Nov 10 2020
This turned out to be due to edit links being added with a sysop-show div at https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Main_Page&diff=987899553&oldid=986033447 - so this can be closed
For what it is worth, I do not see an edit link there. While at first I thought this was because I am not a sysop on enwiki, I copied the contents of the main page into the sandbox at https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Sandbox&oldid=987964125 and did not see an edit link there either. It may be a client issue. Izno, can you try reproduction on other devices?
Sep 25 2020
A demonstration of this bug is now available at https://test.miraheze.org/wiki/User:Dmehus/Create_protection_known_issue
Sep 20 2020
Sep 18 2020
Finally this task is getting some attention
Aug 3 2020
Jul 22 2020
Jul 13 2020
Also, the current thanks log only shows who thanked who. Why does it not list which edit/logaction was thanked for?
Jul 4 2020
Jun 11 2020
Does appear to be fixed, likely caused by Thursday™
I was initially logged in, but can't edit due to session data. I try signing out, can't sign in. IPs can still edit though, take your pick on if that's good or bad.
This is actually on all wikis
May 22 2020
Good idea, could say [rollback] like how it did before edits were counted
May 16 2020
Since this is a relatively minor bug anyway, I would prefer to leave it until it's actually found out why it counts as 0. If it actually prevented the edit from being rolled back, that would be one thing, but it's not.
In that case, what happens if it should show 2. Does it show 1? Or does this bug only happen when for a single edit? All questions I don't have the answer to as I've only encountered it once, but necessary for a good and permanent fix
Danny's change seems to just change 0 to 1. I'm not entirely sure if that fixes it, though, for example what happens if you're really trying to rollback 2 edits, does that say 2, 1, or 0, or something else? I see nothing wrong with the quick hack as, but would it actually fix the problem? Because if 2 gets calculated to 0, then this code will change it to 1, when it should have been 2. Can anyone confirm what happens when rapidly rollbacking and then coming across multiple edits (if that's even what causes it)
Hello. I also encountered this bug while having to rollback around 50 edits. it said [rollback 0 edits] when it should be [rollback 1 edit]. Like the creator of this bug, I was also doing large edits. I don't see the connection between that and 0 instead of 1, but it is true. I am unsure if it always says 0, or just flickers about a little, as I was only reverting a single edit in all cases.
May 4 2020
May 2 2020
There should be seperate options for font in editing space and fonts in diffs, with the default being monospace and sans serif respectively
Apr 30 2020
Congratulations on the new update! Now all you need is a way to turn it off and you'll be all set :)