Happy Thursday, Fandom!
This week, we had two releases and a hotfix go out, so let's get right into the highlights for this week...
Local CSS and Personal CSS
The user rights issue mentioned last week was corrected in a hotfix yesterday and admins can now edit the local CSS of their UCP wikis.
Personal global CSS on the UCP is now available by editing a personal CSS page on ucp.fandom.com which is serving as a temporary Community Central style wiki for the UCP until CC can be transitioned at the end of Phase 1.
Transparency bugs with PNGs
We actioned the big transparent background bug for uploaded PNGs and now you should see those images appearing correctly, just in time for you to be using them in crafting your local wiki CSS :)
Community Feeds Main Page link
Feeds now has a Main Page link, which some of you have noticed :)
Loops, my brother
The Loops extension is now available on the UCP!
The QuickTools extension is also working on the UCP!
Top Known Issues and the Road Forward
As I've expressed before, there is a tough balancing act with scheduled work to complete in order to deliver more features, correcting bugs, and actioning your non-bug feedback about features we've delivered.
We are keenly aware of how these issues affect your experience, especially the most active editors and admins. As such, we went through the bugs and non-bugs to prioritize what should be worked on soonest. Three of these have already been delivered in the form of the CSS rights fix, the transparency images bug, and the Feeds main page link.
We're also looking at editor performance, preferences issues, toolbar collapsing, image links, the edit count inconsistency, and other top community issues. Look for fixes on these alongside future releases. I cannot promise exact dates until they're underway, but they've been prioritized for fixes by Growth and accepted by the dev teams.
Thanks for your continued feedback and oh, what's this? A preview of the Mobile Editor...?