This seems like it would make sense, it's a bad user experience for blocked users to be taunted for years with a "you can edit this page" message at literally every section of an article.
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As an example let's try Commons:De Kroeg, first I go to the desired page:
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May 25 2018
Ahhh, I didn't know that that was an option, however this concerns the way categories on Wikimedia Commons work by themselves and would also allow for mass-deletion requests to be more efficient (as much as I would hate to see them in general), it's more of a request to add "view all images" to category pages.
Well, that's a shame, is there a reason why the inferior mobile editor is preferred? It only seems to occur on Wikimedia Commons for me, and are the developers ever planning on allowing that specific editor to mark minor edits and edit full pages rather than just sections. The issue I have with using the "full" editor on mobile is that it appears really small on my phablet and when it works it sometimes glitches (zooms in and then zooms out automatically, reloads the page and deletes any changes), which happens quite a lot. Personally I would then rather see more features added to the inferior mobile editor which just seems to exist for the most basic and minor edits.
May 24 2018
Oddly enough after I click "Save edit" it immediately brings me back to the editor.
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Not sure exactly how to describe this in another way, templates can't be viewed with the mobile browser on the English Wikipedia, this isn't a bug, it's simply not enabled for mobile browsers.
Mar 21 2018
Comment, This mostly concerns linkrot, for a good example please see: