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Jun 15 2018
@Aklapper : will some protective measures be taken to prevent this mass vandalism in the future? At least, some throttles should be applied (e. g. for mass adding of "Security" tags and for mass creating of tasks with nonsensical task names).
Jun 7 2018
Jun 6 2018
I have some answers for your questions:
May 25 2018
Added Wikimedia-Incident tag. The incident report already exists...
Mar 27 2018
@Tgr: that looks like sensible approach to me.
Mar 22 2018
Well, the reasoning behind this looks a little bit flawed to me. I can understand the basic idea of a new user right allowing to modify site JS. But:
Mar 15 2018
@ABorbaWMF : Ouch. The previews in your examples are seriously broken. I hope this is not coming into production.
Mar 7 2018
OK, it looks like the initial dust has at least partially settled.
Mar 2 2018
Mar 1 2018
The examples in the second paragraph are not about IPA/pronunciation, these are citation/source related templates. They are all saying something like "dead link" or "source required". Obviously this should be stripped. On cs-wiki these are displayed via the templates which all have a common span class, namely "doplnte-zdroj". But I am not able to find the definition of this class in a local MediaWiki css or js file.
Feb 23 2018
I have some reservations about the "fading" logic. Look at the following previews:
Some more complicated testcases:
Feb 22 2018
I changed the gadget definition from .mw-redirect to a.mw-redirect and it works! The gadget now works in articles and special pages, but not in the previews..
@ovasileva - T182321#3992796 is an example of an edge case or a bug? The preview should probably not accept css definitions designed for the normal article text. The above mentioned gadget may not be the only one that will influence the preview.
It seems there is some collision between the page previews code and "Zvýrazňovat přesměrování" (highlight redirects) gadget now. The redirects in the text extract are now highligted with rose background and overline. See for example previews for:
Feb 21 2018
You have also my thanks for the status updates and the prompt fix.
Feb 20 2018
I can confirm this bug for cs-wiki. The thanks notification goes to the last user who edited the page. Using Firefox 52.6.0 ESR.
Jan 23 2018
@ABorbaWMF the problem with the header of this infobox has nothing to do with this task. It's T168861. The infobox header can be inserted two ways: as "title" (caption over the top of the table) or as "above" (text within the uppermost cell of the table). In the mobile view, the first option results in a line of unformatted text as we can see here. The second option works as expected - the result is a formatted (centered, enlarged, custom colored etc.) caption.