From English Wikipedia:
I've noticed in several articles today that the article title has displayed, in VE, on top of the lower border of the editing header bar. I've not noticed it before. I prefer to edit in a window less wide than my laptop screen, as reading long lines of text is a pain.
On investigation: if I reduce the editing window to the point where the Question mark in a circle to the left of BETA is underneath the greyed-out "Decrease paragraph indentation" icon, there's a critical point where reducing the window width a little more moves that Question-mark back slightly to the right and jumps the article title up to display on top of the lower border of the editing bar.
And a second problem: if I reduce the width even more, then the article title is displayed in a very narrow column. Look at Sengattuppatti, reduce the width, and at a point where the lines of text are still perfectly workable (perhaps you're working from a text open in another window on the screen), the article title is reduced to the extent of losing letters. Reduce the window so that "Tiruchirapalli" is the first word of second line (that's about 50% of my screen width, and a likely width for consulting a source document on screen beside the WP page I'm working on), and note that the article title now displays minus its last four letters. Not wrapped, just disappeared. Ugly. In multi-word articles, it displays as a column but again truncates long words - try Thomas Lumley-Saunderson, 3rd Earl of Scarbrough.
I'm using Firefox 22 on Vista. PamD 10:18, 22 July 2013 (UTC)
She adds that the original screenshots (truncated to hide non-free elements) demonstrate that her windows were not unreasonably narrow and that she "might well want to have two 50% width windows, one for the source and one for my article."
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