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Sep 9 2020
I was able to change the punctuation settings from curvy apostrophe to straighter one (') on the iPad. Indeed, I learned from both sources (this one and that one) that I can go to the Settings app on an iPad. Then I should go to the General menu, press "Keyboards" and then disable "Smart punctuations" option. Speaking of which, the quotation mark became straighter again (").
Aug 26 2020
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Mar 20 2020
The author who created this task and has not edited for three months asked us a few participants of the deletion proposal discussion. We said no objections to deletion, though I said "no redirect". Shall the task be reopened, or how else shall the task be?
Mar 6 2020
Feb 28 2020
As mentioned at T190989#5924922, refreshing a NWE source page while using MinervaNeue skin reverts back temporarily to one of old wikitext editors. Then I found out that I was able to recently reproduce the issue on other skins, like Vector and Timeless. Seems that ?action=edit is used in address bar. BTW, I was using Chrome 80 (latest stable version as of date).
Tested the VisualEditor under the MinervaNeue skin. No issues found while refreshing the page.
Feb 27 2020
For pre-2017 WikiEditors: Okay, I hope. Tested out; seems that everything is okay for me. Somehow, the MinervaNeue skin adjusts well with older wikitext editors. If I were to click the "Edit" button, I would edit just the lead section, not the whole article. I can't tell whether that's a separate issue or already filed separately.
@Jdlrobson To go to 2003 WikiEditor, which lacks a toolbar, you must first go to your Preferences settings, then go to the Editing tab, and then de-check the "Enable the editing toolbar". Finally, save your preferences. Optionally, you can click the "Enable the legacy (2006) editing toolbar" option at the Gadgets tab.
Feb 21 2020
Oct 6 2019
for clearer understanding, here's the screenshot below:
Oct 5 2019
I tested the similar issue at one of random articles from ABC News website. If using an iPad or iPhone, click/tap the blue "Comments" button, type in anything lengthy, double-tap anything you entered in the comments box, and then scroll down. I captured the issue with the video, but the website is copyrighted. Therefore, I can tell you as much as I can in my ability.
Oct 2 2019
@matmarex The browse that was displayed in GIF "desktop site" image was Google Chrome. I don't think the issue is limited to just the Apple Safari browser, is it?
retested the Special:Search page on both mobile and desktop sites.
Good news: Highlighting, i.e. double-clicking or holding down, the words is precise at edit summary and "Email this user" page. In other words, no issues in those pages.
Sep 29 2019
Aug 31 2019
Aug 30 2019
Sorry, but the gerrit code didn't fix the problem. The issue still persists as seen below:
Aug 24 2019
Microsoft Edge Beta (Chromium-based) has been released for Windows 7, 8, and 10. I tested the Wizard with the Chromium-based Edge, and I see the icons seen in the below screenshot.Does the EdgeHTML-based Edge, different from above, still have the icon issue?
Aug 17 2019
Aug 16 2019
If you use the IE11 on either Windows 7, 8 or 10 (if 10, then enable IE11 via Edge), and if you enable the 2010 wikitext editor, you scroll up the editor and then see the grey lines. The grey lines immediately disappear when you move the mouse cursor or scroll down the editor.
May 17 2019
@epriestley I meant that I can't preview new or changed titles while creating or editing tasks.
Apr 27 2019
Apr 25 2019
Apr 24 2019
Apr 14 2019
I see that the feature has gone live, i.e. finally out of beta.
Apr 12 2019
I see that "Edit" changed into another pencil icon (seen next to an article title).However, clicking that button while enabling the NWE still results the same as before.
Apr 11 2019
Oh... yeah. Sorry, I wasn't specific or clear enough.
Mar 26 2019
I now realize that the "Add an  link for the lead section of a page" option is not part of the MediaWiki software. Rather it's a local gadget.
Mar 1 2019
@Liuxinyu970226 I recently repeated the steps at the Microsoft Edge 41.16299.371.0 (EdgeHTML 16.16299) on Windows 10 by dragging-and-dropping and found no similar issues there. On the contrary, the same issue persists at IE11 on Windows 10.
Feb 2 2019
Dec 23 2018
I would like to, responding to this task, write a separate task requesting a preferential option to disable/opt-out the puzzle (CodeMirror) icon, which would also prevent loading the feature. But then I figure that I would like to request it here first instead. It's almost similar to opt-in/opt-out function of the Beta Feature version of the CodeMirror feature, but it's not Beta.
Dec 1 2018
Nov 30 2018
That was toward those interested in this task, including you. Almost forgot: the Edittools at en-Wikinews has not been properly working.
Nov 12 2018
@Samwilson I guess I meant both.
Nov 11 2018
Can edits made at eventually deleted pages be logged as well?
Nov 8 2018
Can CodeMirror be disabled from IE and Edge? Must I create a separate task to request it? The problems using CodeMirror in IE11 still persist for months since Com Tech gave up on fixing them; probably the same for Edge.
Nov 6 2018
Scenario B now becomes impossible to reproduce, but I can still reproduce steps of Scenario A.
Nov 3 2018
The issue still persists when the VisualEditor mode is disabled, so I think the task should be reopened.
Oct 27 2018
Sep 26 2018
Sep 22 2018
Sep 5 2018
Not only Microsoft Edge, the icons are not visible at also the Internet Explorer 11.
Aug 24 2018
Aug 14 2018
Jul 30 2018
@TheDJ Can charinsert gadgets in other projects like Wikimedia Commons be also modified, or have they been already done?
Jul 21 2018
@Numbermaniac The issue with using the features in IE11 is worse than in other browsers; other issue you raised should be separated as it looks minor (to me).
Jul 1 2018
Jun 15 2018
VE is still in beta on Wikimedia Commons.
Jun 14 2018
Right now, I no longer see the feature in the "Beta" tab. I clicked the highlighter button on the toolbar. This means that the feature is graduated out of beta for LTR wikis.
May 21 2018
From Safari 11.1 (13605.1.33.1.4) at mac OS X High Sierra 10.13.4: