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@wxl Lapchynski! The exact same!
@wxl you're replying to DMs in public btw
@wxl The way it currently works:
- if you don't set a default visibility, the server decides (I don't know if it treats replies in a special way);
- if you set a default visibility value it will be used for replies as well.
Maybe there should be a flag to use the same value as the message you're replying to... That would require an extra API call but if you use --add-mentions you already have this additional call.
Let me know if you think it's worth adding!
@wxl I've updated the default themes (and the plain output) to display when a message has a "private" visibility.
Thanks for the suggestion!
@McKael it doesn't seem that the new templates are showing me anything different for private messages. i am using ansi-dark, fwiw, but it does seem updated?
@wxl It should display "Private: true"
@McKael found the problem. you did `if eq .visibility "private"` but it should actually be `"direct"`.
@wxl oh? I'm pretty sure I tested and it worked for me but I probably have missed something then... I'll look into it, thanks for the troubleshooting!
@McKael i used yaml output and saw "visibility: direct" and when i first looked at it and saw something that was not private, i thought it was totally messed up, but then i realized direct isn't public or unlisted, so it must be right ;)
@wxl Right, I guess the visibility should always be displayed because after all there's no reason to display it only for a specific visibility. I'll fix that.
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