version works very good, but if it's not explicitly stated in narrative that Trey is the third..? (I'm going to listen to Intervention Earth soon, BTW). HarveyWallbanger 11:07, February 11, 2015 (UTC)
Have they actually stated in the novels that that Romana is the third in-narrative, by the way? Trey being the third is not stated outright in IE, I think (although I should probably relisten), but is heavily implied. We might get more of a definitive confirmation in "Enemy Lines". Anyway, it seems to me from the comments by the producers that she is definitely intended to be the Big Finish third incarnation, and Goss simply said that his version was not based on the one in the books (but they're still surprisingly compatible). JagoAndLitefoot 11:10, February 11, 2015 (UTC)
Also, the name "Trey" itself is a big clue... JagoAndLitefoot 12:55, February 11, 2015 (UTC)

JagoAndLitefoot, you can't put a "merge" tag on both pages. You have to pick one, and state what page you want it merged onto. I'm putting this message on both the Trey and Romana III talk pages since you're having this conversation in two different places. Shambala108 15:35, February 11, 2015 (UTC)

This discussion is proceeding anew at the Panopticon, one way or another a course of action for these pages should be decided upon there soon. Please contribute to the discussion there if interested. — Rob T Firefly - Δ - 14:42, August 27, 2015 (UTC)

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