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The spoiler tag doesn't work on apps it seems.

I've made a post and a comment using the spoiler tag. On desktop and mobile Lemmy sites, it works as intended, hiding the text. In three apps I looked at the post & comment on, the spoiler tag doesn't hide the text. The apps I used are Jerboa, Liftoff, and Connect.

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The Race Is On: Tutanota Launches Development of Post-Quantum Secure Cloud
  • Good point. I hope you're right that we're very far off from that reality. It's best to be prepared, though. Productivity increases from AI use across industries may bring us the hardware needed for encryption-breaking quantum computing algorithms sooner than we think.

  • The Race Is On: Tutanota Launches Development of Post-Quantum Secure Cloud
    tutanota.com The Race Is On: Tutanota Launches Development of Post-Quantum Secure Cloud

    With a grant of €1.5 million by the German government, Tutanota will develop the first post-quantum secure cloud storage and file sharing solution.

    The Race Is On: Tutanota Launches Development of Post-Quantum Secure Cloud

    With a grant of €1.5 million by the German government, Tutanota will develop the first post-quantum secure cloud storage and file sharing solution.

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    AMAs are the latest casualty in Reddit’s API war
  • Oh, okay I had no idea. Crazy how they bothered to trademark it but not do anything to support the mods of the AMA community, rather even actively harming them by firing the only person at Reddit that was helping them out, Victoria Taylor.

  • AMAs are the latest casualty in Reddit’s API war
  • It's so crazy how they fired her. Reddit's leadership really loves to shoot themselves in the foot. I applaud the mods scaling back their AMA mod duties. No point in doing so much extra work for a community that reddit continually shows it doesn't care about and actively harms through their bad decisions.

  • Gmail spammers are winning the war on your inbox
  • Whoa, not good. Looks like more online accounts may get hacked from phishing with this increase of spam emails slipping through. I know a Youtuber that very recently got their Youtube account hacked & stolen from a phishing email sent to their Gmail. Luckily they got their account back, but I believe it was due to the help of their friends & audience on Youtube, as they were told by Google that most people who get their channel stolen like that don't get it back. I'm glad I use Proton Mail for my main email account. Its spam filter is robust.

  • Refugee Redditors as they make the move.
  • Don't be too hard on yourself. It's hard to work when tired and I totally understand wanting to include the hair description if you thought it could be contextually relevant, and since you found out it's not, taking it out is the right choice. I'm not at all experienced in transcription for the blind so when I made my suggestion of clumpy afro-textured hair, at first I thought the point of the transcription was to be as detailed as possible while also being brief, so I thought the hair description had to stay in in some form. But now I see only contextually relevant info is needed. Good to know. We've both learned something in this, yeah? Thanks again for the work you do and being open to suggestions. You're awesome! 🙂

  • Refugee Redditors as they make the move.
  • EDIT: Alternatively, go here, switch the “Software” option to Lemmy at the top, and look for a server geographically close to you.

    Oh, great tip! Thanks! It's interesting to see which servers are hosted in my state.

  • Refugee Redditors as they make the move.
  • I see. It's an understandable assumption to make. That's his natural hair texture. You may see this video he talks about his hair. The thing about afro-textured hair is it can stand up and out on it's own. No wind needed, lol (and I say this as a person with this kind of hair texture).

  • Refugee Redditors as they make the move.
  • so that he comes across as crazier

    Are you sure this is the reason? Did he state his reason that way? Or is that your assumption that he wants to look crazier? In a post above @[email protected] said his reason was because brushing it takes too much time according to interviews. I haven't seen it myself since there's no timestamp, but I'll check it out later.

    so what’s the blind user of this program going to attach to the concept of unkempt hair?

    The problem isn't with blind users, but sighted users who could read that and associate afro-textured hair like that with being unkempt.

    Edit: Found the timestamp in the Eric Andre interview with Larry King about his hair. Here he doesn't say he wants to look crazier. He says that's what his hair looks like when he doesn't brush it. And as I mentioned in another comment, afro-textured hair isn't meant to be either combed or brushed every day because that can cause breakage.

    Edit 2: Corrected his Eric Adams to Eric Andre. Woops.

  • Refugee Redditors as they make the move.
  • Yeah, if you don't comb (not really brush as a brush wouldn't detangle) afro-textured hair of that length, it will clump up like that. And afro-textured hair isn't meant to be combed or brushed daily. The less it's manipulated the healthier it is as frequent manipulation can cause breakage. That's why you'll see some people with afro-textured hair keep their hair in braids or twists or locs if they want to look more what is considered "presentable" while also protecting their hair from breakage. These are called protective styles. Braiding and twisting takes time though that Eric Andre probably doesn't want to spend and locs are kinda permanent. If his hairstlye works best for his lifestyle, I think that's good. It's better for people to see the different ways afro-textured hair can exist in its natural state because I think such exposure without ridicule can lead to further acceptance.

    Edit: Thank you for sharing those interview links!

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