Wiktionary:LiquidThreads testing

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{{FULLPAGENAME}}115:13, 19 December 2014
Testing...1219:28, 4 May 2013
Test in1.17305:41, 14 January 2013
Testing...022:49, 3 May 2011
LQT2?005:46, 9 February 2011
more dots316:30, 26 September 2010
ಠ_ಠ507:22, 6 June 2010
getting rid of LQT201:03, 27 May 2010
yes...3415:37, 23 May 2010

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Thread:Wiktionary:LiquidThreads testing/API

Keφr15:12, 19 December 2014

Thread:Wiktionary:LiquidThreads testing/API/reply

Keφr15:13, 19 December 2014
 

Testing...

Testing LiquidThreads. All systems go.

Yair rand (talk)17:10, 17 May 2010

this so need to be added to BP

Prince Kassad17:11, 17 May 2010

I am under the impression you'd need to hold a discussion thereon first. What does bumping a thread do or not do?

Conrad.Irwin17:13, 17 May 2010

I think it moves it to the top of that table of contents.

Prince Kassad17:13, 17 May 2010
 

Bumping a thread moves the thread to the top of the page.

Yair rand17:14, 17 May 2010

oh c'est très interessante... je veux savoir qu'est-ce que "Link to" est "Drag to new location".

Prince Kassad17:16, 17 May 2010

They are 2 false friends: draguer#French & location#French.

JackPotte09:03, 23 May 2010
 
 
 

test?

Thwblueboy14:26, 1 June 2011
 
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Last edit: 19:28, 4 May 2013

Hm, I wonder what {{infl}} does inside a thread...

(removed, causes script error —CodeCat 19:28, 4 May 2013 (UTC))

Yair rand (talk)16:43, 30 May 2010

Okay, this is weird.

Pikolas17:53, 19 June 2010

Can't help it...

Test.

There. I've done it.

Bennylin13:32, 19 August 2010

bump

Bequwbot13:16, 6 September 2010
 

Quick test

anon07:13, 19 April 2012
 
 
 
 

Test in1.17

Test

Thurs20:42, 17 February 2011

Test

Thurs20:42, 17 February 2011

...

Yair rand (talk)05:41, 14 January 2013
 

Testing...

What happens when two threads have the same subject?

RuakhTALK22:49, 3 May 2011
Hmmm...

Apparently LQT is "undergoing major re-engineering" and that they'll start piloting the new version "hopefully by the end of March".

Interesting screenshot. I think it will be an improvement, minus the avatars.

Yair rand (talk)05:46, 9 February 2011

Bug: When I tried to "start a new discussion" (this one) and set the subject but include no content in the box where I'm now typing this, the action=submit page I got had no visible content. (I didn't check the source code.)

​—msh21018:03, 17 May 2010
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Please report bugs at https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=liquid+threads - maybe they'll fix them.

Conrad.Irwin18:05, 17 May 2010

testing YR's new bug

Bequwbot13:24, 6 September 2010

testing again to see if Firefox behaves differently than Chrome did.

Bequw τ03:18, 7 September 2010
 
 
 

ಠ_ಠ

Daniel.08:04, 18 May 2010

does this work too?

Internoob (DiscCont)23:38, 21 May 2010

ಠ_ಠ

Daniel.17:20, 22 May 2010

That looks really ugly on this page (which is Special:NewMessages) because the box falls out of the box...

Conrad.Irwin18:36, 30 May 2010

Ooh, even stranger - once I've marked it as read, the speech box box takes up the full width.

Conrad.Irwin18:36, 30 May 2010

ಠ_ಠ

Daniel.07:22, 6 June 2010
 
 
 
 
 

getting rid of LQT

Erm, how to get the Sandbox back to normal?

  AugPi00:53, 27 May 2010

To remove LQT from a page, click the [Edit↑] button at the bottom of the header, and remove {{#useliquidthreads:1}} from the page.

Yair rand (talk)01:00, 27 May 2010

Thank you! It worked!

  AugPi01:03, 27 May 2010
 
 

no

Prince Kassad08:40, 17 May 2010

I appear to have become some sort of message which is not delivered through the conventional editing of my user page. Why is it so? What is its purpose? Is it going to supplant our traditional way of addressing each other (on user talk pages)?

