Move to a search widget instead of auto suggest widget in link inspector
|mediawiki/extensions/VisualEditor : master||MWLinkAnnotationInspector: Use TitleSearchWidget instead of TitleInputWidget|
|mediawiki/core : master||mediawiki.widgets: Create TitleSearchWidget|
|VisualEditor/VisualEditor : master||[BREAKING CHANGE] LinkAnnotationWidget: Abstract .text property to getTextInputWidget|
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- rEVEDf814ea719b8b: MWLinkAnnotationInspector: Use TitleSearchWidget instead of TitleInputWidget
T113636: In mobile, link suggestions only show on focus, go away when you close the keyboard (e.g. to see more of them)
T113643: Sometimes in mobile, link suggestions open up in the wrong place, off to the side and not attached to the text box
rMW8aeef44d7d5e: mediawiki.widgets: Create TitleSearchWidget
rGVED18e46b60526f: [BREAKING CHANGE] LinkAnnotationWidget: Abstract .text property to…
We need to check how this looks where the screen is a little smaller, and there are 5 results. We actually can get more than 5 results when there are redirects. Is the idea that the dialog resizes as the results change?
If we consider the height of this dialog to be max 400px which should be fit on smallest screen with enough article padding around it, we can fit 4 and a half list items in this. and if we have cut of at half of last list item, it suggests that the list is scrollable internally.
We need some more views with different results sets. How does this look with 0,1,2,3,4,5 search results? Do we leave whitespace or expand the dialog? What if we expand off the bottom of the screen?