Mastodon 3.0.1: I'm looking for a way to disable the "unread notifications" count in the title of the window.
I would prefer to disable this server-side and make it opt-in for users.
I will settle for a way to disable this as a user.
Any ideas? I've been through Admin>Site Settings, User>Settings, User>Notifications, User>Other, and the slider menu at the top of my Notifications column, but I'm notorious for missing options. #mastodev #mastoadmin
It is important to me to note that early in Mastodon's life, showing the number of unread notifications was considered an antipattern and users were vocally pleased that Mastodon DIDN'T do this.
linked the pr in there if you wanna find the "files changed" and undo the change manually
@trwnh Just saw it, thank you~
@trwnh My issue is mostly that I don't want to undo the change wholesale, since obviously *someone* wants it, but figuring out Mastodon's user settings system is beyond my Friday-at-10-PM capabilities. ;)
@noelle yeah uh. checkbox somewhere in i think HAML? never actually looked at the settings code but you could copypaste something maybe and edit it to work
@noelle honestly never noticed it bc mastodon is always focused/pinned for me
@noelle ooh yeah that's a tough one
if you don't have any customized code yet, though, it's probably just that you pulled from tootsuite and you could update your fork to 3.0.1 and then do your changes on top and pull from your own fork
@noelle ...this sounded more coherent and helpful in my head
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