Leading UI Standardization efforts.
As stated in task description, this change shouldn't have any visual impacts, as any former em based derived interface is still relying on unchanged parent's font-size (skin, extension, library, etc.) or root elements font-size (skin).
Tue, Sep 17
So it seems this got introduced in Chrome 76, here's the still working version 75 as comparison:
Is this possibly related to T64878: jquery.makeCollapsible does not handle thead and tfoot as used by jquery.tablesorter?
Mon, Sep 16
This has been resolved in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/oojs/ui/+/525522/ and was released with v0.34.0.
Caused by setting overflow-x: scroll
@matmarex Do you have any clues, what's going wrong here? That could make a keyboard-only (AT) user get stuck.
I'm not sure what outcome is really better in a mixed language interface. If I were in an English first interface, I'd still not assume to have Hebrew necessarily aligned with English just to make it look better.
@hashar That was the reason for tagging you here, yes. :)
Your take is similar to what I've had in mind. So the remaining question is, should we move infoBox to the web installer or just replace it, deprecate and remove it?
@Masumrezarock100 Yes, that's one of the long-term goals for this library.
I guess there's no more activity left happening here, right? @iamjessklein
Sat, Sep 14
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@Johan Sounds reasonable, with one minor comment “It will rely on class .warningbox for styling instead.”
Wed, Sep 11
Tue, Sep 10
Given the additional design review by @RHo on icons above, the in-product context precedes over purely following guidelines – with exception of 'search' & 'help-rtl' icons, which got already amended. Therefore putting this task on declined. Thanks @Iniquity for initial ideation nonetheless.
Part of this, as discussed in Style Guide meeting a few weeks ago is removing grid part of Typography section for now. It's not sufficient for aspirational character.
TwoColConflict seems to need additional class as well as of
Mon, Sep 9
Looks good to me!
No strong preference one, one thing though is, the mobile site doesn't use an indicated list, only indentation. But I think that is acceptable.