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User-number-icon not carried over from the queue to page history
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In the queue, before pressing it:

In the History, after clicking it in the queue

Notice that there is no orange '3' in the page history, which is expected/wanted.

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Josve05a created this task.Aug 29 2015, 5:55 PM
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Josve05a added a comment.EditedSep 27 2015, 10:45 PM

Just had another look at Huggle 3 (version 3.1.16) versus Huggle 2. I was immediately put down again by this editbar bug. Any news on this Wikipedia:Huggle/Feedback/Archive 19#Updating user status in History window and Page and Editbar? In Huggle 2 (bottom of screenshot) you get a nice overview of the recent article history with user warning levels, whereas in Huggle 3 (top of screenshot) this is still absent.

Petrb added a comment.Oct 14 2015, 8:27 AM

Just had another look at Huggle 3 (version 3.1.16) versus Huggle 2. I was immediately put down again by this editbar bug. Any news on this Wikipedia:Huggle/Feedback/Archive 19#Updating user status in History window and Page and Editbar? In Huggle 2 (bottom of screenshot) you get a nice overview of the recent article history with user warning levels, whereas in Huggle 3 (top of screenshot) this is still absent.

This bug is not relevant to this task, what user requests is the grouping of edit / original using the red frame

This bug is not relevant to this task, what user requests is the grouping of edit / original using the red frame

"recent article history with user warning levels, whereas in Huggle 3 (top of screenshot) this is still absent." You sure? seems like it has to do with the warning-level-numbers.