Wed, May 26
@Volker_E good start. Can you add @media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) to the gadget-specific portions?
May 16 2021
Apr 10 2021
Yep, that disappeared as well for me.
Apr 1 2021
Mar 4 2021
Maybe someone could work on this as a possible future MediaWiki extension, but it does not get rolled out to Wikimedia wikis right away... hmm....
Mar 3 2021
@Aklapper I disagree with this closure. Sure it is technically possible with the abuse filter, but it is impractical to configure 400 or so pages where slow mode is enabled. On smaller wikis, yes, we can use the abuse filter. But on large wikis like Wikipedia, there are dozens of pages that could benefit from slow mode, like articles sanctioned by ArbCom. There is no way to get all those pages into one abuse filter neatly.
Mar 2 2021
Feb 3 2021
Hah, maybe just add this as a feature to confirmedit.
Feb 2 2021
Fine, then maybe just upgrade to slidercaptcha and do nothing else. The text CAPTCHAs are very broken anyway.
Unfortunately, that is a downside. We will still need an audio option. But this may be one step in the right direction, as it is pretty obvious that you need to fill the puzzle piece, which is a lot more accessible than the blurry mess you get from our current CAPTCHAs.
I do not know how I ended up creating two tasks from one click, but that appears to be an error. Can this task be deleted @Aklapper?
Feb 1 2021
Here is a CAPTCHA idea that we could maybe implement on Wikimedia (for visual Captcha).
Jan 23 2021
Jan 15 2021
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Dec 2 2020
I am a few months late to this discussion, haha.
Okay... I focused on one specific task at hand right now. Someone probably already asked this before but the task is located at T269210.
@Aklapper thank you for the feedback. :)
Sep 14 2020
@Soda that seemed to fix the issue, but it would be good if the documentation was updated to include that.
Aug 7 2020
I found something that can help with having dark mode on Vector/Monobook/Timeless/Minerva: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/@media/prefers-color-scheme
Jul 7 2020
I used Windows Steps recorder to try show you the issue in more detail.
Jul 5 2020
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Dec 1 2019
Aug 31 2019
The main problem is that going through recent changes on large projects like Wikipedia is a nightmare. Because Wikipedia gets thousands of edits every hour, it becomes extremely difficult to patrol recent changes for vandalism, etc.
@Aklapper wikiHow just upgraded to MediaWiki 1.33: https://forums.wikihow.com/discussion/28385/mediawiki-upgrade-coming-today-thu-aug-1-new-code-now-out
Mar 31 2019
So they can be stored in the database but they are deleted after 24 hours and invisible to all users. That could work but can still create issues with copyrighted content.
Mar 30 2019
Mar 5 2019
Oct 3 2018
Aug 24 2018
@Aklapper: this is on meta.wikimedia.org. And actually, I just realize that it is a side effect of another of the scripts I wrote, so closing this task as invalid.
Aug 23 2018
Aug 8 2018
This does not seem fixed, as this problem appears on Edge as well, and still does on the Wikipedia article ammonia.
Aug 7 2018
Jun 4 2018
Jun 3 2018
I am unsure about the source code just for RC patrol, but I do know the source code that wikiHow runs off of is located at src.wikihow.com
May 30 2018
Apr 21 2018
Feb 20 2018
closing, it may have been a problem with my computer :)
Feb 12 2018
Timeless is a skin that I believe is designed for Desktop. I think it is supposed to make Wikipedia look like other wiki sites (such as wikiHow or Wikia). I could be wrong, so please make any corrections.
Nov 16 2017
And the idea with url shortening is that the article name will be the thing after the url so that it is easy to enter in.
And w.wiki url shortening is disabled. Bummer.
I like domain hacks, and they make lives a lot easier. (Goo.gl/e) or (google.com)? (Group.me) or (GroupMe.com)?
Oct 18 2017
Great job getting started on fixing this!!!
Oct 6 2017
How about NoCAPTCHA?
Sep 30 2017
I notice that the problem is with some sites (like Wikipedia) but not others.
Closing, this issues appears to be fixed.
Sep 29 2017
Sep 28 2017
Sep 17 2017
Also... add ?action=viewsource so that editors can view the source code, whether or not if they have permission to edit. When the user clicks "edit", instead of saying "View source for "$1"" it should say Permission error: You have been blocked from editing or whatever MediaWiki:BlockedText says
Sep 11 2017
Actually closing, they show up at Special:BlockList
Sep 10 2017
blocked users see "edit" instead of "view source". And title blacklisted titles also see an "edit" tab instead of "view source". The tabs should say "view source" for the previous two.
Sep 9 2017
Closing this task, please put such requests on Meta, not here.
Sep 7 2017
My contribs (included my deleted ones). What I did was transcluded my user talk page into my user page, where mention notifs were sent. Then I transcluded my user page into a user subpage, where they were sent again. I left an apology on my talk page, but that was disruptive enough to get me blocked indefinitely from editing. I only have access to this diff (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:UpsandDowns1234/main.css&oldid=794971340). I transcluded the css file a while ago before doing this to my chat.
Sep 6 2017
Check on en.wikipedia.org. I have done it there, and I do not want to send mentions to the users here either.
Sep 5 2017
Also, see [//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Iridescent]
I transcluded a userpage with a bunch of links to other's userpages into another userpage. Do this on Test Wikipedia, it got me blocked indefinitely on en.wikipedia
In other words, modify the extension before deploying.
I actually realize that this should do the same thing as global locking except that they are given a link to unlock their account that expires in thirty days. Of course, if they contact a steward, then the account can be reactivated, but this will likely be declined unless if their account was compromised.