Is it new "Display more ↓"?



  • ...for the list of items tagged with a particular tag.
    That's I wanted to ask for day by day, but have always forgotten. Big thanks!



  • Didn't get what you are discussing about. Can you elaborate it more.



  • When you clicked on a given tag, you entered a list of all items tagged with this tag. The list was restricted to 20 entries, if I was not totally blind. Now there is a link that extends the list by 20 entries.



  • Just checked it now. A good feature indeed.



  • Wolf P., as I know this feature is not new. I've seen it for couple of months, I think.



  • Very cool!

    By the way, it doesn't just extend the list by 20. It doubles each time
    20->40->80->160->320...



  • So I was really blind. Sorry for the excitement!
    But I am really happy that I finally found it.



  • The link will be easier to find when it is not indented like the wrapped second line of a long page title.



  • I've been using it this week, but still that page lacks something important for me: the number of entries tagged with that tag. If the "AJAX" search were working in the all tags page it won't be such a problem, but now it's hard to decide if one should tag with this or that.



  • Personally, I don't like this feature. I'd rather see more results and not have to click to get them.



  • This can also be made similar to the tag seach presentation

    [First] [1] [2] [3] [>] [Last]

    BTW: The tag search is still not repaired.



  • Wolf P., not sure that pagination will be better than current "display more" thing (for me this thing is good enough).



  • I was just surprised that the two views deal with extra entries so different. The display more approach fits better for browser searches. (The MediaWiki engine combines both, control items per page /and/ page turns.)



  • I use that feature! For me is useful! thank's



  • [quote author="Wolf P." date="1292232493"]I was just surprised that the two views deal with extra entries so different. The display more approach fits better for browser searches. (The MediaWiki engine combines both, control items per page /and/ page turns.)[/quote]

    Initially we had paginated results on that page but ran into some troubles. So "display more" is Solution B.



  • ...and to offer both options would be tricky, I suppose?



  • [quote author="Wolf P." date="1292328160"]...and to offer both options would be tricky, I suppose?[/quote]

    If we don't have a usability issue as it is now I'd rather just let it be.

    We could fix the missing indentation you mentioned earlier though. :)



  • [quote author="Wolf P." date="1292228789"]BTW: The tag search is still not repaired.[/quote]

    Could you do a hard refresh and test? It's back to green for me in FF and Chrome. Regardless, we have a roll-out tomorrow morning with updated js files.



  • [quote author="mariusg" date="1292329009"] Could you do a hard refresh and test? It's back to green for me in FF and Chrome. Regardless, we have a roll-out tomorrow morning with updated js files.[/quote]
    the search works for me (except the annoying "Search...")



  • [quote author="mariusg" date="1292328574"] We could fix the missing indentation you mentioned earlier though. :)[/quote] Thanks for picking this up :)
    Is it already filed to the bugtracker?



  • [quote author="Wolf P." date="1292333097"]Is it already filed to the bugtracker?[/quote]

    I have it in the internal tracker, it's scheduled to be part of the 29 Dec 2010 roll-out.


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