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Fri, Oct 19
Thu, Oct 18
@DLynch Do you think this patch solves the issue? It's hard for me since the patch doesn't have details.
@Alsee, I am quite disturbed that you have made multiple omissions in your comment here, as well as an unsupported and inflammatory accusation. If you continue to do this, you can expect that I will not engage with you further.
Wed, Oct 17
Given the size and difficulty of this task, I'm afraid this isn't something that can be prioritised by the team right now.
Tue, Oct 16
This is great. Thank you!
Thu, Oct 11
Probably counts as mobile-related given that the above comments indicate it improves the editing environment in Minerva...
Hooray for iterative improvements!
Tue, Oct 9
Large-scale work on improving this dialogue isn't really in scope now, and its complexity means there's probably not much we can do in the way of small-scale improvements. There was a bit of discussion about removing it from the mobile visual editor for now—is that the approach people feel we should take?
What's the progress on this task? It appears to have sat here for quite a while, but I know from talking to people that the implementation is in progress.
Thu, Oct 4
Wed, Oct 3
@Ryasmeen This is high priority, but people are having trouble reproducing it, so this is stalled on getting more detailed reproduction steps for now.
Tue, Oct 2
Mon, Oct 1
Let's assume this is part of T157408, then. Feel free to reopen if this issue persists.
Yep, can no longer reproduce. Nice!
Overhauling and fixing these metrics is important for establish baselines for our work to improve mobile visual editing, so the Editing Q1 2018-19 mobile improvements tag does apply here.
Fri, Sep 28
Thu, Sep 27
I can't reproduce this any more, and given that nobody else could reproduce this issue either, I assume it was something silly on my end.
There's more to do here to get this to an ideal state, but this is at least an iterative improvement.
I can't reproduce this now, so I guess we have to assume that this is fixed until we prove otherwise.