Fri, Sep 17
Follow up PR: https://github.com/wikimedia/wikipedia-ios/pull/4036
Wed, Sep 15
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Fri, Sep 10
@nadintamer Great point! I think you're in an impossible situation. I don't know of any good way around it.
Tue, Sep 7
Looks like it. thank you @Dbrant!
Another one (closing that one as a dup): https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T290370
@nadintamer I think the sharing text language will be the phone's language - which is how WMFLocalizedString handles it.
Fri, Sep 3
Couple emails about this in chore wheel this week, I'll let them know that next release should fix this.
Tue, Aug 31
Android (and possibly iOS) would be interested in investigating an earlier move to GitLab once CI/CD is possible. We have CI/CD workflows built into our current GitHub setup, and want to be able to recreate them.
Mon, Aug 30
Renamed this task, so it can be done as part of the wikifeeds expansion.
Fri, Aug 27
@lorenzodiana Do you see one now? While it wasn't there when I closed it (apologies), it should be available now.)
Mon, Aug 23
Submitted build 1837.
Is this related to Room updates?
Aug 19 2021
Original code was backed out: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T289295
Aug 13 2021
iOS is also going to be implementing this, so it's a shared priority for both android and iOS.
Aug 12 2021
@Heshan_Yodagama - You're absolutely correct. The specific behavior is "tapping the tab bar while already on the tab", not "double tap". Thanks for the clarity and how you've implemented it in the Wikipedia app.
Aug 11 2021
Moving to backlog for now.
Aug 10 2021
Aug 6 2021
Another report of this from a TestFlight user.
Hi! Thanks for taking this on!
Aug 5 2021
When following blue link redirects in an article in the app, the page displays perfectly but under-the-hood we're actually using the redirect page. When trying to edit the page, you simply see the redirect (if editing first section) or nothing (if editing another section). And if you try to edit the article description, it just goes into the ether.
Aug 2 2021
Jul 30 2021
Leaving this open in case it's desired to implement this for other repos, as well.
Do we, as app team, want to rely on a centralized collection of Wikimedia user-interface fundamental design tokens (colors were just one example, typography would be another)?
If we're able to answer "no", I think we'd go with that.
Jul 29 2021
I'm a bit unclear if the suggestion is that we package a JSON file in with the apps, or that the apps download a JSON file dynamically from a server (so that colors can be changed without a release of the app).
Jul 27 2021
Jul 26 2021
The "refresh after edit" issue has been fixed recently, which also fixed this problem. Thanks for reporting this.
Jul 22 2021
As of now, planning on inserting a section at the top of every article regarding this API - explaining it will be turned off starting on [insert date], please upgrade your app, and to get in touch w/ us (via a provided email address) if you have concerns. The nice thing is this works for both iOS and Android.
Jul 19 2021
My guess: This happens in Explore when you scroll down and Settings and search bar scroll off the screen. Can we always have these two available when using VoiceOver?
Remember that Android users will also see this - Android has far fewer users than iOS currently using this. But message should be generic enough to work for iOS and Android users, and include a mailto link to give us feedback if they can't upgrade.
Jul 16 2021
Not getting time to work on this, so throwing this back in the pile.
Jul 14 2021
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Jun 22 2021
Thanks @Dmantena. That all sounds wonderful. And thanks for the great write-up.
Jun 21 2021
Problem has definitely gotten worse lately, here is another: https://ticket.wikimedia.org/otrs/index.pl?Action=AgentTicketZoom;TicketID=11846347
Another report of this bug: https://ticket.wikimedia.org/otrs/index.pl?Action=AgentTicketZoom;TicketID=11840405
Video is in the ticket: https://ticket.wikimedia.org/otrs/index.pl?Action=AgentTicketZoom;TicketID=11792612#14312342
Jun 17 2021
Jun 14 2021
Video of problem:(on an iPhone SE on iOS 14)
(I cannot seem to replicate it on notched iPhone, on either iOS 14 or iOS 15.)
Jun 10 2021
Neither Sharvani nor I were able to replicate this by changing app article font size nor by changing system font size. Given that this is readable (if not perfect) and adjustments would be somewhat involved, we're closing this task unless we get wide spread reports of this behavior.
Jun 8 2021
Fixed in a prior update. This is now working.
@Legoktm Thanks for that feedback. We had discussed it with some folks from the Advancement team about doing it for the iOS and Android repos (which are primarily maintained by WMF staff), and then that expanded to all repos. I think you and @Tgr make some great points, thanks for reverting that. I'm going to put up PRs for it on the iOS and Android repos specifically, unless someone sees a problem with that.
I know Robin already has some nice ways to trigger this feature.
May 24 2021
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May 11 2021
Planned date to release to production has been updated above - this is going to be a 3 week cycle, due to Inspiration Week.