*Tested in Chrome, Firefox, Safari
Post and discuss feedback for SWViwer's at Talk:SWViewer.
SWViewer enables you to monitor the recent changes of a wiki in real-time. In doing so it provides a lot of features; such as rollback, Auto-Diff, edit-source and much more. In order to use the application, local or global rollback permission is needed.
User who have rollback permission on any Wikimedia project and 1000 edits globally (except test wikis) without any active block can also monitor global queue.
SWViewer is designed focusing that it can be easily accessed using mobile devices too.
Also if you are using Android and Chrome browser, then you can switch app to full-screen mode (without the address bar). Open SWViewer in Chrome and go to browser menu => Add to Home screen. It will create a shortcut for SWViewer on mobile's home screen.
We have user friendly theme in order to work in different conditions.
With the help of /config.json page you can set different edit summaries and various deletion templates according to local wiki needs.
Rollback with summary
Using this button (), you can add edit summary to the revert, somewhat like undo but in actual it's done using rollback too. There's also a warn button while using this button, which can be used to warn user only if it's defined on /config.json page.
Open in browser
- Space – Show next diff
- esc – Close pop-ups
- R — Rollback
- Y — Rollback with custom edit summary
- [ or P – Browse back
- E – Edit page
- O – Open page in new tab
- A – Local contributions
- / — Global contributions
- S — Settings
- U — Logout
- T — The Talk
Afterwards you may have to clear your cache, and click [alt-shift-v] for shortcut access:
How to clear the cache
Note: After saving, you may have to bypass your browser's cache to see the changes.
- If you experience any issues or have suggestions for how something could be better, let us know at talk page.
- You can also join our IRC channel #swviewer.