Last modified: 2012-04-19 21:43:12 UTC
User configured experimental features, such as Navigable Table of Contents and Dialogues need to be turned off, if a user leaves the usability beta.
For Firefox 3/3.5 users, if a user leaves the beta, the classic toolbar in monobook disappears as NTOC is remained turned on.
The problem could not be reproduced in IE or Opera.
Steps to produce:
1) Create a new account (to have fresh default preferences)
2) Opt-in to the beta
3) Turn-on NTOC and Dialogues from Preferences (Experimental features under "Edit")
4) Opt out from the beta
5) Open edit tab
6) NTOC is visible and classic toolbar is gone.
When a user opt-out from the beta, all experimental features need to be turned off.
Thanks to Trevor and Tomasz, the configuration has been changed so that opting out the beta does turn off all three features.
Was not able to reproduce the defect in all browsers
Created attachment 7094 [details]
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Tested link : http://prototype.wikimedia.org/deployment-en/
Version : r62215
- Clear the cache
- Connected to the URL
- Selected a random page
- Click on edit
This was shown in both Windows and Fedora environments. Cleared the cache several times and checked, but got the same result.
Therefore Reopening the bug.
Reclosing bug, this one is about production environments. I'll fix the prototype environments later today.