The swiping has increased in sensitivity. This is due to a library change, because the old one was deprecated. We're hoping this can be improved in a later release.
@maloki @Tusky when I tap a picture in a toot I'm pretty sure I was previously able to drag on the picture to swipe it away and return to the timeline, but now I can only get out of the zoomed in picture and back to the timeline by tapping the back navigation key, which I don't think was necessary before this update
@charlag @wolfie @cptodin @maloki @Tusky OK, I've managed to replicate the dismiss with the swipe.
It works well even with 15 degree angles (from the vertical) short swipes (more like flicks), but longer swipes need to be within 2 degrees from the vertical to be recognised as a dismiss.
I guess the short term workaround is to do very small swipes, because those seem to work reliably.
Let's hope the upstream library changes this sensitivity issue soon.
@charlag I did discover a difference between current release and the nightly with the sideways swipe. So something is up with it.
Nightly is less sensitive for me.
I sent Conny some messages about it earlier. I can copy them to you or into an issue on github if you like?
@maloki sideways difference is there, we mitigated it but we can't fix it till the library is fixed. We discussed it in Matrix.
@Tusky We're on Android 10 and Tusky 10 and scheduling toots does not work *at all*
Even scheduling a toot and making sure Tusky stays open and is the only app open it does not send toots at the chosen time, or ever.
@Tusky i have another bug: when i return to the open app, it pretends to be on the "notifications" tab, while clearly the "home" timeline is shown.
thanks for your great work!!
@Tusky no please don't I love it. Was wondering if it's just me or the app has become really smooth and responsive lol. Love it
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