--- Comment #17 from Quim Gil <q...@wikimedia.org> ---
What about a compact (default?) version simply showing...
In the original language pages:
[百] | Add + (no translations)
[百] | French | Add + (only one translation is available)
[百] | 2 more | Add + (more translations available)
([百] == a "languages" icon)
In a translated page (assuming English is the original):
English | Add + (only this translation is available)
English | Français | Add + (another translation available)
English | 2 more | Add + (more translations available)
Potential portrait mode:
Do you want to see more languages by default? A preference could be defined to
English | Afrikaans | العربية | asturianu | بلوچی مکرانی | български | Add +
I don't have a strong opinion about the completion indicators either. If needed
they can be added.
This would simplify all the messages being shown currently:
* "Translate this page", there is a "Translate" tab, and now we would get the
* "This page is a translated version of a page Happiness for everyone", solved
with "English" linking to the original page.
* "and the translation is 43% complete.", non-relevant? The % is quite
arbitrary, and if the translation is incomplete it shouldn't take much to a
reader to notice. We can add a % somewhere if needed.
* "This page has changes since it was last marked for translation.", is this a
message useful for anybody else than those with the permissions to mark pages
for translation? Could be saved to everybody else, the problem is in the
translated pages, not in this one.
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