Hi, I am reporting this bug for another user who found out that Special:MobileLanguages (the page you reach when you look for the article in other languages on your mobile device) claims that the given article is available in x languages but it forgets to count in the article from where you are coming from (e.g., opening an article on German Wikipedia that is also available on French and English Wikipedia claiming that this article exists in 2 languages). He suggests two possible fixes, either saying “available in x <more> languages” (my preferred way) or “available in x languages” (which may lead to confusion in the given example with two lines where this article also exists while the page tells us that the article is available in “3” languages). As this is a general bug, we were suggested not to reach out for community consensus what to do.
There is a misalignment on this page
- Text "Billericay is available in 20 languages." should be replaced with "Billericay is available in 20 other languages."
- Change the label of "Billericay - Languages" to "Billericay - Other Languages"
- Remove the wrapping class="content " to fix the alignment issue
- Reposition languages count in the overlay, cf. T191562#4117933
Make sure it's 1pm PST 20th Feb to give time for this change to be live in production.
Compare the language overlay on beta cluster and production:
Other languages header should have changed.
Compare alignment of https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:MobileLanguages/Barack_Obama with https://en.m.wikipedia.beta.wmflabs.org/wiki/Special:MobileLanguages/Barack_Obama
In latter title should align with content.