Wed, Dec 29
I occur the same issue with this PDF : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:L%E2%80%99Aclot.pdf, wich has a dimension 0 × 0 on Commons, but recognized correctly (1 237 × 1 750) on wa.wikisource https://wa.wikisource.org/wiki/File:L’Aclot.pdf
Aug 20 2021
May 29 2020
@Nikerabbit I don't understand what you mean by "trying to apply correct direction", somthing like RTL/LTR? The entity #x202F; is a typographical char used in French and Walloon. This char is correctly used. To revert the last update does not solve the problem but gets around it.
May 26 2020
@Aklapper I tried to clarify the issue, is it sufficient?
Sep 3 2019
Feb 6 2019
@Krinkle Just to clarify that the problem we are affected by is present on the ''normal'' interface, not (only) with MobileFrontend requests.
Feb 5 2019
Feb 4 2019
Jan 14 2019
Apr 24 2018
@Aklapper, most of the files in the list given by the link above are < 100 MB.
Others DjVu files have the same problem. How to get a complete list ?
Feb 15 2018
I think it would be very usefull on Wiktionary,
where a language code could be stored for other modules called
inside a language section. Currently we must set it
for each templates used in a such section to build a lot of categories.
Yes, all seems perfect ! Thanks for all @jhsoby.
Feb 8 2018
Hello, I'm coming to take some news.
Jan 19 2018
@jhsoby It's correct.
We are only 3 users to contribute : Lucyin, Pablo (aka Srtxg) and myself ;
if you need a vote on the community page, I'll do it of course but in my opinion it's a lost of time because the result will be the same.
The discussion has been recently archived (15 dec. 2017).
I already asked the community (october 2017) but nobody answered (quite normal if there isn't many people there).
Dec 4 2017
Thank you very much.