modlog having different actions in different pages.
I think you misunderstood what I meant by separate lists. That’s how they are stored internally.
Each one of them are fetched and then COMBINED to create the view you’re seeing.
ie. P1 of Modlog = P1 of Banned Actions + P1 of Post Removal Actions + … + P1 of Admin appointment Action
I’m sorry but that doesn’t seem to be the case. All pages have all kinds of mod actions. Unless I’m misunderstanding what you mean by “type of mod action”.
What i meant to say is that each type of mod action has it’s on pagination and the main modlog just squishes them together based on page number. check the last items of page 1 they are all admin appointments, there are only a handful of them and they don’t happen anymore. they appear in page 1 because they belong to page 1 of it’s type
I have once made an alternative frontend for tiktok to bypass the indian tiktok ban. but I abandoned it because it was too much work to keep it working when they frequently make changes to the api and website. I don’t think anyone will be willing to maintain such a mess so there won’t be any alt-frontends
This should answer your questions
Yeah so it is kind of related, see this comment
Sorry to bother you again, it took me some time to find this again on GitHub. This login bug I was experiencing was introduced when fixing this other login bug, you can see in that commit that
eqwas changed to
ilikebut now your new pull request reintroduces that old bug with the case-sensitiveness of the usernames during login. I think the solution to both bugs would be converting to uppercase before comparing with
eq(and having a computed uppercased column indexed on the database). I don’t know enough Rust to propose code changes or send a pull request, I hope my description of the solution is good enough for someone more knowledgeable to write the code.
Hmm maybe something related to this
Also, wouldn’t this concept be better implemented as an alternative interface for Lemmur instead of a whole new app?
I think that’s what she is saying essentially taking the data from Lemmy api and displaying it like a chat app
They want normal clicks to open in new tabs, it’s a popular feature request.https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy-ui/issues/282