often makes me go to the wikipedia article instead. This is the only thing that bugs me while using this plugin20 votes
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)
Introducing more color themes in addition to the "light" and
"dark" themes available in Wikiwand.19 votes
alongside entertainment, YouTube became also a rich source of education and science .
with the huge and divers amount of tutorials and explanation videos , it will so useful and enriching to include YouTube specific video suggestions to articles , and i think adding the possibility to up vote or down vote or suggest videos would improve the relevance over time.19 votes
We’ve started showing YouTube videos of trailers for films, and will add more videos in the future
vertical display of fractions inline with the text have an extra slanted slash between the numbers:19 votes
At current biggest possible font size and narrowest possible paragraph width, I get lines of about 18 words. Ideal line length for readability is about 10 words. Can we get more options here?
Also, I would like more spacing possible between lines. A slider for line-height would be great!18 votes
Once a user downloads the suggested extension and installs it, stop suggesting to upgrade in the header.18 votes
suggest ways to troubleshoot problems accessing saved bookmarks.18 votes
There're some symbols not visible on a Wikiwand page, while on Wikipedia page it's all right. Please fix.
https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Atomic_formula - see e.g. Terms17 votes
It can be helpful for people who are researching an article. Add research tools, like highlight, study notes, dictionary, translate, etc.16 votes
Wikipedia has featured articles. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Featured_articles
They mark with a special star in the top right corner, but in wikiwand this star is absent16 votes
Wikipedia introduced TemplateStyles last year, since than, so many pages inserted sanitized CSS stylesheets from a template, and they got many enhancements for visual appearence. However none of them are works in Wikiwand, I suggests to import style sheets generated by TemplateStyles to make them works as expected.16 votes
WikiWand is great, but its aesthetic magic unfortunately doesn't carry over to other WikiMedia sites, such as Wiktionary and WikiCommons. It would be great if compatibility for these sites was added.16 votes
That text still appearing on the top side, eventhough I already installed Wikiwand.16 votes
We all know there is one sort of really great wikipage, the comparison series,
It is really great to have these great compilations of information, but, unfortunately,
most tables are just too long to browse. It would be really easy to get lost while scrolling
down the table.
I am wondering if Wikiwand is thinking about improving that?
Something like this: [Table with fixed header on scroll](http://codepen.io/jgx/pen/wiIGc)16 votes
Sounds trivially easy to implement.16 votes
I use Wikiwand with sans font type at the biggest size available and the dark theme. It gets back to the default settings(with theme with serif font at smaller size) every time I reopen my browser or when mi IP adresse changes.
Woud it be possible to store the settings on the client-side (in a persistent cookie or through the browser extension for instance) so that I don't have to change them manually so often ?15 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?).
more visible hyperlinks for the dark theme15 votes
when we use the black theme, equations stays black and we don't see them. can you fix that please ?
great extention thought !15 votes
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