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Feb 3 2018
Feb 1 2018
@Etonkovidova This is odder than what I noted! Surprisingly the user is given a frustrating experience more than a "THAT was close!" experience.
Jan 31 2018
(If I click the text-field ("Start new topic" or "Reply to foo"), the draft reappears. But a frustrated user might not realize this.)
Jan 29 2018
Jan 28 2018
One more instance of misbehaviour: https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Topic:U45jeh8j4emlg7j5&topic_showPostId=u6huhkonhdh9yz7a#flow-post-u6huhkonhdh9yz7a
Jan 27 2018
The change should be live in about 30 mins or so on the beta cluster.
Jan 23 2018
Jan 21 2018
Jan 19 2018
I feel empathetic while reading the following statement from a Quora answer regardless of the fact that the answer is a little old,
I guess the "Steps to reproduce" need some updation now, though I can't update them currently as I can't verify it. I'll update them when I do verify this but it would be nice if someone did it in the mean time :-)
Jan 18 2018
Jan 17 2018
Does this task really want the users to know "which compilation they're using" ? I don't see any mention about it in the task description or in the comments.
I guess this think needs a re-triage as I've updated the task description considerably.
Is this task about getting random pages with the following developer settings ?
How is this different from T183901: Reword post edit notification to reflect save->publish change ?
That comment wasn't as useful as I thought it should be. Here's a better one.
Jan 16 2018
Jan 15 2018
Jan 14 2018
There issue seems to be more deeper than I initially thought. I've updated the task description to document them.
Make promotion of the feature more contextually-relevant - e.g., promote the feature to users when they first go offline
Jan 12 2018
I even get the "Because you read" card for the re-direct page. I'm not sure whether it's a consequence of this.
This seems to be having worser consequences that just that.
Jan 9 2018
Jan 6 2018
I experience the same issue. I stated this initially in the talk page of community tech page. The only way I could dismiss them is by going to Special:Notifications and marking them as read. I did try restarting Firefox with Add-ons disabled and the result was the same. I also tried clicking on the notification using Chromium and it had no effect too.
Jan 5 2018
I guess the following comment in the previously linked Mozilla support post seems to the reason why it's not working for me though I'm not 100% sure about it.
Here's a screenshot for the issue noted above,
I'm sorry to say this but I think it's broken again on Firefox. Alt+Shift+S does nothing inside the "Save your changes" modal for me, not even focusing the "Publish changes" button. For more context see, https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Topic:U52m0fn4n52eoxvm
Jan 4 2018
I experienced the same issue some time ago and reported this with a screen cast in the Feedback board of the Visual wikitext editor but it seemed to not to have got any attention. I saw this on Firefox Nightly 59.0a1 on a Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch).
Here's another instance of incorrect syntax highlight: *#*:#. The last # is not highlighted though it represents a list item.
Here's another instance that probably has to be changed,
Jan 3 2018
Jan 2 2018
Also occurs in the following environment,
Jan 1 2018
Dec 25 2017
It seems the ones in the task description have already been completed. I'm adding one other minor thing I noticed, now.
Re-opening just in case the comment wasn't noticed.
Dec 21 2017
What I meant by this is are there cases where ( !(window.chrome === false) && browserVersion > 41 && chromeInUserAgent(userAgent) ) where the download button does not work?
@Jdlrobson Just for the sake of clarity, you meant !!window.chrome === false when you said window.chrome === false right ?
Dec 20 2017
I observe the same behaviour as stated in this comment.