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In-reply-to » I noticed some unnecessary horizontal rules being rendered at the bottom of twts in the conversation view lately with yarnd's new design change. They can be seen at least when not being logged in. Not sure if it is the same experience with an active user session. I reckon there will be fork buttons then, so in that case they would be fine, indeed.

@prologic@twtxt.net @darch@neotxt.dk @mckinley@twtxt.net Yes, I just meant to remove the line, when there are no naviation links. But it’s fine. Thank you, darch!

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I noticed some unnecessary horizontal rules being rendered at the bottom of twts in the conversation view lately with yarnd’s new design change. They can be seen at least when not being logged in. Not sure if it is the same experience with an active user session. I reckon there will be fork buttons then, so in that case they would be fine, indeed.

Unnecessarly rendered horizontal rules at bottom of twts
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Unnecessarly rendered horizontal rules at bottom of twts

In fact, these lines are implemented as border-top CSS properties of twt-nav-classed <nav> containers. But the <nav>s are empty, so I would expect them not being there in the first place. Empty navigation doesn’t make much sense to me.

In any case, keep up the good work! :-)

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In-reply-to » @lyse @mckinley @eaplmx the code you requested to follow all the twtxt mentions (https://github.com/tkanos/we-are-twtxt on the folder search)

@tkanos@twtxt.net Cool! I like your disclaimer in the readme. :-D A few things caught my eye while scrolling through the code, the ones I remember:

  1. The protocol switch in lines 141ff could make use of else if.
  2. There’s a superfluous space in the progress bar in line 155.
  3. The User-Agent header contains a { which I reckon is a typo. Also, I reckon the URL and nick should be swapped, in case you wanted to stick to this discoverability format.
  4. The feed discovery regex assumes that filenames always are twtxt.txt which will miss a few feeds, such as @anth@a.9srv.net’s and @hxii@0xff.nu’s. Parsing mentions would be more accurate. And then also parse all mentions from a twt, not just the first one.
  5. If you’re still bored, adding support for archived feeds would be a thing. :-)

Anyways, nice work!

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