May 30 2021
Jul 5 2020
Which comment there is #4438037? The anchor doesn't work.
Apr 17 2020
Any updates on this?
Apr 3 2020
Why it isn't broken in my sandbox (case 2)?
Feb 10 2020
Yeah, feel free to close it.
Thanks for taking time to reply, really appreciate it.
More details about "Reverting to platform default font would not be the best experience in many cases" would be appreciated.
Oct 7 2019
It seems to be changed in T175877.
Oct 5 2019
Aug 15 2019
It returns content-type: image/png here (using both curl and browser).
Jul 25 2019
Sorry, that must be a typo. Meant to add "MediaWiki-File-management" (like T26763).
May 9 2019
Feb 25 2019
Mar 20 2018
I think my question is, are these shortcuts supposed to work?
Mar 16 2018
If by CodeMirror you mean syntax highlighting, yeah, the bug (shortcuts don't work) is there regardless; just that Syntax Highlighting will give some weird visuals, like it's trying..
Jan 29 2018
Feb 10 2017
Oh Thanks for the detailed reply!
But neither Microsoft's Office online (I tried Excel Online) or Google Docs (tried Spreadsheet) have this IME problem.
Feb 1 2017
Also I did a quick test on cs.wiki (with an Android phone). It can redirect to correct mobile views of other language version of Wikipedia just fine (no idea how the reporter there has successful rate of only 10%).
I didn't get it. What's the difference between T156578 and this one? Isn't it exactly the same bug? Why reopen that and keep this (firstly-reported) one as low & stalled?
Jan 24 2017
Jan 23 2017
Sorry I didn't specify, I use Chrome 56.
Jan 22 2017
Not sure what's the technology behind Google Docs/Spreadsheet, seems to work fine with IME there
A showcase GIF
Jan 13 2017
Any fix on this? It still exists and is quite annoying.
Nov 19 2016
Oct 5 2016
Aug 18 2015
@Aklapper: Despite that ticket is highly related to this one (I actually mentioned this bug somehow there years ago), I think they're not the same problem as all. That's why I deliberately opened a brand new ticket to bring the attention to developers actually.
Aug 8 2015
Jul 21 2015
So I think this bug should be "Canonical URL should be /wiki/ links, but somehow Google doesn't honor it".
I don't know why the title of this page reads "Canonical URL should include language variant" (because it shouldn't). But anyway, I'm here to report the exact weired behavior mentioned above: