Thank you for fixing it so quickly!
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Just a little question, is there a plan to support this feature on RTL wikis when using the 2010 wikitext editor?
Jun 14 2018
I understand the importance of limiting editing CSS/JS files; However, I do not think the proposed change should be implemented on all wikis. For instance, I have sysop privileges on some small wikis, where I also help maintaining the user interface every now and then (for example, I remove obsolete unnecessary JS code from common.js, as well as local CSS fixes for bugs that have already been fixed, etc.) There are not many active administrators on these small wikis, and thus the potential risk of unconstructive edits to CSS/JS files is very minor.
Jun 12 2018
Never mind, I see that it is now translated on Beta-Cluster, so it probably just took more time than usual. Thanks anyway :)
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Hi, what is "weird"/"quirky" exactly here? That the text does not fit and is cut at the end? Something else?
Please describe actual outcome and expected outcome in bug reports - thanks!
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It will be great if this extension becomes translatable on translatewiki.net, but until it happens, I see no problem with translating it via the source code. Once this extension becomes translatable on translatewiki.net, these translations can be imported there by "FuzzyBot".
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Apr 30 2018
Patch backported as part of the morning SWAT today. It works great. Thanks Ed.
@Guycn2 The problem should be fixed now. Feel free to reopen this task if not.
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Thanks a lot, it works!
Apr 7 2018
Thanks for performing this change. So now it can be marked as "resolved", I guess?
For consistency, maybe we should also remove "probably you" from other messages as well:
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Mar 30 2018
- After the patch gets a "+2" by a reviewer and gets merged, it will go live within a week.
- master is always the Git branch to target as it will become the next deployed version. If it's an important change it could be backported to a different branch.
Thanks for your patch! :)
Done, thank you so much for your help! I have two questions:
- When will this change take affect on Wikimedia wikis?
- How can I determine which branch is the appropriate one for each patch? I ask so I can know for future patches that I'll write...
@Tgr I think I have succeeded! Could you please check it to make sure I haven't done anything worng?
Mar 28 2018
@Aklapper: Thank you, but unfortunately I still get the same error message, even without the dollar sign. Anyway, I will ask on the talk page soon, but I think it's better if you or Tgr will write this specific patch... Thanks again.
Mar 27 2018
In T190882#4086552, @Zoranzoki21 wrote:
I will work on this.