--- Comment #4 from Ryan Kaldari <> ---
For desktop, jQuery UI is fine (at least until OO.js is more widely adopted).
The only problem is that mobile doesn't want to load jQuery UI unless
absolutely necessary, and Scribunto is used on both desktop and mobile.

There are two possible short-term solutions:
* Make jquery.ui and jquery.ui.dialog loadable on mobile by giving them the
'mobile' target in the module definition (and make sure they are only loaded
when there is an error)
* Remove the dialog code from Scribunto and just use a JS alert in the
meantime. Alerts are pretty unfriendly (since they take over the browser, stop
JS execution, etc.), but since it's such a limited use, it might be OK for a
short-term fix.

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