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환영합니다. 베타 기능은 모두에게 공개되기 전에 위키백과와 다른 위키미디어 사이트에서 새로운 기능들을 테스트하실 수 있도록 하는 새로운 프로그램입니다.

새로운 베타 기능 환경설정 화면
미디어 뷰어는 이번 주에 테스트한 새로운 베타 기능 중 하나입니다.
Typography Refresh is another of the new Beta Features being tested this week.

베타 기능 프로그램으로 개발자들은, 수많은 사용자가 이 기능을 사용하고 피드백을 줄 수 있는 환경에서 새 소프트웨어를 출시할 수 있게 됩니다. 커뮤니티 소속원이 곧 바뀌는 것들을 미리 보고, 이들의 제안으로 디자이너와 엔지니어가 개선하는 디지털 실험실이라고 생각합시다. 프로젝트 허브에서 더 자세히 아실 수 있습니다.

초기 기능 edit

이번 주 저희가 테스트하는 첫 베타 기능들입니다.

현재 베타 기능들은 다음과 같습니다:

Media Viewer
Improve your multimedia viewing experience with this new tool. Media Viewer displays images in larger size on pages that have thumbnails. Images are shown in a nicer 'light box' overlay, and can also be viewed in full size. Discuss this feature.
VisualEditor makes it easy to edit pages without having to learn wiki code. Beta Features will include an opt-in version of this tool on sites where it is available but not enabled by default. We're also adding new experimental features that enhance VisualEditor (see below). Discuss this feature.
VisualEditor Formulæ
With this opt-in feature, you can add support inside VisualEditor for creating and editing mathematical formulæ like algebra or equations on pages you're working on. Discuss this feature.
Typography Refresh
This beta feature makes text more readable, accessible and consistent. It updates the Vector skin to use 'serif' fonts in section headings and 'sans serif' fonts in the body copy, for a better visual experience. Discuss this feature.
Nearby Pages
This feature lets you see other related pages to pages you view which contain longitude and latitude information. Discuss this feature.
New Search
Use a new search engine, "CirrusSearch". Available on wikis where the alternative search backend is provided as an opt-in. Discuss this feature.
Compact language links
Show a shorter version of the language list, with just the languages that are more relevant to you. Discuss this feature.
Provides readers with a short summary of an article whenever they hover over a link to it. Discuss this feature.

How you can help edit

Can you help us test Beta Features in coming days? Our first features are now available for testing by logged-in users on all wikis worldwide.

To test new features, check the items you want in the new BetaFeatures section of your user preferences — and click 'Save' (see screenshot). You can also automatically enable all new beta features as they are released or turn off any of these options at any time. To make it easier for you, a small 'Beta' link will show up next to 'Preferences' in your personal menu when you log in.

Try out Beta Features and let us know what you think of this program on this discussion page. You can also comment on each feature's discussion page (see links above and on your Beta Features preferences page). If you find any technical bugs, please report them here.

Note: If you would like to hide the 'Beta' link in your personal menu, you can easily remove it by going to your personal style page and pasting in this CSS rule on a line by itself: #pt-betafeatures { display: none; }. For more technical documentation, visit the BetaFeatures extension page.

Beta Features was created by the Wikimedia Foundation's Design, Multimedia team and VisualEditor teams. These and other teams will be adding more features every few weeks, going forward. We also invite community developers to start testing their new improvements in Beta Features in coming weeks by working closely with WMF designers and engineers. To prepare a new Beta Feature, read these helpful tips, check this technical documentation and post your submission on the queue for new Beta Features.

Acknowledgements edit

Beta Features was brought to you by many Wikimedia Foundation team members, including: Fabrice Florin, James Forrester, Mark Holmquist, Jared Zimmerman, Jon Robson, Ed Sanders, Gergő Tisza, Bryan Davis, May Galloway, Keegan Peterzell, Nick Wilson, Maggie Dennis, Quim Gil, Erik Moeller, Howie Fung, Rob Lanphier, and Tomasz Finc, to name but a few. We're also grateful to all the community and team members who helped create this system — and look forward to many more productive collaborations in the future.

Have fun, and don't forget to let us know what you think!