Provides filtering and/or highlighting of editor contributions based on whether the contribution has been reviewed or not. Find the authoritative interface text (filter names and descriptions) for these at T149385. There are two filters in the group:
This finds contributions that have been automatically patrolled or marked as Patrolled by qualified users.
This finds everything that is not in the above category (including logged actions, category edits, etc., which users can screen out using other filters if desired).
**About the functionality of these filters**
- *Names and descriptions for these filters are pending discussion in T149385
- The current RC page shows users with patrol rights the ability to hide/show patrolled edits. This filter should work similarly, in that it will appear only for editors who have the appropriate rights.
- The current hide/show patrolled functionality can (probably) be used as the basis for these filters, though any hidden functions should be removed.
- Like all filters in the enhanced RC page filter UI, these filters conform to a set of rules that are, in some ways, very different from the existing RC page filters. The existing filters are designed primarily to EXCLUDE selected properties (in this case, my edits). The new filters are designed to INCLUDE those properties; logically, each new group is a set of OR filters (with each group of ORs being connected to other groups by ANDS). Which means the filters in this group follow these rules:
- To INCLUDE property A, users check the box for property A.
- To EXCLUDE property A, the user must uncheck A and check it's complement, property B.
- If NEITHER A nor B are checked, then BOTH are included.
- If BOTH A and B are checked, then the result is the same: BOTH are included.
- As per T146076, searches on the RC page are meant to be bookmarkable. Please make sure your search adds query strings to the URL.
- PLEASE NOTE: because English is unique in using the word "patrol" for the patrol flag, please add language to the qqq file explaining that translators should be sure that they use the right word to name these filters, instead of mechanically translating "patrol." (E.g., if Portugese calls it the "revisão bandeira"--I don't know what they call it, but supposing they might-- then the filters should be called something that would conform with that.)