@JPEG I know feature requests for Mast won’t make it to the top of any list right now, but I’d like to suggest 2.
First is the ability to filter out toots with specific words and exact phrases from my timeline. The second is being able to change my default home view to local or federated.
@JPEG In Mast, I’m using the option to always show action buttons on toot cells. But tapping them when the toot is shown as a reply in a thread doesn’t do anything.
@JPEG Toots in Mast are just a little too narrow in the right side of the iPad. Also, the action/attachments bar at the bottom of the screen when composing a toot doesn’t really work well when a hardware keyboard is being used. Appears to be because its sizing depends on the size of the on screen keyboard, which in this case isn’t present. Maybe it should have a default size if the keyboard height is below a certain threshold?
Just released an update to my app, Routines. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/routines-daily-task-manager/id1440566972?mt=8 Free through the end of November.
Any kind souls able to assist with a Swift + Realm migration issue I'm having? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53237005/getting-invalid-property-name-when-trying-to-perform-realm-migration
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/routines-daily-task-manager/id1440566972?mt=8 I made a thing. Not exactly the world’s best app. Lol. I’m learning though. Was mostly made for how I like to organize my time. But if this sort of development is going to be my livelihood, I need to learn how to do it for more than just myself. Appreciate all honest feedback, good and bad.
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