hovering over wiki links brings up infoboxes with no time in. That's bit frustrating and distracting.
hovering over wiki links brings up infoboxes with no time in. That's bit frustrating and distracting.4 votes
Can you please explain what you mean by “no time in”?
fix the "Wikipedia <-> Wikiwand" slider, which, at least for me, shows the opposite of what I'm using at the moment1 vote
Can you please send us a screenshot of the slider (in Wikiwand and in Wikipedia) to firstname.lastname@example.org ? – thank you
Several parts like references and template doesn't get into the Wikiwand interface.
Can you please send us a couple of articles in which this problem exists? (in Japanese + Chinese)
Add LinkedIn, Reddit, myspace, etc. to allow sharing across more platforms.
Allow the rest of the world to see your beautiful interface3 votes
This is the most beautiful Wikipedia interface I have ever used. You guys are at the top. Thank you very much!1 vote
Thank you! :)
We can't choose anymore another another language, is it a bug ?0 votes
Please click the language icon (EN) and then “Language Preferences”. This will allow you to choose which languages to show in the languages menu,
If the wikiwand interfacial elements were to be available locally, then the only thing you would have to fetch from the internet would be the wikipedia content. This would improve loading times as well as reduce traffic to your website every time an article is loaded. This can be bundled along with the extension, which would do more than redirection now.
I got the idea from the Mega (ala the Kim Dotcom service) extension and any typical android app, both of which generally have the interface available locally and only load content from out there.278 votes
It's really annoying having to download these files just to play them. Also .ogg is not supported without additional downloads of codecs etc, so it's difficult for the average user to even listen to these files.
If you guys could fix that, it'd be a big reason for me to use your app over the original site. Thanks!43 votes
Keyboard accessibility, in terms of visible keyboard focus and the keyboard accessibility of the main menu, doesn't appear to be that good. You have some fantastic tools for changing the look of the content and for in page navigation but it is not possible for those who are unable or prefer not to use a mouse to access these features.4 votes
I want to be able to mark out text fragments I need from article to work with extracted words later (actually, like in Evernote)0 votes
...and, depending on the # of TOC items in a Topic,
the scrolling of the TOC gets stuck-
ie: you can not scroll below the last, displayed TOC item,
although YOU KNOW there are more items below it!...
Also, there is a very thin vertical scrollbar (inside the TOC).
Can you make that TOC scroll bar thicker?
(so it's easier to grab and manipulate with Mouse?).
Any chance to make the Font & Bkg COLORS of left-side Table of Contents, have a +readable contrast? It's white on gray!
Any chance to make the Font & Bkg COLORS
of the left-side Table of Contents ,
have a more readable contrast?
Font vs Background colors are
currently white on gray...
Makes it hard for the User
to browse / read the TOC,
for other items of interest...
in the same page.
Maybe allow the User to set the TOC colors?13 votes
eg. sites that are running on media wiki120 votes
If you’re interested in WikiWand for your MediaWiki site, please apply here: http://bit.ly/apply-wiki
Allow easy minor editing, such as typo fixing, easily, for example fixing typos by highlighting a word.19 votes
We consider this, but it will not happen anytime soon, since we’re focusing on improving the readability and navigation first (Sept 2014)
Have a share button where a link (a shortened URL) would be generated. (Also social sharing would be good to have within the same feature.)10 votes
WikiWand versions of wikiquote and wiktionary221 votes
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