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Hi Snowolf. I edited your global.js and common.js to update you to the latest versions ajax sysop, force ltr, and StewardScript. The new versions are compatible with the latest MediaWiki changes and reside on the Wikimedia Tool Labs for easier updates. I also updated various deprecated functions and made your scripts HTTPS-compatible.
I noticed a code comment suggesting force ltr hadn't previously worked for you. If the new version doesn't work after bypassing your cache, let me know and I'll fix it for you. :) —Pathoschild 05:46, 23 March 2015 (UTC)
Latest tech news from the Wikimedia technical community. Please tell other users about these changes. Not all changes will affect you. Translations are available.
Changes this week
The new version of MediaWiki has been on test wikis and MediaWiki.org since March 18. It will be on non-Wikipedia wikis from March 24. It will be on all Wikipedias from March 25 (calendar).
The text of a reference is now more visible when you click on it. It has a blue background. Many wikis already have the blue color. Those wikis can now remove it from their CSS page. 
VisualEditor is now much faster. For many users it is now at least as fast as the wikitext editor. 
When you add a list of references in VisualEditor, you now see it right away. You can still change its group by editing it. 
You can read the notes from the last meeting with the VisualEditor team.
You can join the next weekly meeting with the VisualEditor team. During the meetings you can tell developers which bugs are the most important. The meeting will be on March 25 at 19:00 (UTC). See how to join.
Talk pages using "LiquidThreads" on mediawiki.org will soon use the new system.