On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 6:46 PM, Matthew Flaschen <mflaschen@wikimedia.org> wrote:
• *Click the "Edit beta" button* (without the superscript) sounds a bit
clunky, what if we just said *click the "Edit" button *(the guider is

already pointing at the right tab). Wouldn't this also be problematic
for those languages not using the "beta" label, like the Swedish
WIkipedia example you just shared?

Good catch.  It is localizable, but I didn't realize English Wikipedia was the only one with the beta tab.

We should decide whether we want to split the message based on this, or say just 'Edit' as you suggested.

On the one hand, just saying 'Edit' is the easy solution, but it may confuse people if they are prompted to do this as in English it says beta as well.

Pau, what do you think? My gut says we need to have the buttons match pretty precisely if we're sending users instructions via a guided tour. 

Steven Walling