--- Comment #2 from Steven Walling <swall...@wikimedia.org> ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> Does it? It's not in most languages.
It is ideally supposed to be one line, but we can't control the length of a
translation. en, pl, zh, and others have one line. Other languages (es, pt, ja,
fr, de etc.) have two because of the string length.
We can't accommodate all the lengthy translations because you don't want a CTA
below a form to be wider than the form itself. If we absolutely want to enforce
no line break in the cta, then the proper resolution is to resolve bug 47392 by
moving the cta to the right of the form and remove mw-ui-vform's restriction of
width: 290px;. That is okay with me, but in the interim it should not be that
hard to prevent an unnecessary line break if the text is short enough.
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