@mobrovac created a subtask to this.. as this is the parent task to move to Charter even in the print css.
@mobrovac Charter does exist in texlive-fonts-recommended
Tue, Nov 21
@pmiazga is the css font stack just "serif" or do we specific any typefaces there?
https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T177215 < the task description and even the epic task description mentions the button should only show on article namespace. did we miss the checklist when we were working on deploying this button?
Moved the content outside google docs into the phab description. this was workshopped with designers and is ready to go.
what is the width you are trying?
I'm not sure I understand this completely. What do you mean by link to the original file?
@ovasileva sounds good!
The smoothing is definitely looking better than earlier... thanks @matthiasmullie
Mon, Nov 20
I would totally advocate for #2 if it's a 3 pointer
I agree with the task description.
answered. sorry about the delay but I would put this as a low priority
difficult to draft and collaboratively create content on Phabricator, hence a google doc. or we can use a sandbox on mw or something but google docs is much easier to use. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1onPUoat3YoOx47aEG9MKmU8Y57tINo7uwDq-uq3CnLU
Thu, Nov 16
I just looked into the issue. It seems OOJS UI dropdown widget doesn't actually trigger select element using native OS UI.
Wed, Nov 15
Tue, Nov 14
I thought developers love breaking down work into smaller chunks... I wanted to avoid "sneaking in" design changes but I guess, I will!
Mon, Nov 13
✅ Check sad face when viewing a page preview without a summary
✅ Check the settings dialog with and without navpopup gadget
Fri, Nov 10
I kinda like the white too!
Non js browsers will have already loaded images due to our fallbacks e.g. noscript tag or minimum js.
@Jdlrobson I agree. I will update the description with desired flow. i now remember we said, when we have the download action we can actually trigger fetching of all images prior to enter cmd+P
Thu, Nov 9
Do you mean eye-con is missing 😞
Tue, Nov 7
Preferred solution is getting rid of the numbers in front of sections
I did notice some kerning issues with references that you can see in the screenshots below.
Mon, Nov 6
I will speak with @ABorbaWMF about this and update here but I agree this needs QA
Fri, Nov 3
Surely, the table of contents is even more important when printing, since you can't press Ctrl+F to search through a printed article?
Books index rendering I guess is whole another piece of software?
Thu, Nov 2
Wasn't there talk about removing the table of contents from print styles @Nirzar ? Might we do that instead? If so can't we decline this and hide the table of contents and save all the analysis?
Tue, Oct 31
sounds good to me....
it's contextual more than inconsistent.
yes! very happy
not really a good solution. not scalable if we need to add more options in future. horizontal components will have issues with long strings in few other languages.
not by design, it was at the bottom of the page saying "read in other language". maybe regression?
Mon, Oct 30
not sure. who designed this? we don't have any documentation by whoever worked on it I guess.
but doesn't the design depend on T169379 which is not in upcoming?
Oct 20 2017
This context was missing from the description. I've had to explore this myself and I now see that it seems to send the page to a wireless printer that usually doesn't exist. So yes, it makes sense you would not want to show it here.This would have been useful to know upfront when working on this task.
I can't speak to technical debt but I can certainly speak to ux part of this.
Oct 16 2017
Tried rearranging, clearing cache, and incognito... still
Oct 10 2017
Oct 9 2017
here's a revised version
Oct 6 2017
looks good, there has not been any visual change.
I updated the task description and flows to remove dependency on the backend service.
the new flow is simpler to implement. I have also updated the AC but PM should take another look at it to refine.
Oct 5 2017
where can I see this?
I don't mean to bikeshed but should we put the total edits cell _above_ the last editor cell? This will make it clear that the context of total edits is still the article and not the editor.
Our last edited bar has 2 major issues
- looks like one editor is responsible for writing the entire article. the last editor might have just fixed a typo.
- it truncates most of the time because it's not structured. it's just a string.
Oct 4 2017
I will comment on the flows later but just for platform consideration, we shouldn't restrict anymore because of backend service. as of iOS 11, file management is easy on IOS so it makes sense to have it on iOS too
Okay upon doing another review with simulator I think I understand what @TheDJ is proposing.
apologies for misunderstanding the meaning of "floating" in this context