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To report an issue with the Commons app, please visit the project on GitHub: https://github.com/commons-app/apps-android-commons/issues
Tue, Sep 3
The 90-character limit is merely a suggestion, and not a hard limit. There will surely be images that can't be adequately described in fewer than 90 characters.
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Aug 19 2019
Aug 14 2019
LoginNotify (listed on that page) is one of them - but that doesn't seem to match the code snippet you've posted.
Aug 13 2019
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Aug 8 2019
@schoenbaechler @Charlotte Done:
It looks like the developer preferences were being "overwritten" by our syncing requests with the user account, so that when you go to the Suggested Edits screen, your unlocked tasks are reset to reflect your actual user status.
Aug 7 2019
For QA: this should not introduce any differences in behavior. Casual usage and/or regression test of the Gallery should be sufficient.
Aug 6 2019
Sorry, we do not plan on localizing the Beta listing in the Play Store into other languages (currently it does not have any other translations).
Aug 2 2019
Yes, that is what it means.
Aug 1 2019
We have ended support for KitKat (4.4) nearly a year ago, since Google itself has stopped releasing security patches for KitKat nearly two years ago.
Jul 31 2019
Jul 23 2019
The patch that I worked on does exactly downloads low-res images for the gallery
The short answer is Maybe, but it would need to be a separate task, prioritized on its own.
Do we have influence on what’s displayed in the share menu
Jul 22 2019
@Charlotte @schoenbaechler We need a product/design clarification here:
When saving an article for offline reading, do we actually want to save all the gallery-resolution images belonging to the article, in addition to the images that are inline with the article? (This would enable the user to tap on images and view them fullscreen while offline, but it would also incur quite a bit more data usage and device storage upfront.)
Jul 19 2019
This will not be feasible, since pt-br is not an official variant on Wikipedia, just like en-gb is not an official variant of English.
This will happen for users who get the app from sketchy third-party app stores which extract our APK from the Play Store and distribute it incorrectly to their users.
A good third-party download option would be F-Droid:
Jul 18 2019
Jul 17 2019
I guess it's sqlite?
is the schema documented somewhere?
No. If you browse the database contents, it should be self-explanatory.
Your browsing history, along with most of the other app data, is stored in this database file:
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Jul 2 2019
Hello! Can you provide the name of the article that is having this issue?