Feb 14 2019
We can also make the MobileDetect extension works with indicator, if this feature is implamented, an editor would be allowed to determin whether an indicator is visible on mobile screen. If he doesn't want to do, he can use the <nomobile> tag surrounding the indicator, then it would be ignored in Minerva skin.
Feb 6 2019
Since Firefox 65 released, all major web browsers except Safari got support for WebP format, so it's reasonable to provide WebP images directly to them. We can try to detect the request header firstly while the server received the request, then we decide weather sending WebP images to the client.
Feb 3 2019
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Jan 24 2019
I found a workaround for this. you can make use of <indicator> tag surrounding <templatestyles> tag to inject the TemplateStyles. In English Wikisource I used the following source codes to do, you can get it in this commit:
<indicator name="greek-text"><templatestyles src="Greek/fonts.css" /></indicator>
With this indicator the TemplateStyles loaded only once, but not affect any paragraphs. It would be nice if TemplateStyles extension can make the similar implamentation.
Jan 23 2019
Dec 5 2018
I don't know which fallbackfont inkscape used, and I don't know how to find out (except of trying and comparing resulsts).
For non-Chinese speakers, any chance to explain / show how the image should look in order to not be problematic?
The following image is also problematic in the Commons:
Later I saw GIMP repositery closed a bug recently for similar problem
In this bug, an user reported WenQuanYi Zen Hei font makes Chinese characters overlapped into one piece if he converted to vertical text layout, then the developer pointed that this font has broken vertical metrics, so they closed it. If we are using this font too, I suggest we should replace it by other approciate font such as Source Han Sans.
Nov 2 2018
Junicode is now 1.002.
Sep 10 2018
Aug 25 2018
I know what's wrong to me. Recently improves in Firefox make the usage of this HTML class restricted, so I sent a request in their talk page and the template now works! Thanks for everyone.
Aug 19 2018
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May 29 2018
You can get all these extensions from here:
Feb 25 2018
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Feb 7 2018
Oh... so how do you generate web font files while you receive these fonts? Why you bring broken fonts to everyone?
Feb 6 2018
I reconverted them into TTF format.
I got these fonts from Beth Mardutho website, then I converted original font files to WOFF/WOFF2 format in Everything Fonts website. Hopefully, they would works well as expected.
Jan 26 2018
Jan 25 2018
Dec 15 2017
Now all these links works fine in mobile phones and tablets, so I suggest this can be close.
Aug 24 2017
On Wikipedia mobile, I found such links is always direct to mobile editor now. In this article
The link [±] can open editor directly at en.m.wikipedia.org when you browsing article on mobile phone, not tested on tablet.
Oct 12 2016
You can see the example on this page when you open it on your mobile phone:
Oct 8 2016
On mobile pages, these magic words still give desktop specific URL, which may make some unconveniences for mobile phones, see https://m.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Magic_words
Oct 7 2016
This task is created due to a discussion on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template_talk:LSR
Aug 31 2016
I think we should pay attention to some works on this wiki, which implemented vertical writing modes on their pages: