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         Resolution|---                         |WONTFIX

--- Comment #4 from Nemo <> ---
Thanks for your proposal and thanks Hatul for the patch. However, this is a
very drastic solution, highly controversial and unlikely to be suitable in
MediaWiki core, which needs to adapt to a huge variety of cases. I think the
current consensus is that it won't be accepted, so for the sake of clarity I'm
marking it as rejected (though the state of things ma change in the future).

Quoting Pau's comment from the patch (Pau is one of MediaWiki's designers):

> I agree that line length becomes too long on some big screens and a better 
> use 
> of space can be done. However, the solution proposed results in a layout with 
> unbalanced margins, and I'm not sure the width limit introduced will work for 
> any kind of page.
> My preferred way to solve such issues would be to make our layouts responsive 
> so that we could make the layout to better fit any screen size using empty 
> space or content ( e.g., adding the table of contents on the side for big 
> screens so that the article space gets a shorter line length).

And I believe is
related, for a broader discussion of the issue.

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