The Filter "Logged Actions" needs better granularity / subpoints: 1) user creation log 2) block log 3) all the rest. So that I can disable 1) and/or 2) with 3) still being displayed. ~~~~
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The Filter "Logged Actions" needs better granularity
It seems that Special:Log covers these needs.
Änderungen durch einen bestimmten Bot von der Beobachtungsliste nehmen
Wie kann ich das machen?
[übersetzt mit einer Übersetzungsmaschine]
Im Moment ist es nicht möglich, Bearbeitungen zu filtern, die von einem bestimmten Konto (Benutzer oder Bot) oder von einer bestimmten IP vorgenommen wurden.
At the moment, it is not possible to filter edits done by a specific account (user or bot), or by a given IP.
Filter for page deletions?
Is there a way to see only pages that have been deleted?
The Logged actions filter will show you deletions and more.
Is there a way to block out user creation logs?
If there is, how do you use it, and if there is not one yet, I think it would be useful and should be around.
Help:New filters for edit review may help you.
https://abj.miraheze.org/w/api.php?action=help&modules=feedrecentchanges is also helpless against User creation logs. Jidanni (talk) 11:53, 13 December 2020 (UTC)
What's precisely the problem?
Filters for logs?
Hi. I wondered if there was a way to hide the deletion logs from the recent changes (or, as a matter of fact, any other log such as account creation log, block log, et cetera). Thanks.
Impressively SUCKY "diff" tools
Unintuitive in the extreme
No idea how the filters are supposed to work
Changes page shows a mass of changes that are unlinked to -- no idea what they even refer to
Being rude won't help there.
Kolejka stron oczekujących na przejrzenie z 3 ostatnich dni przekracza 500 . Nie widać tych starszych.
There is a technical limitation: the system will show 500 edits maximum. Or will show all edits done during the 3 days, if there is fewer than 500 edits.
(Automated translation: Istnieje ograniczenie techniczne: system wyświetli maksymalnie 500 wydań. Lub pokaże wszystkie zmiany dokonane w ciągu 3 dni, jeśli jest mniej niż 500 zmian.)
Painful to style via MediaWiki:Common/SkinName.css
This widget, like others implemented with OOUI, is painful to style for wiki admins who maintain a custom theme but only have interface admin access. As far as I understand, the "correct" method for styling OOUI is described in OOUI/Themes and would require access to the server.
I think you would have better chances to have a reply if posting on the OOUI talk page.
Thanks for pointing me to the right direction. I'll give it a go.
The "highlight result" option in filters doesn't work well in dark mode
The highlighted row gets really bright and you can barely read it.
An example on the runescape wiki with settings (make sure that you are in dark mode)
This sounds like a problem with "dark mode". That seems to be a local hack feature on top of the Vector skin. Do you know who supports it?
I'm not so sure. I only know that it was implemented 31 October 2018. Is it created by someone on the wiki I'm editing on?
Possibly? It's certainly not a normal part of the Vector skin, sorry.