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Sep 3 2019
But what is the point in having that number displayed like that if it's not a limit but a suggestion? Moreover, there is nothing that tells the user that is a suggestion, and when the user uses more than 90 characters che field turns red.
Dec 27 2018
On itwiki both Watchlist and RC shows page categorization correctly.
Dec 21 2018
Dec 18 2018
On itwiki this issue affects the Special:RecentChanges page too (direct link).
May 29 2018
@Aklapper I've opened a task: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/gerrit/issues/detail?id=9101
Apr 26 2018
Sep 1 2017
Aug 31 2017
@Deskana after restoring Safari, the issue is apparently solved. I asked the user to take note of every edit in the settings he makes and tell me if he sees that something causes the issue.
I asked the user if he can reset Safari to default preferences and try to edit
I forgot to mention that he has the issue even when he tries to edit without logging in.
Jul 4 2017
I can only reproduce the error if the URL contains something "extra". I cannot reproduce it in https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mookie_Betts but I can reproduce it in https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mookie_Betts&oldid=88755040
Jul 3 2017
I don't know if this helps, but I've noticed that the red links in itwiki are red because the link has a class="new" that makes it red
Jun 30 2017
On itwiki the issue is (apparently) solved.
Jun 28 2017
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May 4 2017
I have this problem too on itwiki. But I've found out that if I untick "Expand watchlist to show all changes, not just the most recent" and/or "Group changes by page in recent changes and watchlist" in the Preferences the page loads correctly.
Dec 20 2016
I've noticed something else: (using Chrome) if I click "Edit source" tab when I'm reading a page I get the 2010 WikiEditor, but if I click "Edito source" from any other tab (History or checking a Diff) I always get the 2017 WikiEditor.
Dec 19 2016
Yeah, I've tried waiting using Chrome (like 10 minutes) but the new 2017 WikiEditor never loaded, I've always got the 2010 editor.
I forgot to mention that I have this problem only in ns0, apparently.
Using Chrome 55.0.2883.87 m, I never get to use the 2017 wikitext editor when I click on the "Edit wikitext" tab. I always have to click the "Edit wikitext" tab, wait for the 2010 wikitext editor to load, then click again on the "Edit wikitext" tab and I can finally use the 2017 WikiEditor. I've made a few try using Firefox 49.0.2 and I've always got the 2017 WikiEditor.
Sep 21 2016
A user told me he had done a copy-paste from a page in VE edit mode to another one in VE edit mode. Unfortunately, his edit was done on June, 21st, so the system has been updated on itwiki and I can't reproduce the issue.
I asked some of the users in itwiki if they remember how they have done the edits that added the <h2> tag. If the answer me with useful infos, I report them.
Sep 18 2016
Aug 10 2016
Jul 24 2016
Me, again. So, apparently the issue is still happening. As you can see in this edit VE has added new text, but there's no space between the text and the "=" sign. Instead, the space is at the end of the text, after "2014" and "[[Florida|FL]]".
Jul 23 2016
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Jul 20 2016
Hi, sorry for the late answer, but I don't recive phab emails anymore.
Apr 24 2016
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Mar 7 2016
I made a test, enabling the "email me when one of my edit is undone" and I recived the mail as espected.
@Catrope itwiki, and my username is Fringio.
Mar 2 2016
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Mar 2 2015
Ok, thank you for help.
Feb 28 2015
I have this problem using Firefox, if is this what you are asking..
Feb 27 2015
Feb 12 2015
Yes, now it works. Thanks for help.
Feb 11 2015
Understood. I'll let you know tomorrow if it has been fixed correctly.
Yes, I still have this issue. For example, here I can't delete alias "titolo" from parameter "titoloitaliano".