I believe that is what is expected, for any testing it may be useful if you can validate that contributions actually appear if they exist (on your test bed have at least 1 edit by an IP, then look at that IP's contribution while using non-advanced mobilefrontend view)
Note: "Advanced mode" is not available for IP editors if I recall correctly.
Possibly related to 720123 ? (@xSavitar?)
Wed, Sep 15
Didn't ptwiki just get this declined a few months ago in T261133 ?
Mon, Sep 13
Is there any sort of "Group 3" wikis? A problem that frequently comes across when ITSTHURSDAY is determining "what DID that ACTUALLY look like in production yesterday?".
Sun, Sep 12
Re-closing based on notes from @Urbanecm ; yes please add me to to the other ticket and I'll help follow up and/or make a shadow public task.
Reopened pending some information.
Sat, Sep 11
Tue, Aug 31
Trying the more targeted hack on enwiki now (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=MediaWiki:Monobook.css&action=history) - waiting for cache updates
Temporary CSS hack added to enwiki, may be overly broad
Mon, Aug 30
Wed, Aug 25
@kostajh - specifically that the default for the commit revision was changed from "save" to "publish" on the interface - the actual label on the button as illustrated here:
Tue, Aug 24
@alexhollender , yes something like that may be even better, but that requires a software change as no interface messages have been exposed for local project customization there - a "footer" message for example could be used. My example is somewhat abusing the "advanced options" long description field (when all you have is a hammer....)
As we've had some asks on enwiki, likely going to shoe-horn this in to MediaWiki:Mobile-frontend-mobile-option-amc-experiment-description
Sat, Aug 21
Those use cases could maybe also be solved with something along the "header" and "footer" type elements that are in wikisource pages maybe? The use cases being described aren't really so much about styling that element, but being able to have have a section above and below the wikitext that isn't disturbed by editing the primary wikitext; such section could certainly still be wikitext itself.
Aug 11 2021
Would have been nice to put this in tech news or otherwise communicate it (unless I missed this?)
Aug 4 2021
So if whatever template causes this is subst'd the problem goes away?
This isn't really about templates is it? Isn't this problem more of "Reply tool does not work on pages with unclosed elements / malformed markup" ?
Jul 29 2021
This functionality was available for years, was there an actual problem that required restricting this?
Jul 28 2021
Jul 12 2021
Jul 2 2021
Just ran in to this when trying to help troubleshoot a page for someone. Is there a ?useskin= option to use the legacy vector by the way?
Jun 30 2021
Jun 28 2021
So tech news went out, linking to this task and stating that they "now can" use Special:EditGrowthConfig. However on enwiki when trying it fails with "You do not have permission to do that, for the following reason: Community configuration is currently disabled."
Jun 25 2021
Originally reported on enwiki WP:VPT (c.f. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Village_pump_(technical)&oldid=1030421260#Updated_Special_pages )
Jun 18 2021
Jun 14 2021
May 24 2021
At the very least, including the notification when attempting to start a new edit or action seems at least somewhat better.
May 17 2021
May 14 2021
May 12 2021
@jrbs not sure why you left enwiki off your list, but we'd appreciate being in your announcements list.
Assuming T282624 completes, this will become invalid.
May 11 2021
+@DannyS712 who is also listed as a reviewer on 680822
May 10 2021
May 8 2021
OK, so this "leaks" that the content is suppressed as opposed to deleted; but for transparency purposes that might not be a bad thing?
Would a non-enwiki OS'er screen shot the deleted lines here (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Xaosflux/sandbox101&action=history) to illustrate?
Adding +2 reviewer @Pchelolo
May 7 2021
@Krinkle forgive me if I misread you, but if your suggestion is to load common.js up with a list of conditionals for "if page = x" or "if page contains x" for any page this could be desired on that seems like a lot of overhead, not to mention scalability, as this would have to run on every single page view - am I missing something there? How is this not equivalent to templatestyles vs common.css?
Wild guess that @cicalese might have insight in to this?
May 6 2021
May 3 2021
Apr 29 2021
if it is only partially done, then either retitle it to what is open and spin off tasks for what remains, or keep it open and prob still make said subtasks?
Apr 26 2021
Yes, I meant action=protect; the problem is on the UI page for that control
reminder to restore https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Flaggedrevs-protect-legend - once this gets resolved
Just happened again on enwiki:
Apr 24 2021
See also T89258
Apr 22 2021
Apr 21 2021
@DannyS712 I think you may have done some related work? I actually though that this was possible in the past? I see that the very similar T22399 has also been ignored for 7 years, preventing any way to unpatrol a page at all - at least the unreview function exists, but seems to be excessively restricted.
Apr 18 2021
enwiki BOTN discussion at end of hold, sysadmins invited to clear remaining on this list:
Apr 17 2021
Maybe just the bold by default, if it has a unique class associated users or projects can always add extra decoration.
Apr 16 2021
I've invited the ticket reporter to subscribe here.
Apr 13 2021
OK, as long as it is closed - needed - the instance of the user incident ("I can not log in") was resolved by them correcting their input error. There are no mediawiki or WMF errors here; that we don't really have user experience incident tickets tracked would be the difference I suppose.
Per https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Village_pump_(technical)&oldid=1017565531#Can't_log_in_with_Safari_on_iOS this seemed to be a user issue, inputting the wrong password. Seems to be related to the keyboard settings on their device confusing them as to which character they were sending.
Apr 12 2021
bold+emp+strike seems fine (see https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Xaosflux/sandbox100&action=history) (enwiki OS required to see differences - or rather lack of them)