Last modified: 2005-11-27 09:43:37 UTC
Normaly (99%) I use the same interface as the languages of the wiki's.
I noticed that the numbers of items in the "Navigation" menue differs between
# 5 items: [[lt:]], ...
# 6 items: [[en:]], [[he:]], ...
# 7 items: [[et:]], [[lv:]], [[ro:]], ...
If you change the user interface to another language then the une used for the
wiki you maigth have the following anomalous situations:
a) if you look at [[lt:]] with the interface in Romanian language you will see
'''more'' items then available: 7 not 5
b) if you look at [[ro:]] with the interface in Latvian language you will see
'''less'' items then available: 5 not 7
c) Because lack of coordination you will follow a link which maight be
"''labeled''" differntly, it maight have another '''content''' then you expect.
* The seccond navigation item at [[en:]] is [[en:Wikipedia:Community Portal]]
linked to [[de:Wikipedia:Portal]] linked to [[ca:Portada]] (in the article
* The last is the first navigation item at [[ca:]]. The seccond navigation item
at [[ca:]] is [[ca:Viquipèdia:La taverna]] linked to [[en:Wikipedia:Village
pump]] and [[de:Wikipedia:Forum]].
According to my opinion harmonising the wiki's would be the most suitable solution.
I have no idea about how to solve the problem "with software". Interlanguage
links have improuved but there are still many conflicts regarding these pages as
one can see. ([[ca:Portada]] maight be linked to [[en:Main Page]],
Regards Reinhardt [[user:gangleri]]
P.S. Please follow and or contribute to the discussion about this issue at
[[meta:Talk:Wikimedia projects]]. Thanks in advance!
lt has the community portal and current events links explicitly disabled:
this bug is referred at bug 2424 comment 8 "Sidebar should be kept KISS (simple)"
Bug 4088: preserve navigation and toolbox links regardless of select user interface
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 4088 ***
*** Bug 4088 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***