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Add Citoid support to ProveIt
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Citoid is a service that allows generating a citation from a URL.

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Sophivorus added a comment.EditedJun 7 2017, 8:22 PM

I just merged my own implementation of this functionality ( hope you like it! I will leave this task open for a while to deal with any bugs or requests.

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Iniquity added a subscriber: Iniquity.EditedJun 12 2017, 9:20 PM

@Sophivorus yeah! It is really cool function. But I think we need to add "Button" instead of "Press Enter".

Also, CitoId can auto-select a template. In my opinion ProveIt must have this functionality.

Jdforrester-WMF set the point value for this task to 0.Jun 13 2017, 5:55 PM

@Iniquity I agree, the current interface isn't the best. Design proposals welcome!

As to the auto-select template, I agree too, and I have an implementation planned, will be up soon!

@Sophivorus Maybe smth like that?

@Iniquity Definitely better than the current solution! Thanks, if we don't come up with a better one, that'll be it.

@Sophivorus, thanks:) Maybe someone have the better idea :) For example 'Icon' instead of 'text'.

Sophivorus added a comment.EditedJun 27 2017, 4:42 PM

I added a button to the interface as you suggested. However, I had trouble making it look like you designed it, because doing so would require adding a third column to the reference table, and colspan="2" to every other field. In the end I thought that complicating the code that much wasn't worth it, so I settled for a floating button with a basic style, which in my opinion looks decent in this context. I also applied this button style to the "Today" button, making the overall look of the gadget a little bit more consistent.

Finally, I did some CSS changes to the List and Add tabs. I hope you like them!

@Sophivorus yeap! I like your button, but please, can you delete the tab's border radius? :)

@Iniquity Done, just for you. XD

Sophivorus closed this task as Resolved.Nov 4 2017, 1:44 AM
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