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Forgive me for what may be a naive question, since I'm not familiar with the codebase, but regarding:
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Aug 10 2019
Let me suggest a possible algorithm:
Jun 21 2019
May 1 2019
I'd really like to see this implemented. It's especially annoying in combination with T217914. If I mis-tap on my tablet, my desktop gets logged out too. I also have 2FA enabled, so it's doubly annoying. And, if I don't have my phone with me (or it's broken, etc), in a single errant finger-tap, I've inflicted a DOS attack on myself across my multiple devices.
Requiring confirmation to logout should be available, even if it's just an option you can set in preferences. On a mobile device, it just takes an errant finger tap to log you out, and that happens fairly frequently.
Dec 12 2018
Chrome Version 70.0.3538.110 (Official Build) (64-bit)
MacOS 10.13.6 (17G3025)
Nov 28 2018
There is a related discussion at https://wm-bot.wmflabs.org/logs/%23wikimedia-tech/20181128.txt
Please see https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Village_pump_(proposals)&oldid=871029729#Diffs_should_include_log_extracts for a current discussion about this.
Oct 16 2018
Oh, wait, it's even weirder than that. See the third screenshot:
Just to clarify, the references get renumbered in the body text, but they retain the original numbering in the reflist. This makes it really confusing to edit the references.
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I'm not sure I'm parsing your question right, but there are certainly instances where I tap on a piece of text and the insertion point appears there without the magnify box ever appearing. And, in those cases, I never see the insertion point jump to a new location.
BTW, I can reproduce this with both wikilinks (double brackets) and external links (single brackets).
No, it does not happen in demo you linked to.
If I see it again, I'll try to repro it with safe mode.
Oooops, accidentally created as a duplicate of T197592
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I think I just figured out part of it. I never noticed this before, but I'm guessing the "More" tab is a general-purpose overflow menu, for all items that didn't fit onto the tab bar?
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Feb 15 2018
Adding "&safemode=1" to the URL has no effect.