The second line of the revision rating box of FlaggedRevs is non-breakable, which causes it to be quite wide (at least 663px on my machine, of course it can be a bit more or less depending on the font). I don't see why should it be non-breakable, but it's certainly too wide to be called responsive. We shouldn't depend on MobileFrontend: first, there may be wikis where FlaggedRevs is installed but MobileFrontend is not; second, using a standard 640×480 screen, the desktop interface is more convenient (not to say that MobileFrontend doesn't turn on automatically on narrow desktop computers, only on mobile/tablet devices).
|mediawiki/extensions/FlaggedRevs : master||Revert "white-space:nowrap"|
@aaron, can you explain why have you added white-space:nowrap in 561b7eb7a136 (yeah, I know, it was over a decade ago…)? Does it cause any harm just deleting it? It’s pretty annoying when I narrow the browser window down to make more stuff have place on the screen and I get a horizontal scrollbar only because of this.