@ellakaye That’s Mastodon’s design choice/convention. Even with a CW, attached media are still allowed to be displayed.
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@ellakaye It’s indeed turned off by default (hide sensitive content beneath a warning icon)
@ellakaye Content warning and sensitive media can be configured separately by the post author. If the author want, they can add CW and disable sensitive media mark. As a viewer you can also configure them separately using the "Content Warnings” and “Sensitive Content” display settings.
@LibreNyaa Yes you can do that.
iCloud reading position sync is now enabled on the latest Mona Beta update. Please update the app on all your devices, because the new sync engine is not compatible with old versions of Mona Beta. This update also resolves a VoiceOver focus issue on Mac.
@olisturm iCloud position sync is not working in current version. Will be fixed in the next update.
@paspro Hi, you can press Command-D to add Divide Views. That way you can have, say your notifications displayed on a separated list, but on the same window.
@ellakaye You need to turn off “Sensitive Content“ display.
@TheBruce Hi you can tap “123” on the new keyboard then “return.” Alternatively, you can revert to the original keyboard, by opening the Accessibility Settings and turning off Social Keyboard.
@toni iCloud position sync is broken in current version. Will be fixed in the next update.
@habibcham @ezequielnz Hi, by default, app themes should be automatically synced between Spring and Mona. You can also convert a Mona theme link to Spring link by replacing “mona-cat” with “spring-cat” (vice versa)
@jakobrosin Thank you for sharing!
@bryanwu You need to sign in to iCloud in the Settings app and enable the iCloud Drive feature.
@goatsarah I will look into the alt text issue.
@goatsarah What a gorgeous scene!
@343max Non-Mastodon servers that support Mastodon API.
@infotexture As long as they support Mastodon API.
@steeble No, you can just take photos using the Camera app and Drag & Drop photos to Mona.
@poes You can try it out with the latest beta. Should be able to sign in now.
@lettuce I have a spare iPod touch (4th gen) no kidding.
@box464 Hi, you can see the icon background more clearly if you place the Mona window on a darker background. Also you can just press Command-N to open a post composer.
With newly added iOS 12 support, today I’m excited to announce that Mona will be free to use on iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus, making the Mastodon experience accessible to more people around the world.
On macOS, you can now use Continuity Camera on post composer, to capture and attach photos from your iPhone or iPad. You can now also use the “Services” feature in more places with just keyboard shortcuts.
On iOS, with extended support for iOS 12, Mona Beta can now be used on iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus, making the Mastodon experience accessible to even more people around the world.
Today’s update also adds preliminary support for non-Mastodon instances.