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We should also change this for MultiSelectWidget (not just SelectWidget) and thus getSelectedItemsData.
Just confirming, we should also change the plural, OO.ui.GroupElement.prototype.getItemsFromData ➞ OO.ui.GroupElement.prototype.findItemsFromData
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Nov 14 2017
I'd like to mentor this task for Google-Code-in-2017
Nov 10 2017
I re-read @Volker_E's comment and he has a point, too many skip to links is a problem. I'd say, by having just one, that is along with the Jump to links that are already there we could solve the problem at hand without disrupting what people are used to.
I didn't realize until now that this task was about Github representation :P
Nov 9 2017
I don't think setting the infobox to speak:none; for everyone is a good idea. There might be users who want to hear it.
I think changing this to Base80 from the styleguide, that is #eaecf0 should make it better, I tested it with a good screen in the sun so YMMV. @Pginer-WMF
what do you think.
Nov 8 2017
I'd like to mentor this during Google-Code-in-2017.
I'd like to mentor this task for Google-Code-in-2017 but it'll need to be broken down. I am thinking of splitting it up the following way:
Nov 7 2017
@Pginer-WMF, given that the new speech bubble icon hasn't seen any questions or revisions do you think we are good to update the notifications icons. This might be a good task for Google-Code-in-2017 too.
Nov 3 2017
Agreed, standardising vertical popup menus in tune with the toolbars makes sense.
Nov 2 2017
Developer account surely sounds less intimidating than Toolforge account or LDAP account. However, as you mentioned in the description, it might be intimidating for a designer, bug reporter etc. I do think that this notion is slowly changing with developer/code to mean anything that is involved with making a project (not saying its good, just saying its happening). For example Google Code-In allows design and research tasks.
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Oct 27 2017
In v0.24.0 and Firefox version 58 not reproducible any more.
Oct 26 2017
- Icon/badge layering:
Oct 25 2017
Example with expanded panel as scrollable grid
|Google Docs (Android app)||Microsoft Word (Android app)||Evernote (Android app)||Notion (Mobile web)||Mi calculator (Android app)|
|Android app||Android app||Android app||Mobile web on Chrome||Android app|
|Bottom toolbar for formatting, top toolbar for overall document actions. A simple expanded panel at the bottom with more actions.||Bottom toolbar which expands into a panel. The panel has a dropdown to change contexts like Image, Text, Highlight etc||Bottom sliding toolbar for formatting. Top toolbar is for the document.||This was a clunky experience. Formatting in notion is done through the idea of blocks, so you need to type a / to get a list of blocks. There were context menus too, but I couldn't really get them to work, or align to the edit I was making.||Not really a toolbar but an interesting way to do the expanded panel idea that @Pginer-WMF shared. Showing an full screen list of tools in a scrollable grid might make it easy to access and tap the tools but will take away from the context in which the edit is being made.|
A temporary workaround would be to remove the period if the local isn't en. This will still break the images but at least the links would start working.