Regards --I'm not great at Reg Ex, but isn't there something we can just put at the end of the strings it checks for so that it only flags edits that add lines consisting just of language names, as opposed to simply containing them?I've already had to revert 5 such edits since this filter was turned off.
A sort order could be according to the set language and the property labels, possibly by using fallbacks for the property labels if none is defined. Assume for example that a person is mother to two twins you know nothing about, then you can create links to them but give them the content "some value".
Both entries will exist in the item for the mother, even if no data is known about the twins themselves.
/Ch1902 (talk) , 1 March 2013 (UTC) According to the item by title search, there is no item for site enwiki and page USS M-1 (SS-47).
However, when I try to create a new item , I'm told "Could not create a new page. —Naddy (talk) , 28 February 2013 (UTC) It happens to me a lot.
-- I was just wondering if we had any aim to logically order the statements rather than just list them in the order they were added.
It would be useful to have a standard structure so anyone passing by didn't need to search to see if the particular statement they wanted to add already existed.I've tried to make Media Wiki:abusefilter-warning-8 a bit more helpful, though. — Why do we block edits like Special: Abuse Log/4155?Did you know that you can make it so that it only matches if text only contains the language name (and nothing else)?--Redrose64 (talk; at English Wikipedia) , 1 March 2013 (UTC) Hey :) I know search is still painful so wanted to give you a short status update: We've rebuilt the search index today. In addition we've made preparations to run a script on the database that should fix an additional bunch of problems. We've also made progress towards using Solr for the search but there are still some ugly issues to fix. --Lydia Pintscher (WMDE) (talk) , 1 March 2013 (UTC) When entering text to select items (e.g.for statements), it might be easier if the lookup function wouldn't be case-sensitive.It always work if you press "Save" a second time (or maybe a third if you're unlucky). Espeso (talk) , 1 March 2013 (UTC) Happens to me maybe two in five attempts.