Here are the updates for what has been done in the past few days.
Thumbnails on Posts With Embedded 3speak Videos
There was an issue that was causing posts with embedded 3speak videos to show the "image not found" image on the thumbnails.
I have fixed that issue, and thumbnails now display correctly on posts with embedded 3speak videos.
Post Payout Options
There was also an oversight that caused new posts to default to 100% power up even if you didn't choose that option. I have corrected that issue and posts will now default to 25/75 payout unless you choose a different option in your settings.
There was an issue where the voting power didn't update often enough in the voting panel and that caused people to deplete their voting power faster than they realized.
@tekraze has added some code to make the voting power update more often, so you'll have a better idea of your actual voting power.
I have also added some code so that it shows a vote value of 0 if you try to vote on a post that is past payout.
Removed Sort Comments by Reputation
Since we removed the reputation score on Blurt, it made no sense to sort comments by author reputations, so I removed that option.
Resolved Issue with Wallet Build
I have updated some packages on the wallet app, and I was able to finally build the app and push it to production.
That means that all the fixes to the wallet that I talked about in the last post are now live.
Possible Fix for Reblogs
As most of you know, there is a bug with reblogs where only certain accounts are able to reblog posts.
@jga has been working on it and we think he has fixed the issue.
I will be testing a Blurt node with his fix in the next few days.
If the test goes well, I will update the Blurt nodes so that everyone is able to reblog posts. I will also make a presync Docker image so that everyone who runs a Blurt RPC node can also update quickly.
That's All, Folks!
There are other things that have been done, but they won't be seen by the end users. But if you're interested in knowing what we've been up to apart from what I post in these updates, you can always look at the commit history on GitLab.
That's it from me for now.
Until next time, I hope you all have a great one!
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