Use MobileFrontend

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Use MobileFrontend

Now that Special:Translate is available on mobile, MobileFrontend could be enabled on Translation is a not very complicated action, which can be done on the go.

Tacsipacsi (talk)15:10, 13 May 2017

Special:MainPage doesn't work at all with MobileFrontend, though.

Nike (talk)09:39, 19 May 2017

What’s the problem with it? Maybe that should be fixed—Special:Translate is much more used. Also I don’t think it’s hard to be fixed as Special:MainPage seems to have an absolutely responsive design.

Tacsipacsi (talk)12:21, 19 May 2017

Some of the styles are not getting loaded I think.

Nike (talk)11:48, 20 May 2017

Is there any way to make MobileFrontend opt-in through the preferences (for testing)? Or can I get the source code of Special:MainPage to test on my own wiki? (Currently there’s no link on Special:Version, please link to its Git repo there if possible.)

Tacsipacsi (talk)11:57, 20 May 2017
Nike (talk)12:02, 20 May 2017

Adding mobile target to ext.translate.mainpage.styles and jquery.uls.grid resolved the problem (except that it’s not entirely scalable, i.e. the header is at least 600px wide, but I think that’s acceptable); however, I don’t know if there is some reason to not load the ULS grid style on mobile.

Tacsipacsi (talk)13:26, 20 May 2017

I created a Phabricator task for it so that ULS developers are also notified, and it can be linked in Git commit messages.

Tacsipacsi (talk)13:26, 23 May 2017