Fri, Aug 16
Let's do #2 please. The fact that the article description is an incorrect size is a less important point than the fact that users can't read articles properly if they are vision impaired.
Hi @cooltey - as memorialised in the standup call, we will mitigate the problem by:
Wed, Aug 14
Oh dear. The naive solution - scaling the button text to match the available area - might not actually make these more readable on small screens. @schoenbaechler, have a think - perhaps we want to stack the buttons on small screens, for example.
Hey @cooltey - the other Echo notification types we want to enable are all listed here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Notifications/Notifications_types
Tue, Aug 13
@Patriccck - This is an extreme edge case, and as such is low priority. It is happening because the .svg image is not recognised as being part of the media that belongs to that article, so the gallery view opens up the first image that is recognised. This is a rare occurrence.
Mon, Aug 12
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Thu, Aug 8
Thanks @cooltey - I know it's annoying to rip out work you've just done, but given the constraints of mediaInfo I think this is as good as it's going to get for now.
Ok, so here's the way forward: we're just not going to show images in the gallery view whilst a user is offline. When users tap on an image in a saved article whilst offline, let's pop up a snackbar saying "Gallery view not available offline." The action on the snackbar can say "Dismiss"
Wed, Aug 7
Eee. I'm not sure that we're ok to hide the attribution - it may contravene the CC-BY license, but I'm obviously not a lawyer so can't say for sure. @Slaporte?
Tue, Aug 6
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Sun, Aug 4
Based on the response at T228588#5389351 it looks like there was a breaking change we weren't made aware of, that has changed the output for this extension, which may be the root cause of the issues reported above. @Dbrant @Sharvaniharan or @cooltey, let's pick this up Monday.
Sat, Aug 3
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Thu, Aug 1
Thanks for putting this in, @cooltey. When Robin and I talked about it before, I thought it was just the Beta icon that was the wrong size. Is it both?
Tue, Jul 30
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Thu, Jul 25
Yes, I will put in ready for dev.
Tue, Jul 23
In T226290#5357094, @schoenbaechler wrote:
Another addition though (*drumroll*): Can we display low-res images in the gallery (the inline article images)? I think it’s better to keep the gallery’s functionality rather than displaying the “Cannot connect to the internet" screen.
This is one of those times when I think a less elaborate argument would actually be more suitable and realistic. While everything you mention is true, @schoenbaechler, the very, very tiny minority of people who care about Nearby will likely not be satisfied with the argument that updating it will take too many resources away from editing (which they may not use or care about). Since they presently use and enjoy Nearby, they will also presumably not care that we have no plans to improve it in the future. So the final argument - the fact that Nearby only represents 0.03% of pageviews, and it is not worth it for us to maintain - is really the most salient one.