VisualEditor: Wikitext insertion warning needs to be more visible
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The wikitext insertion warning now works, and is visible regardless of the position of the user on the page.

However, its color scheme is the same as other regular, confirmation-type notifications like "you've added this page to your watchlist".

Wikitext insertion is an actual problem, rather than "just" a confirmation or feedback notification. We need it to be more visible, possibly by using a different color scheme. Maybe not a big red blinking bubble, but something more noticeable than a white bubble with a light blue border.

Version: unspecified
Severity: normal


bzimport set Reference to bz52264.
gpaumier created this task.Jul 30 2013, 7:24 AM
Ltrlg added a comment.Jul 31 2013, 9:43 AM

Maybe closest to the mouse would be better. If someone edits at the bottom of the displayed content with a large screen, I’m not sure he will see the warning, too far.

WONTFIX. It's currently blocking save, doesn't disappear until clicked, and in the standard place for interactive notifications in MediaWiki; moving these around for the mouse (or cursor) could get very ugly and confusing, and the advantage isn't so significant that it's worth doing.

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