This recent talk page comment reported the issue:
In the new version this should be supported by T197787: CX2: Apply the right target when creating a missing link
In the new version this will be supported in T197075: CX2: Show link card for source links
The template editor in the new version of Content translation supports recursively accessing templates inside other elements.
This should work in the new version. @Amire80, feel free to reopen if you find new instances of the issue.
This should be working now in CX2. @Amire80, can you confirm?
@KartikMistry can you check if this still happens in CX2?
This should be solved now. If the issue happens again feel free to reopen.
Paragraph alignment has improved with the new version of Content translation. So I'm closing this ticket, but feel free to reopen if the issues persist with the new version.
Note that further improvements in this area are being made as part of T204308
Fri, Feb 15
It happened again, this time on desktop. The issue happens when I'm logged-in to Wikipedia, and it does not happen when opening the link in in-cognito window.
Thu, Feb 14
This works as expected. Since a modal was used, the "Cancel" button was replaced by the "X" icon which is ok.
Wed, Feb 13
We have plans to update this invite (T216032), which will help with the current ticket.
Note that we may need to also hint that users can start a translation anytime from the Contributions page (e.g., a welcome screen may be needed when users land in Content translation)
Based on the examples from the abuse filter it seems that these cases are less frequent with the new version (CX2), but they are still happening. I added one of such examples to the description to help investigate further.
Tue, Feb 12
I think it makes sense to hide the access to the discussion in this context. The user is accessing a translated version of the content and the translated version of the comments about what to improve in the original may add more confusion than help. For translations we are concentrating the contribution path through the "Contribute" action that users can follow to reach the original article (and the discussion about it) if they want to.
Mon, Feb 11
The tracking category on French Wikipedia seems that also accumulates articles that were apparently published without issues.
Fri, Feb 8
I identified a regression and captured it in T215601: Icons missing for the bullet points in the guidance page
This looks good. I'm closing the ticket, but there are a couple of small styling adjustments that I captured as follow-ups:
The indicators are in place. I captured in T215596 that the link target needs to be verified once we complete the initial deployment.