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I've tried to replicate this in Firefox (70.0b10) and Chrome (77.0.3865.90) on macOS (10.14.6).
This might be worth doing as part of the on-wiki communication improvements.
Sep 12 2019
I can reproduce this on Firefox 70.0b5 on macOS 10.14.6 (but not on Chrome 77.0.3865.75). I imagine the priority is pretty low, though 🙂
I can't reproduce in Safari 12.1.12 on macOS 10.14.6; however, the description mentions Safari 7 on Mac.
Sep 10 2019
I can't reproduce this on Firefox 70.0b5 on Mac 10.14.6.
I just tested and was able to add a category on the Spanish Wikipedia using VisualEditor.
Actually, from T145710, it seems like this task was filed with the current interface in mind.
Although the button is still just labeled "delete", it is in the "table" context item and appears whenever any part of the table is selected, so hopefully it's now clearer that it applies to the whole table.
It seems like there's no interest in this specific feature any time soon.
On second thought, the bug described here has been fixed.
Also, no template needs to be involved for this to happen.
Copying a single list item no longer "selects the bullet", so it simply pastes as normal text. This results in more intuitive behavior; for example, copying a list item and then pasting it into an empty list item just results in duplicating the same list item.
@matmarex thank you for checking. Maybe it's macOS specific?
I can't reproduce this on Firefox 70.0b5 or Chrome 76.0.3809.132 on macOS 10.14.6.
This seems like fairly bad breakage, so I'm proposing it as current work.
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I checked all the affected articles listed by @Whatamidoing-WMF, and the templates in question can now be properly dragged.