The uſer hight Bogorm converſation16:52, 17 May 2010

Say hello to LiquidThreads.

It has been installed now, as I already announced on the BP. Yes, it will be the new way to leave messages, and you will have to live with it.

Prince Kassad16:56, 17 May 2010

...

​—msh21017:52, 17 May 2010
 
 

New messages can still be posted on your talk page I think. The so called new messages only mean that someone has responded to your post in a liquid thread.

Dan Polansky17:31, 17 May 2010
 

testing some more. <abcd>

Equinox 17:05, 17 May 2010

erm, what did that move do? It looks like the destination and the origin were the same.

Prince Kassad17:06, 17 May 2010

I bump this thread, apparently.

Conrad.Irwin17:07, 17 May 2010

Now I don't bump this thread.

Conrad.Irwin17:09, 17 May 2010

Me, either. :-)

RuakhTALK17:11, 17 May 2010
 
 

I dunno. I think I hacked it.

Equinox 17:10, 17 May 2010
 
 

Maybe Wiktionary:LiquidThreads testing should be used for testing, as Wiktionary:Sandbox doesn't have LQT turned on, hm?

Yair rand17:07, 17 May 2010

I moved the thread there. It should now be easily accessible.

Prince Kassad17:08, 17 May 2010
 

A post, testing one. The signature is shown automatically; not too bad.

Dan Polansky17:13, 17 May 2010
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Last edit: 17:28, 17 May 2010

And there is a hyperlink next to "my watchlist" that notifies me of new messages. Now this is seriously cool. And I do not have to worry about accidentally editing someone else's post. The interface informs other users that I have edited my post after having posted it.

Dan Polansky17:21, 17 May 2010

Well there's one problem... the edittools don't work at all for LQT. That seriously needs to be fixed.

Prince Kassad17:23, 17 May 2010

Meh. "This thread has new posts. Update" Interesting, isn't it?

Yair rand (talk)17:24, 17 May 2010
 

That's because, when I wrote the JavaScript that handles them, it never occurred to me that they might ever be inserted dynamically into an existing page. And even if it had occurred to me, I probably would have assumed they'd be inserted by JavaScript that could then invoke the JavaScript that handles them. Update: Actually, now that I think about it, what I wrote was just a replacement for previously-existing JavaScript that had already made that assumption. So it's not my fault! :-P

Does anyone know if LQT has any JS hooks or callbacks or anything like that? Is there any way to get it to call the code that handles the edit-tools? I really don't want to write JS that will just poll the page every so often to see if suddenly the edit-tools are in it.

RuakhTALK22:12, 17 May 2010
 
 

...

​—msh21017:51, 17 May 2010
 

btw: beware, liquidthreads do not work at all in IE6.

Prince Kassad17:34, 17 May 2010

Nothing works at all in IE 6.

Equinox 17:44, 17 May 2010

...

​—msh21017:51, 17 May 2010

(tongue-in-cheek ;) ) Msh210 are you our resident ellipsis man or something? xD

50 Xylophone Players talk20:40, 21 May 2010
 

A post with three dots. Odd. :)

Yair rand (talk)17:52, 17 May 2010

more like a dot with three posts

17:52, 17 May 201017:56, 17 May 2010
 

Testing.

 Michael Z. 2010-05-22 16:16 z16:16, 22 May 2010
 
 
 

Are there smileys? I mean emoticons, like in forums.

Vahagn Petrosyan09:01, 18 May 2010

Well, yes. smiley.png

Daniel.09:17, 18 May 2010

Yeah, except that you just added [[File:smiley.png|15px]]. :)

Yair rand (talk)23:02, 18 May 2010

Which turns out to be a perfect smiley. :)

Daniel.23:06, 18 May 2010

The point Yair is making (well from how I see it :-) ) is that it'd cool if typing :), :( , >:(, >:) :D, etc actually yielded emoticons as they in some chatrooms and fora. Btw, this is still awesome though! ^^

50 Xylophone Players talk20:37, 21 May 2010