I didn't touch the README. You downloaded the old 15.04 version. Please build the app for 16.04 using Clickable instead. I don't plan to maintain the app, just wanted to show it is still mostly functional, in case anyone wants to pick it up.
However I'm still interested in sms and mms encryption even it has to be only between Ubuntu Touch devices.
That has to be developed.
And my guess is it will take time until it becomes a priority, but if someone with technical skills and will wants to work on it that will be welcome.
Axolotl is a client for Signal, I don't really know if it can send encrypted messages without internet connection (but I doubt it).
Maybe if @nanu-c comes around here he might answer that and maybe add this to his todo list.
You can check Gitlab for existing feature request or make one: https://github.com/nanu-c/axolotl/issues
Hi, I doubt customizing font is a possibility and even less choosing where it applies.
But I guess you can try and replace the current font by the one of your choice.
I have no clue where it is stored, but substituting the current font file with yours should be possible as a hack.
@Lakotaubp Unfortunately, I don't know anything about app development specifically and how to recreate a UI. I can build Halium and troubleshoot it, but apps are higher level than I am comfortable with. I could probably code a sub-par gui with Rexx if ubports ever supported it 😃
Mhmm, maybe I'm bad in explaining... I could blame my bad english skills... I try it once more: I don't said that we necessarily should support theming, but if we do it makes most sense to switch themes in a global manner. That does not imply to force the apps! At least it shouldn't imply that and I cannot believe it does. So lets say you can set a theme in the settings. Think of it as a suggestion. Then the app can, if that has been implemented, look at this setting and use the theme set globally. Nobody would be forced to anything, but nonetheless the user could set the theme globally for all those apps supporting it. Maybe there are better concepts than theming - it wasn't my intention to discuss that...