@lduboeuf Hmm I think you need to build a click at least. Than this needs to be installed with the OS tool, not just called as a binary. The packaging sets some paths right, and gives the right environment.
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@jsnjhn Well you can file an issue on Github, but we need someone who does actually do the work ;) - You would need to install git on your machine, and you need a Github account too... I did not work on the keyboard at all, but maybe someone else can make a small writeup in which order these things should be done...
have your phone number. In my opinion this defeats one of the major advantages of Telegram. What's your opinion?
It does of course. But I am in a few things more busy than being able to fix this immediately. But I will raise its priority ;)
yes this is possible: Basically we need some new files as shown in this pull request: https://github.com/ubports/keyboard-component/pull/17 - then we can add a new keyboard.
well currently you can only add contacts that have been imported from the address book of your phone. Thats a limitation but some day we will fix it. So if your address book is empty, and the contact list in Telegram is empty too, you will get the endless spinner probably. I think its a symptom of them same problem. However, feel free to report it as enhancement issue in our tracker https://github.com/ubports/telegram-app/issues
@aury88 Well we dont know :) - I dont think there are many, but in theory it could be a few 100.
The Id system will generate a hash value from the device MAC address plus some other installation-dependent id. Then we split the hash in half to make it double-proof and send this as unique id to the server when asking for updates.
This way the server can safely count unique id´s and there is no backtrace to the user. It´s even more secure than using the IP addies since they could be linked to actual users.
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