Meh, I'd changed the tab schema slightly. I'll look at this later.
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From: "P. Birken" <pbirken(a)gmail.com>
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To: "Wikimedia Quality Discussions" <wikiquality-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: Re: [Wikiquality-l] design / icons
Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 22:33:15 +0200
2007/5/25, Daniel Arnold <arnomane(a)gmx.de>de>:
IMHO the Coordinate is way better placed below
the title line in the
The featured article icon and the approved version icon could be placed
to each other (the approved icon in the right and
the featured article
would be placed a bit left from it) directly
above the title line (and
the site notice).
That sounds reasonable. In some articles, for example
, you also have the spoken articles
link, but this seems to be a particular feature of the german
wikipedia. I know the guy who initiated that project
(Benutzer:Longbow4u) and will talk to him on the weekend. This leaves
us with two icons there. Not really what I dreamed of, but it will
serve. By the way, the icon for featured articles is quite different
from that for exzellente Artikel.
Of course this would involve some small changes
to some templates in
but eveyone should be aware that such hacks are
not supported by
and that they can break anytime and of course
everytime you have a
site notice such hacks cause a problem with text
overlays (or small
resolution with a medium site notice).
So we could take this as an opportunity to get rid of these problems
very good point. ;-)
Yes, but we have to be careful not to step on everyones feet.
could add a cross in the right upper corner wich gets you back
to the originally state upon clicking?
Hm ok this would probably do it. Either a small cross or a small ^ for
retracting the small info box. The close icon should be placed in the
corner of the box, cause the mouse is pointing
there after clicking on
approved icon. So that you can close it fast and
OK! Everybody comfortable with this?
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