Example image is from frwiki:Histoire_des_maires_de_France.
- Using a medium-sized screen (mine has a 1366px width)
- Log in to a wiki with Thanks enabled
- Set interface language to French
- Show a diff from a non-anonymous, non-bot user
- click the “remercier” link (“thank”)
- Wait for the nice animation to end.
- The surface should now look like this:
The text wraps so that I can click on any link.
The end of the text is displayed outside the screen; I need to scroll horizontally in order to reach some links.
I think it should behave the same on any decent browser, given the existing CSS rules, but here is my UA string: "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0"
Both I and Romainbehar have experienced this bug (reported by him offline).
This became worse for me recently because of a zoomed Timeless where I have to scroll even for the “yes” link: