User Story: As a user who has mobile data currently enabled (with no active connectivity), no active WiFi connection and Airplane mode is off, instead of being shown the blue offline screen, I should be made aware that I have no active connection and given a way to quickly enable a WiFi connection so that I don’t need to manually leave the app, open the settings (or utility tray), enable a connection and return to the app. Acceptance Criteria: 1. If airplane mode is off and data is enabled, in scenarios in which I would normally be shown the blue offline screen, I am informed that I have no active connection. 2. After I am informed that I have no active connection as in 1, and WiFi is turned off, I can turn on WiFi without needing to access the settings or utility tray. 3. After I am informed that I have no active connection as in 1, and WiFi is turned on, I can access my WiFi connections without needing to access the settings. 4. If I chose to ignore the message received in 1, I am taken to the previous position in the app. (if one exists) 5. If I chose to ignore the message received in 1, and I am currently on the entry point within the app (ie. first screen), I am exited out of the app.
We certainly want this in 1.3, but we won't block on it.
With the landing of the replacing the blue offline error page, is this automatically fixed or not?
Not fixed. The blue screen landing only added a "Close" and "Retry" button. We used to track these all together on bug 882186, but now these bugs are each separate units of work that have not been completed.
closing as latest bug 969267 is finished