The only code that I can not disable is found in https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Common.js. Could be due to some incompatibility related to any recent changes in the software?
Thanks for taking the time to report this!
Could be due to some incompatibility related to any recent changes in the software?
Only thing that comes to my mind is https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikitech-l/2014-December/079699.html but that got deployed on December 17th.
Can you please provide steps to reproduce the problem? Or link to some comments on-wiki where the problem was discussed?
See https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tech#Several_problems_in_es:WP for a similar discussion.
Please try clearing your browser cache. Instructions (in English) are available at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Bypass_your_cache#CLEAR
The other possibility is that there is a bugged-out gadget, but I couldn't see one when I was trying to investigate the issue reported at Meta.
Oh true, thanks, TTO! That discussion on Meta was also about es.wp - I had already forgotten. :(
In any case this is likely not an issue wiki MediaWiki code or Wikimedia server configuration, so I am closing this task as invalid. Which does not mean that we wouldn't help with followup questions here. :)
(I went to https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Especial:Preferencias#mw-prefsection-gadgets and enabled El detector de desambiguaciones but cannot reproduce any issues when going to a page to edit it.)
Ok, I poked around a bit, and I finally got an error message:
This is caused by RefToolbar gadget. It has 3 versions. It only happens in the RefToolbar 2.0a configuration:
- ACTIVATE: Enable enhanced editing toolbar
- DEACTIVATE: Enable wizards for inserting links, tables as well as the search and replace function.
I was able to reproduce it with that exact configuration.
The problem is not mediawiki, but that gadget.
Aha. That function live() has been deprecated for some years, and was finally removed a few weeks ago. I believe the modern equivalent is on(), although I'm no jQuery expert.
This is why people shouldn't ignore deprecation warnings! That function was throwing up deprecation warnings for quite some time before it was removed.
I've filed a protected edit request at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_talk:RefToolbarNoDialogs.js.