|Resolved||Petar.petkovic||T105988 Magnifying glass in the ContentTranslation article selector is misaligned in RTL languages|
|Resolved||santhosh||T105938 In the Arabic Wikipedia the heading on Special:ContentTranslation is too high|
|Resolved||Amire80||T105989 Gadget-style in the Arabic Wikipedia causes styling issues in ContentTranslation|
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- T101934: Blank page on Special:ContentTranslation
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- T107423: Evaluate which projects showcased at the Wikimania Hackathon 2015 should be supported further
T105938: In the Arabic Wikipedia the heading on Special:ContentTranslation is too high
T105988: Magnifying glass in the ContentTranslation article selector is misaligned in RTL languages
We'll need cooperation from the Arabic Wikipedia community with this, because it's significantly more complicated than the usual gadget issues with which I deal. I emailed some contacts that I have about this.
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There was one major issue, which Santhosh fixed in the CX side eventually.
There are smaller issues in this gadget, some of which affect CX, but there are many others, which affect other parts of MediaWiki. It seems to me that a lot of this gadget's functionality is about fixing RTL issues that are not relevant any longer with modern MediaWiki and can be removed, but this is really up to the Arabic Wikipedia community.