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Research Software Engineer at the University of Warwick, working on sustainability and EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) in the R Project. I love Emoji rstats, and the community around them.

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@MonaApp Thank you! That change r.e. link previews is excellent news.

@MonaApp Can you clarify please, if I don’t want to see sensitive content, do I need the ‘sensitive content’ setting turned on or off?

@MonaApp Thanks for your reply but I don’t think that is the issue. The problem is that even when the author has set a CW and I have set the CW setting enabled, I can *still* see some of the post content. That seems to me either a bug or a design flaw in the app.

@MonaApp In my feed today there is a post with a Content Warning and an image. The image is showing, despite the CW. Expected behaviour is that when there is a CW, the text supplied by the poster when setting the CW shows, but nothing else. There is so much I love about Mona but the incorrect handling of toots with a CW is troubling. I have the content warning setting on and the sensitive content setting off. Is this something that will be fixed during the beta period?

@MonaApp Thank you. I missed that in settings. Can I suggest that sensitive content be turned off by default? It seems like something that users should need to opt into.

@MonaApp Loving your app except that it keeps happening that even when a toot has a content warning, it shows in full in my feed (I have the content warning setting enabled). Sometimes the content warnings do hide the post, sometimes not. Saw some decidedly NSFW images in my feed this morning that I really didn’t want (even though they had content warnings) Is this a bug or is there something I can do my end?