I am wrong or #friendica api is quite limited?
I can't find a way to offer follow/unfollow features.
Also, it's the same for tags search but both mentioned points work with #GNUSocial
Let me know if I am missing something. Thanks.
I published for beta testers (and to all #Fdroid users) a new release 1.72.1
- Support for Chromebooks
- Friendica support (restricted due to API)
- Improve GNU Social support
- Error 400 when filtering timelines with accentuated words
- Layout issues
- Crashes when logging in
Glad to see @metalbiker moving his main account on Mastalab/Fedilab instance :)
Just for information, if you switched to #Fedilab, you might notice that your toots are still flagged as written with Mastalab.
That's not a bug, you're simply using the client id from the previous app name. If you want to change, just reconnect your account (no need to logout).
Beta testers now use #Fedilab
I hope that you will get used to it quickly :)
Thank you to people that drew logo for #Fedilab. I do appreciate your contributions 🙏
The new logo is from @kasun
Thanks for your contribution 👍 and congrats!
I released a beta version of the app working with #GNUSocial
There are less features, but I try to keep what was done from the client side:
- Pin searches
- Schedule messages/Reblogs
- Record custom tags
- Switch languages
- Mentions with screenshots.
Keep in mind that's a beta release (not yet finished) and I do need your feedback before the prod release.
You can download the apk built from sources:
Ok. So #GNUSocial automatically creates statuses for actions. Example in attachment for a deleted and a favorited status. So it will need some filtering.
Actions are now working (delete, fav, reblogs, block). Though it's possible to block or unblock accounts, it does not seem possible to get them in a list?
I will now have to hide some features in drop-down menu as they are not available.
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