@kugiigi Well some do. But I think it still makes sense to have a separate view at least for tasks, since there is not only a date attached to a task but also stuff like priority, status and so on. Also, some tasks might not have any date/time information associated with them, so you would not know where to display them in the setting of a calendar app.
Hello! Fluffychat is very cool! I'd like to see support for reactions in it. The desktop version shows them but the UT one doesn't. The feature probably wouldn't change anyone's life, but.... it is just to add some more "fluffyness" 😉
@quilty-weavy I don't think this is an issue the @s710 can do much about at the moment, without hearing back from the folks at Pl@ntnet. And even if they could, they are not under any obligation to do so. They donate their time and talent, so things are either done in their time, on their terms, or someone else puts in the work and makes a PR. That is how Open Source is intended to work.
@cliffcoggin dunno about that (criteria)
I think my problem is mostly, that I realize more and more, that I (although often browsing github) simply does not understand coding at all, unless someone have posted a tutorial .
The “getting started" TUT for clickable was very straightforward, but did not include the steps for actually getting an app to work . At least from what I could manage to contain and understand.
I found the solution! I came across the documentation for the policy groups. So I added "content_exchange" to the list of the "policy-groups" in the apparmor file and - voila - the input file dialog shows me a list of apps.