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I am a bit confused about what you mean with "incidental decision", are you talking about the scrapping of zobject-editor or about the JSON mode?
Wed, Jan 25
This task describes a behavior of the current "expert mode", which is part of the soon-to-be-removed zobject-editor.
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These style changes have been done as part of https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T327520 (adding the fit-content behavior to the ZMonolingualString component)
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- This should work now for fields ZString ZReference and ZObjectType. The field should fit the content and expand the way it shows in the following video. I've tried in all my browsers, but let me know if the behavior looks the same:
Re 1: Ah thanks!! That doesn't happen in my Chrome, but will test in other browsers and see if I can find the reason!
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Duplicate of T326738
Please take a look at the following acceptance criteria:
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Solved with T326656
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I wonder if we should hold editors from clicking 'Publish' as long as the required field/s are given.
@Sushrith_Bogi This task is currently under discussion/triage, so not ready to be worked on.
I think there's no bug here:
I did some exploration of this issue:
On edit mode, the ZObjectSelector is used for choosing a new language to add to the array of labels. That's the only way to add multilingual labels for non-function objects (apart from raw updating the object through the API), so we should not remove this selector.