List of steps to reproduce (step by step, including full links if applicable):
- Open Wikipedia app on Android phone
- Open "Scott McKenzie" page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_McKenzie?wprov=sfla1)
- Open notifications
- Click on undo
- Try to enter text into the text field
In my Android app I got a notification that a user removed a link which allegedly wasn't working any more.
After hitting the undo button, a modal opened with a textfield, where I was supposed to enter my reasons for undoing that user's action.
Problem 1: The text I enter isn't visible, only a blinking black dot at the cursor position. It's as if CSS style color was set to the same color as the field's background-color. (The problem occurs in the dark and the light theme.)
Problem 2: That modal isn't scrollable, i.e. a) I could only see part of the cancel button and b) the text field, where I was supposed to enter my undo-reasons, was initially covered by my Swiftkey keyboard (the latter got better after repeatedly hiding and showing the keyboard).
Problem 3: On smartphones the mentioned text field should be a textarea in order to show more than just three words.
(I'd like to be of further assistance but cannot reproduce this using Firefox developers tools as I don't see an undo button there.)
What should have happened instead?:
I ought to be able to see the text I'm writing (in full).
Software version (if not a Wikimedia wiki), browser information, screenshots, other information, etc.:
Wikipedia app updated 29 JUN 2022 (cannot find any versioning)
See attached screenshots