Magnus has fixed this. @Tacsipacsi, thanks for the direction.
Tue, Oct 13
Fri, Oct 9
Sep 11 2020
This problem seems have disappeared...
Aug 27 2020
Note left on Magnus's talk page, thanks for checking.
Aug 26 2020
Aug 14 2020
I tried the fix Nikki suggested above and it worked for me! Nice to have this tool back.
@Mvolz, I miss your version of CiteTool.
Jul 29 2020
Jun 11 2020
Note I was able to save at 18:28, 11 June 2020 (UTC) and not at 18:48, 11 June 2020 (UTC).
May 10 2020
Looks really useful.
Apr 19 2020
Completed for all properties through P6801 except for a few that have been reverted. Big thank you to whatever team got QuickStatements working again.
Apr 6 2020
Update: I plan to start running batches again today or tomorrow, manually removing any properties that have been reverted on prior runs. So far there are only 4 of them, so this approach should be manageable.
Apr 4 2020
Running the first batch now.
Yes of course.
Jan 14 2020
Dec 15 2019
Also, the label for P195 doesn't appear in the Query screen.
Nov 16 2019
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q62286812 Height & width
I’m seeing this bug now (units as Q numbers) even after purging.
Oct 15 2019
Sep 30 2019
Sep 27 2019
Mar 28 2019
I'm not sure how many times we have to say "we need to be able to record what is in reliable sources."
Jan 16 2019
Jan 7 2019
Because we have reputable sources that list the Phoenician names for historic places in Latin script (Gades for Cadiz). I want to be able to record this information.
Jul 25 2018
+1 This is urgently needed.
Jul 1 2018
Jun 7 2018
FWIW, that data I propose to enter is Phoenician in Latin script.
Apr 16 2018
@Esc3300 ... for the language to be created, or the names? I have every intention of adding the names myself.
Comment: Each of the ~68 cities listed in the enwiki article List of Phoenician cities would benefit from a <name> in language=phn statement.
Jan 20 2018
I want to say that this bug caused me to refrain from using centuries in this property for years because I was uncertain whether “12. century” really meant 12th century or 1200s ... and I studied German in school, so I am familiar with the German notation. Maybe I’m an edge case here, but if I struggled with this there must be other new users who struggle as well.
Oct 5 2017
This has been driving me nuts since Wednesday.
Sep 13 2017
Here's a file with muliple "formerly attributed to" values. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Attributed_to_Gregorius_de_Coninck_001.jpg
Aug 23 2017
I have also used this constraint type for https:wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P2341 "indigenous to", where clothing and dance in particular require an instance or a subclass.
Jul 19 2017
Jun 4 2017
I am also desperate for the ability to improve manually adding citations to Wikidata. I've done testing before and used to be a tech writer, so if anyone still needs a roadmap of how users would use this tool I can write something up.
May 27 2017
May 25 2017
I am consistently seeing an error in ISBN lookup for items published by museums. The museum is being imported as the author, broken into Last and first (last=Art, first= Metropolitan Museum of).