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@Jan_Dittrich now that the label is above the input do we put placeholder text inside the input field or leave it empty?
Mon, Jan 14
Can someone please provide the text for the page (at least title and subtitle) so I don't have to type it looking at the specs?
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@gabriel-wmde I've looked at the banners through sauce labs and tried things in the dev tools to fix the IE background image.
What I pushed to git was a solution I found there but it was for a specific resolution and it probably didn't work overall, sorry. :/
I like the idea of replacing the image with background color. I just checked the colors from the image and background: linear-gradient( -60deg, #009DE0 50%, #0085D0 50% ) looks exactly like the current background minus the little purple stars.
Thu, Dec 27
@kai.nissen @tmletzko @Tobias_Schumann_WMDE
@tmletzko I've updated the banners to be based on 25 var and put them on Central Notice. Please take a look again.
@tmletzko this says banners are based on test 25. I had a look at 29 banners and they are based on ctrl of 28.
So do they have to be based on 25 var really, or 28 var?
I'm not sure if this has gone live. @kai.nissen do you know?
Dec 21 2018
Dec 20 2018
we reintroduce the form field check marks for indicating field value validity. We lost this feature with one deployment, I guess.
@kai.nissen I vaguely remember this being advice from UX. The reason behind it was mainly that the check marks don't really make sense for some fields like Vorname and Name for example.
Ok, banners are updated. I tried to address all of the comments.
Dec 19 2018
@tmletzko the changes are applied to the banners and are on CN now.
Dec 18 2018
Dec 16 2018
Dec 14 2018
@kai.nissen Ok it's updated again.
@kai.nissen I've updated the banners
@kai.nissen banners are deployed on wikipedia.de for you to test. I've updated the links in the AC.
Apple doesn't allow third party rendering engines, which means any browser on an Apple device uses the Safari rendering engine WebKit. Therefor there shouldn't be major differences of how a page is rendered on different browsers. As long as it looks ok on Safari then it should be fine on the rest of the browsers on an iPad.
The Dev tools emulators might be just simulating the exact resolution of the few iPads out there.
@tmletzko @Tobias_Schumann_WMDE I can't reproduce this on Chrome and Firefox on my laptop. The button label is always displayed in one row, there isn't much space on both sides of the label though.
I also looked at the banner on my iPad yesterday and it looked fine.
I'm not sure what else to do, do you want me to work on this to achieve some different result? What's the desired outcome if the banner looks fine on a real ipad?
@tmletzko hmm I don't really know. The iPad view in the Dev tools of Chrome is supposed to be the closest to the real deal.
On your real iPad do you open the banner on Safari or also on Firefox/Chrome? That might be the difference.
Also what exactly are the problems with the button?
Dec 13 2018
@kai.nissen @tmletzko I put the banners on CN for you to have a look. Please check it in a real ipad resolution ( like using the dev tools ipad view or a real iPad )
I've added the progress bar text to both var and ctrl.