Jan 19 2022
Sep 12 2021
Soda provided the solution to the problem.
It works now.
I am very grateful to all of you for your assistance.
Sep 6 2021
I tried it and it worked! The text is recovered. It is now possible to edit.
Thanks so very very much!
Thank you. So maybe that is what caused the problem.
If the data is hidden, is there a way to find it? To delete it from the "hidden" place and paste it into one of the current fields?
Or would changing the name of the field (as in your example) solve the problem?
As it is, the "hidden" data appears on the Wiki page but cannot be edited.
Sep 5 2021
Back from a weekend without Internet :-)
Thanks Soda, there is a user at he.wikisource who is dealing with translation of this page. We will use yours as an aid too :-)
Sep 3 2021
Thanks. I have to leave now, but will get back to this next week.
Did the experiment. The field "notes" now exists, but it is blank, like almost all of the fields on the edit page...
I guess that reverting "Mediawiki:Proofreadpage index data config" so that it includes all the relevant fields doesn't solve the problem.
Thanks, this is all very helpful.
I now see the change where the "Notes" field was removed from "Mediawiki:Proofreadpage index data config". I'm thinking of reverting to that, or to the earliest edit on the page, which was copied from the parallel page at en.wikisource (according to the edit description).
Thanks! The word הערות means "notes". Perhaps there was such a field. How is the API viewed?
After discussion, as an experiment, the above change to "Mediawiki:Proofreadpage index data config" was reverted by one of the beaurocrats. Now the Index pages all show the "missing" fields. However, they are still empty, and the text which appears on the Wiki Index page still cannot be edited. Is there any way to get to the text that is being shown? Where is it "stored"?
Sep 2 2021
Thanks! In the meantime I'll turn to the editor who made that change. Now that we know what it is, maybe we can fix it ourselves.
I was the editor of that page. I don't think I made use of "Scan resolution in edit mode".
But at the time I did make extensive use of "Table of Contents".
- I used it to include the full table of contents, which still appears to the left on the Index page.
- I also used that same element, before and after the actual table of contents, to include lengthy guidelines for editing the book, which were meant to be temporary. Since the book is now complete, I realized that I should delete those guidelines, but wasn't able to since the element "Table of Contents" no longer appears on the edit page.
- Here is part of the string in Hebrew that still appears towards the top of the page on the left before the Table of Contents: "נדפס בעמודים מקבילים בעברית (בצד ימין) ובאנגלית (בצד שמאל).".
- Here is the header of the table of contents: "הַתֹּֽכֶן" (also left towards top).
- Here is the header for "editing guidlines" (which begins below the table of contents on the left): "הוראות עריכה".
Jul 23 2019
Looks good now in the עמוד namespace! Thanks!
Jul 18 2019
I don't see a notice on the Main Page anymore :-)
Jul 5 2019
Hi, if the first one is pretty easy, then please implement it!
Jul 1 2019
Thanks Andre. :-)
It's been quite a few years since the last time I made a request like this and I'm rusty...
Jun 25 2019
Thanks very much!
I checked a bit at a few random pages, and it seems to be functioning normally.
Question: If we want to remove the Flagged Reviews function from one specific namespace (עמוד), where do we need to turn to for that?
Hi, as per the request by Reedy at he.wikisource I came to this page. What exactly should we know about changes to Flagged Reviews at he.wikisource?