Mon, Sep 17
X is "auto-hyphenation can hyphenate here, and it's wrong"
V is "it should be hyphenated only here"
X is "auto-hyphenation can hyphenate here, and it's very wrong"
V is "auto-hyphenation can't hyphenate here, and it's wrong"
Sure. And also, there are words where you want to hyphenate in places you decided, not the auto-hyphenation mechanism. So adding this manually will be very helpful.
Sun, Sep 16
Sorry, I do not understand how can it help.
I'm not following why developers would be refusing to allow access to communities that have specifically reviewed and requested access for certain groups though? Do you have the phab numbers to review?
Of course, here you are: T188287, T187729. And also https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:AbuseFilter/90 and https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:AbuseFilter/168.
If it will be done, is there a way to avoid contentmodel change from something to sanitized css, using abusefilter?
Thu, Sep 13
As you suggested, without the parameter. It is not urgent know, because you solved the problem with encoding, but maybe you can thing about it. And also about the warning I mentioned. Thank you.
Still, you can add one more option.
Honestly, I would prefer just get rid if this ?download=true and leave the url as https://quarry.wmflabs.org/run/290198/output/0/html, which works fine despite having the exact same binary contents.
Very well. Yes.
Hi, @zhuyifei1999, and thank you. Could you please add an explanation somewhere in the output?
N3: About you asked: Last Quantum on Windows 7.
I understand your problem. Usually it's OK. But now the bug report goes to one particular person, that know all that. Here is your link: https://quarry.wmflabs.org/run/290198/output/0/html?download=true.
I do not see what to write here, but here you are:
- Run 27365.
- Check html output.
Tue, Sep 11
Thanks for calling me, but I'm the wrong person to ask this - I do not work with this wizard.
But I agree you should not spend your time on wikEd compatibility. The wikEd gadget has a lot of problems, and I see many complains that it destroys either interface or pages wikicode. Avoiding common work of these two tools is indeed a good idea.
Mon, Sep 10
Thu, Sep 6
Tue, Sep 4
Yes, it is so. I change local preferences after the fix, and then see them with wrong value.
Mon, Sep 3
I get a dozen this week, still from that edit a year ago.
Fri, Aug 31
Wed, Aug 29
- Add an icon "diff" just after the regular message.
(Crying) It blinks.
Tue, Aug 28
It's not enough, needs also padding 0, and yes, I also did this.
Hi. Sorry to see it was removed. A little explanation: I used, and I believe many others, to use this feature not because of colour and not because of extra space. It was because clicking on this area calls "open user's talk page un read view" instead of "open user's talk page diff between last watched revision and the current one". It is just not helpful - you can't recognize all the changes.
It is, indeed.
Sorry, @JJMC89, but I can see an empty patch over there.
Are you talking to me? I am not a developer.
Mon, Aug 27
Thu, Aug 23
But, an example
A named references defined in LTR direction<ref name=x dir=rtl>right-to-left.</ref> and reused in LTR direction<ref name=x dir=rtl /> ''' should generate a warning too. I mean, it should not be checked what is the value of dir in the instance without text.
Great, thank you.
Hello, @Huji and @Arlolra. Thank you.
But I'm reading these two tasks, and I do not understand something important. Do you mean that from now on a named ref should have the same dir parameter on all instances? Why? Who needs the dir in all instances without text? It's redundunt information and it will disturb the user to write it over and over again, I believe it will be better if the instance with text will be used for direction, and the rest must be without dir parameter at all, throwing an error message if they are. What do you think?
Wed, Aug 22
Absolutely. But looks like it takes years, so I suggested something simple until then.
I did not work with this table a lot of time, so I run a simple query to remember:
select * from externallinks limit 10
to see the schema.
I saw that el_from_namespace was 0, seems like all 10 examples where articles. So I used this field in a new query, something like
#... and el_from_namespace in (0, 6, 10, 14, 100, 118) #...
Run the query, get the results. Everything looks ok. Exported to pagepile, started to work. And only then saw links to talk namespaces. If the value of this field was always -1, and not unfortunately fitting one of actually existing namespaces, I would (1) saw it in the first query und understood it's not working, and (2), the second query was empty in place of bringing wrong results.
Summary: for now, all entries marked as they were in articles namespace, and it's wrong.
Aug 22 2018
I wasn't sure why query results looks weird, so I eventually found this. Maybe you should set this number to -1 or something in all wikis for now, I don't know.
Aug 18 2018
If they are not counted, it is fine indeed. Thank you.
Aug 17 2018
Most of them do not have tooltips, because hover works differently, or does not work at all.
It will not work on desktop version of mobiles
Aug 13 2018
Aug 12 2018
Hi. Here are my two cents. I'm an interface admin. I never mark on mobile "keep me logged in" because of security - if somebody will "take" my mobile I do not want the account to be used. If 2FA will be forced on interface admins, I'll need to mark it, to avoid 2FA every day. So it will decrement the security, not increment.
Aug 9 2018
Hi. Pay attention, that after the deployment many local preferences where restored to default, so the user values were lost. Looks like in notifications tab only, but maybe I just did not see it in others.
Aug 8 2018
You do aware that reference templates are not used for localization only? Even enwiki has them, as far as I remember.
Aug 7 2018
It took exactly ten years to add css class to ref tag for rtl support. :-)
Thank you very much.
Aug 6 2018
Thank you, I'll be back soon.
Aug 3 2018
Jul 30 2018
Jul 23 2018
I do not know if this can help, and if it is relevant at all...
In the last month changes in common.css work too slow. When adding a new style value for all pages, it takes at least 15 minutes to see them. Ctrl-F5 and purge do not help.
So, how long it will take?
Jul 21 2018
Jul 19 2018
Jul 18 2018
I had no chance to check it, because there were no flow edits in my watchlist. When there will, be I'll inform you if it works.
But announce and notification will be triggered on local wiki, I hope, not on meta?
Jul 13 2018
I just read a Special:Version page. From hundreds of extensions:
RevisionSlider? FlaggedRevs? ORES? Education? File exporter/importer? WikiLove?
Thank you, done.
Well, @Niharika, it happened today again, on the same page. And also, I get a notification just now from mediawiki.org - there the preference was always local.