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Ups, that was the wrong bug. I can't see the correct one right now.
I'm going to merge it in T109656: Feature idea: show active sites in a filter bar above list for now, so I can find it again.
Yes, I mentioned it in T100157: Better filtering by namespace support, especially now with the watchlist seperated per wiki it's much more important:
I think I need a tab next to filter and preferences which shows each wiki with the number of current watchlist entries and lets users disable, choose a color and set the order for each wiki. I'm just not sure how to implement it.
Aug 20 2015
Aug 19 2015
Should be much better now, next step would be one-time binding translations, but this isn't supported directly by angular-translate.
Aug 16 2015
Good idea, that would certainly be more feasible. :-)
Yes, sadly the watchlist API doesn't offer that directly. I would have to do a database check for each page to see if it exists without making crosswatch slow if the replica databases are blocked or slow (I don't like adding many database dependencies as those will break it from time to time. It's possible, but it might end up to be a bit complicated.
Aug 15 2015
Aug 14 2015
From the meta talk page:
On commons it would be helpful to filter sometimes certain users because they moved by hand 1000 files to another category but the watchlist just can show 1000 entries. So to see what other users were doing it'd be great to filter that one user out. Thx.--[[User:Sanandros|Sanandros]] ([[User talk:Sanandros|talk]]) 13:10, 14 August 2015 (UTC)
Aug 13 2015
Hey @NiharikaKohli, sorry for the late reply (I've been travelling and only had bad internet the last days). @yuvipanda and I happen to be in the same place for the next days, so that should give us the opportunity to work on crosswatch.
Aug 10 2015
Technically it would be no problem to add new items (e.g. every 5 minutes) to the watchlist. I agree that it should not cause inadvertently scrolling, so that's actually the hard part.
Should be fixed now, thanks.
Thanks, that means that crosswatch doesn't have the translation message for that logevents (seem all to be from Extension:PageTriage).
Aug 8 2015
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Aug 5 2015
I've added a expand/show diff button and a collapse diff button to each edit. Tooltip didn't really work, because there is quite a lot of clickable area with links inside, which might be a bit confusing.
Thanks, yeah crosswatch is currently not designed for mobile and I'm not sure how easy it is to find a design which works on both.
This is blocked by an upstream bug. I'll have to wait until the new version of angular material is released, which unfortunately brings breaking changes for me which need to be fixed first.
Aug 4 2015
Sadly this is stalled until this bug is fixed upstream:
Yes, that's correct. I'll have a look how the sitenotice/watchlistnotice could be done in crosswatch.
This is not the first time this has come up, but muting a section would be error-prone if I use the /* SECTION */ information (sub-sections, section renames etc).
Aug 3 2015
Hey, by mark all read do you mean that page titles shouldn't be in a bold font afterwards?
Hey, that actually already exist, clicking on a edit (the white/text area) expands it show a diff and some additional links:
Aug 2 2015
Thanks, should be fixed now.
Aug 1 2015
Jul 31 2015
It now checks if a page needs review for wikis which have FlaggedRevs. If so and the user has review right the diff and link to review the changes are shown.
Jul 29 2015
Jul 28 2015
Deployed, it now automatically shows a diff, if ORES predicts that the edit will be reverted and the edit was not already reverted. It also adds an settings option to turn ORES off.
It now has three buttons to edit, revert or unwatch (turns into a watch icon when pressed to revert the action). I'll add a button to patrol/review if the revision is not patroled/reviewed in the future. Also it shows the revert probability for T106727: Add ORES support there.
@NiharikaKohli thanks for the reminder, it is indeed going well :-)