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Support for WikiBlame should be added.

This way references can return back to just be "attribution of merit/additional info" and this CN apocalypse can end.

 

Also, some other piffling note:

  1. Shouldn't "Glossary" also be a category?
  2. Is it normal that guide sub-category is recursively infinite?
  3. Shouldn't UDP and port forwarding (and alike) also be grouped (category, sidebar, whatever)?
  4. We should have an entry for QoS (rules? priorities?). I hadn't really great experience personally in the past, but miracles seems to have been made.

EDIT:

 

Seems like Windows has its built-in QoS, based on DSCP

Of course there are some caveat, and Home editions need hacks for group policy editor.. Or this, I guess

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\QoS\TestEntry]
"Version"="1.0"
"Application Name"="test.exe"
"Protocol"="TCP"
"Local Port"="*"
"Local IP"="*"
"Local IP Prefix Length"="*"
"Remote Port"="*"
"Remote IP"="*"
"Remote IP Prefix Length"="*"
"DSCP Value"="0"
"Throttle Rate"="-1"

 

 

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Few new bugs after the upgrade(?)

 

Top bar icons

I know it's kinda obvious, but the new alerts and notification buttons are almost invisible and badly aligned. I assume they are just reused icons from wikipedia and need custom ones made?

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Editing page

Template icons are too big and lists are obscured by changelog text field

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Below is straight copy/paste from my common.css

 

Top bar icons are fixed by using the below CSS. I went through all four icons and made them end up looking like #999. Two of them have an opacity layer above that partially hides them, therefor the SVGs use #FFF when coloring those as that will end up as #999:

/* Fixes for the four SVG icons on the header, making them all #999 */

/* Icon 1 - Watchlist - Change fill color to #999, from #A1A1A0 */
#pt-watchlist a {
    background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml version=%221.0%22 encoding=%22UTF-8%22%3F%3E%3Csvg xmlns=%22http://www.w3.org/2000/svg%22 viewBox=%220 0 96 96%22%3E%3Cpath fill=%22%23999%22 d=%22M48 17 57 36 78 39 63 53 66 73 48 64 30 73 33 53 18 39 39 36Z%22/%3E%3C/svg%3E");
}

/* Icon 2 - My Talk - Change fill color to #999, from #A1A1A0 */
#pt-mytalk a {
    background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml version=%221.0%22 encoding=%22UTF-8%22%3F%3E%3Csvg xmlns=%22http://www.w3.org/2000/svg%22 viewBox=%220 0 96 96%22%3E%3Cpath fill=%22%23999%22 d=%22m34 33 26 0 0-13-39 0 0 31-7 9 20 0zM75.1 37.1 75 67l8 9-40 0c-3.3 0-5-2.4-5-5l0-34 37 0%22/%3E%3C/svg%3E");
}

/* Icon 3 - Notification Alert - Change fill color to white, from none. White becomes #999 due to some reason */
#pt-notifications-alert .mw-echo-notifications-badge::before {
    background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml version=%221.0%22 encoding=%22utf-8%22%3F%3E%0A%3Csvg xmlns=%22http://www.w3.org/2000/svg%22 width=%2224%22 height=%2224%22 viewBox=%220 0 24 24%22%3E%0A %3Cpath fill=%22white%22 d=%22M17.5 14V9c0-3-2.3-5-5.5-5S6.5 6 6.5 9v5c0 2 0 3-2 3v1h15v-1c-2 0-2-1-2-3zM12 20H9c0 1 1.6 2 3 2s3-1 3-2h-3z%22/%3E%0A%3C/svg%3E%0A");

}

/* Icon 4 - Notification Notice - Change fill color to white, from none. White becomes #999 due to some reason */
#pt-notifications-notice .mw-echo-notifications-badge::before {
    background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml version=%221.0%22 encoding=%22utf-8%22%3F%3E%0A%3Csvg xmlns=%22http://www.w3.org/2000/svg%22 width=%2224%22 height=%2224%22 viewBox=%220 0 24 24%22%3E%0A %3Cpath fill=%22white%22 d=%22M3 13.35l1.8-7.2c.2-.996.81-1.8 1.8-1.8h10.8c.99 0 1.6.867 1.8 1.8l1.8 7.2v4.5c0 .99-.81 1.8-1.8 1.8H4.8c-.99 0-1.8-.81-1.8-1.8v-4.5zm6.96 1.8h4.08c-.49.557-1.212.9-2.04.9a2.68 2.68 0 0 1-2.04-.9h4.08c.414-.472.66-1.098.66-1.8h4.14l-1.44-7.2H6.6l-1.44 7.2H9.3c0 .702.246 1.328.66 1.8z%22/%3E%0A%3C/svg%3E%0A");
}

/* White becomes #999 because of the 0.65 opacity on this CSS element: "pt-notifications-alert .mw-echo-notifications-badge.mw-echo-notifications-badge-all-read, #pt-notifications-notice .mw-echo-notifications-badge.mw-echo-notifications-badge-all-read" */

Also, here's two fixes to two other bugs I've noticed:

/* Corrects hidden category on front page being offset -25px due to the padding on articles for #main-content being overwritten due to rule on .page-Home #main-content */
.page-Home #main-content div#body-content div#catlinks {
    margin-left: 0;
}


/* Fixes .project-intro from going off-screen on widths below 1000ish, but above 800ish */
/* Wrap it around a min width to not break mobile view */
@media only screen and (min-width : 801px) {
    .project-intro {
        max-width: 750px;
        width: auto;
    }
}

The below is sorta like a bug fix/design change in one. The current behavior is just weird... >_<

/* ===== CHANGE : Allow left aligned tables =========================================================================================================================
 * 
 * This allows the use of style="text-align: center;" at the top of a table in an article to get all of its contents to align left.
 *
 */

/* This is currently set to Center, let's change that to Inherit */
table.wikitable > tr > th, table.wikitable > tr > td, table.wikitable > * > tr > th, table.wikitable > * > tr > td {
    text-align: inherit;
}

/* Let's set the default align to Center, to reproduce the current look */
table.wikitable {
    text-align: center;
}

Just to clarify: the above allows editors to easily align all text in a table (like the Kingdom Come console commands list) to something else than center. The current behavior requires manually adding a text-align override to every single cell in the table. That must be an oversight and unintended side effect of the current implementation. It prevents console commands and other lists better aligned differently from being easy to implement, with an insane amount of overhead attached to them. Here's a difference of the current overhead required to get the contents of a table left-aligned vs. what would be required with the above CSS fix/change.

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