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Thanks! We will see how it goes with Material You, for now we will keep an eye on it


Thank you all for your answers! I will look into them


Well, ideally I would like a physical non electronical object. Like a whiteboard. I asked because maybe someone knows a specific whiteboard brand that produces high quality whiteboard


Could be, we will wait for blocking to make it’s way into lemmy (afaik it is close) and if that won’t suffice we will consider filtering out content client side


Would blocking solve this problem? I know blocking users/communities is coming to lemmy


Whiteboard recommendations? (or alternatives)

When solving problems (math/computer science) I often scribble on some random sheets of paper to visualize my ideas or to save progress of some temporary solutions. I hate it, it’s a mess and a waste of paper. I’ve been thinking of getting something like a whiteboard for a while and I want to finall…


Actually, we invite people to use github discussions for dev questions: https://github.com/krawieck/lemmur/discussions


The FAB has a hero widget attached to it automatically thanks to Scaffold, so if both of your pages have a scaffold and use Scaffold.floatingActionButton and Scaffold.floatingActionButtonLocation everything should just magically work

I’m following the project closely and have been learning a lot from it

I am happy to hear! I am flattered, but don’t take everything we do as the way it should be done, I mean the state management to be exact. At the beginning we opted to use hooks for everything but now we see that flutter_hooks are not as flexible as react hooks so we are planning to move to some more maintainable state management lib.

Feel free to ask any other questions :)



I fixed it yesterday, once the changes are accepted by krawieck we will release an updated version.


could be javascript

or matlab

or julia




So you would propose that changing the global default account would also change the default account for the instance? I am afraid it would be annoying/confusing for those that use multiple instances


Ok bear with me for a moment:

Lemmur has 2 concepts of default accounts:

  1. global default account for the whole app (used in places like saved or inbox) - to set it you used the account switched in the profile tab from the dropdown (as you described).
  2. default account per instance (used everytime you interact with some instance) - to set it you go to the settings and long press the desired account (as you described)

However these two are separate concepts and do not interact with each other in any way. We did not expect that someone would be switching their default account in a given instance so often hence it is more hidden.

What solution would you propose to this problem? We are open to suggestions


Are both accounts logged in to the same instance?


refresh the repos maybe? I’m not sure how to force F-Droid to check for updates. It shows correctly 0.4.2 on the web: https://f-droid.org/packages/com.krawieck.lemmur/


New community: Cubing

Community revolving around cubing - the activity of solving Rubik’s-cube like puzzles on time or just for fun…


JetBrains mono with ligatures


Thanks, we are aware it’s pretty annoying and plan to redesign the create post screen. But since it is possible to use it we are currently focusing on things that are not possible at all (like editing comments/posts).


Ironically I opened this post while working on adding the edit comment feature :)



I’m very happy to hear that!

but lacks a lot of QoL features.

lack functionalities

In case of any feature requests/bug reports I invite y’all to post about them in !lemmur@lemmy.ml, we translate them into trackable tasks for development so we will eventually get to those :)


Sadly, this release will log you out of all accounts once again. We are aware it is annoying and hope to reduce the amount of times it happens. On the bright side, this release includes support for password managers when logging in so it should be easier to restore all accounts. …


This addresses an issue where the wrong data was sometimes loaded due to an incorrect user ID. …


As you may have noticed, v0.3.0 no longer works with some instances, this is because Lemmy released a new API. This release of lemmur moves to the new API. As with the v1 -> v2 API transition, I encourage you to nudge admins of your favorite instances to upgrade to support the newest API. …


WARNING: due to some internal changes your local settings will be reset (logged out of accounts, removed instances, theme back to default) …



APKs are now signed and have changed their appId. This means it will install on your phone as if it were a different app thus you will lose all local data (mainly added / logged in instances). This change was necessary to prepare for Play Store release…