[Wikidata-bugs] [Maniphest] [Commented On] T141567: [Story] Compact Statementview

2020-05-09 Thread TiagoLubiana
TiagoLubiana added a comment. Also, I believe that transcluding the text from T239820: Foldable statements for multivalued properties may be useful: Based on the discussion here:

[Wikidata-bugs] [Maniphest] [Commented On] T141567: [Story] Compact Statementview

2020-05-08 Thread TiagoLubiana
TiagoLubiana added a comment. Hello all, Contributing with an example: Covid-19 related items are hard to browse manually, due to a great number of values for number of cases, number of deaths and hospitalisations. For example, the item for the pandemic in France

[Wikidata-bugs] [Maniphest] [Commented On] T141567: [Story] Compact Statementview

2017-11-15 Thread Jan_Dittrich
Jan_Dittrich added a comment. Items with a lot of statements and the upcoming commons integration. Good point – if you come across such an item, please put a little screenshot thereTASK DETAILhttps://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T141567EMAIL

[Wikidata-bugs] [Maniphest] [Commented On] T141567: [Story] Compact Statementview

2016-07-29 Thread Jonas
Jonas added a comment. Items with a lot of statements and the upcoming commons integration. Connection between 'add' Button and adding a certain statement is not intuitive. TASK DETAILhttps://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T141567EMAIL

[Wikidata-bugs] [Maniphest] [Commented On] T141567: [Story] Compact Statementview

2016-07-29 Thread Jan_Dittrich
Jan_Dittrich added a comment. Thanks for reporting. If I understand it right, the reason is to save (vertical) screenspace. Two questions: Are there any examples where saving the space is particularly needed? (it is naturally still valid if there are none, it could just help designing/reviewing