I don't know if this is where I should put it but I have noticed that the mark all as read button doesn't work and it doesn't clear all my notifications like it used to. Thank you for all your hard work devs and good luck.
I am pretty good at software engineering and want to help out if it's possible and I can do it without doxxing myself.
Are you ~~guys*~~ y'all taking volunteers? I work best with specific tickets or issues if you are.
*Is there a gender neutral term that casually refers to a group that I should replace "guys" with?
More of a complaint than a suggestion but I am running Android on my phone and I have found that both FF & Chrome mobile will load endlessly but the page just won't progress.
Refreshing will cause the page to advance (i.e. click a community name -> endless loading -> refresh -> community page appears)
While it's indicating that it's loading on the website, the browsers do not show a loading bar themselves.
Adblock has been disabled but to no effect.
Am I cursed?
**Edit:** The Lemmy app for Android handles it well and, for some reason, the MiUI native browser manages it without a problem.
These are the one that I have found:
-When you upload a picture you get a pop up to delete the picture, well the text is almost the same color as the background and is almost invisible
-You can only see the community your mouse is on while you are on the community search when you create a new publication.
If yall need me to try to explain better feel free to ask.
At least in my mobile browser, one slip of the finger can see your hard work vanish in an instant. That kinda sucks.
It would be nice to have a pop-up dialog or otherwise a secondary confirmation option appear when hitting "cancel"
I mostly use X, J and K. X to open a post (either the picture or text from the OP), J and K to go to the next or previous post.
It's a small thing but it's how I browse Reddit.
Also please make the icons bigger (expand link, see comments, etc), while I'm on qol suggestions. Like at least twice as big. They're very small even on a desktop browser.
So I think with the recent brigading that is happening it might be a good idea to create a way to create a community lock with a password so that only people with the code and mods can come in ? Just an Idea I had eating FruitsLoops so do not take this as a priority .