Jul 11 2020
dewiki has made the change today. I think we found a clean and sustainable solution.
May 2 2020
Has this been reverted? dewiki seems to have the proportional font back. In addition, diffs shown in unreviewed revisions of a page (FlaggedRevs) did not use the monospaced font even before today.
Mar 29 2020
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Jan 13 2020
@matej_suchanek @Toni_Mueller that could be the reason. I found a link on dewiki's administartor's noticeboard containing enhanced=1 added on the day when the first complaints popped up. An user also already seemed to be on the right track.
probably the same issue led to inquiries at dewiki: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Technik/Werkstatt#Fataler_Ausnahmefehler_des_Typs_%E2%80%9ELogicException%E2%80%9C
Dec 23 2019
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Sep 7 2019
Just noticed this behaviour on dewiki: https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kohlenstoff&type=revision&diff=192062719&oldid=191962285
Jul 27 2017
It's simply difficult to read words which have linebreaks at unusual positions (e.g. after the first letter, this disturbs the reading flow). I often read diffs and would like to have word wrap only around spaces or something like hyphenation.
Jul 26 2017
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Jul 15 2016
Sorry, but at the moment this seems to be unusable for the article namespace:
- There is no way to set the widths/heights of the images - the gallery resizes randomly for every image
- The gallery caption size is a way to big especially if you have small images
- the extended mode (clicked on the center icon) is not very intuitive and stylish.
- mode="slideshow" and perrow="..." causes vertical scrolling
May 12 2016
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Nov 20 2015
This is because 2/24 = 0,83333... which gets cut to 15 decimals in the html form. But we check the &days= parameter in php to be exactly 2/24 which returns false and so the option doesn't get selected.