|13:28, 7 June 2011||Claus chr||(Reply to Red links)|
|12:10, 7 June 2011||Nikerabbit||(Reply to Red links)|
|10:26, 7 June 2011||Annew|
|10:21, 7 June 2011||220.127.116.11||(Reply to Red links)|
|03:33, 7 June 2011||Yurchor||(Reply to Red links)|
|20:16, 6 June 2011||Claus chr|
And I thought I was being so clever, when we talked about making special:myLannguage links to non-existant pages red! I shoud have realized that this would not play well with translated pages. Links to untranslated pages now leads nowhere, rather than to the equivalent english page. Can we solve that while keeping the red link behaviour, when no english page exists? If not, it is probably best to revert to the old ways :-(
+1 This new behavior is just like remove Special:myLanguage at all.
Works for me. Please give examples and detailed steps so that I do not have to hunt for them.
The good news is I was wrong! I seem to have accidentally put in space characters around a backslash, so the link was wrong the whole time, I just never saw it before - because of the old Special:myLanguage behaviour the link used to show up blue. This actually confirms that the changed you made at the sprint was a really Good Thing(tm).
I do feel stupid, though, not to have investigated the problem a bit before complaining. Sorry about that.