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|Open||None||T119252 To help desktop users ensure pages look OK for mobile, let them "preview" how it will look as they edit on desktop, regardless of editor|
|Open||None||T130237 Experiment with guideline markers in VisualEditor for mobile friendly content|
I think so -- this is primarily is response to some discussions with
community folks who say that they actually will pull pages up in a mobile
to see how they render. It would be nice to have this be part of the tool.
I've re-titled this to make it clearer, based on conversations but I could have misunderstood – please edit if so.
See also the gadget @brion made last year: https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/mobile-l/2014-October/008128.html (not sure if it was implemented for edit previews too)
Note that this is partially overlaps with T85587: Emulate mobile view on desktop preview page
I believe the team would need to analyze proper interoperability of the MobileFrontend componentry with this solution. This said, for practical purposes Tracking is probably a fine place for this at the time being. In a future state when this mobile preview would be on the horizon, people could be pinged on this task to figure out timing, work involved, etc.
Moving to Tracking on Readers-Web-Backlog for the time being.