I second the request. I already shared this idea with Ruby and he said he liked it (he might have also thought about it himself before, I don't remember). Probably just didn't get around to it yet.
Yep, you can do that! Just press the + here at the end of the list.
After you select a tag you need to hover over it on the list, and select 'Hidden' in the hover menu. You can also adjust it so you'll see fiction only if it has a very high karma score, instead of not at all.
I assume this white glow isn't how it's supposed to look? It looks a bit weird to me.
My prediction was:
There will be less than 15 messages time-locked messages in this thread by the time this prediction is revealed (80% confidence)
And seems like that typo ("messages time-locked messages") was there, but I can't fix it because it would change the hash, lol.
This is how it looks now when I increase the width. The outer box doesn't widen together with the text and background, and the text doesn't stay centered. Also, dark mode seems to have stopped working.
One more thing, currently the box doesn't fully fit on my screen vertically when it's open (I'm using a laptop that doesn't have a high resolution). Is there a way to make the open box fit on the screen?
Spoiler tags don't work in dark mode (example).
Tablets' screens are also much better for reading than PC monitors
Oh, really? What's the difference between them? I did notice that I like reading on my tablet better (I use it as my kindle) but I thought that it's because I'm using a black background.
I'd love a download option, but for now I'll use your reader to read it. I saw there's an option to make the text window wider, which is nice. Is there a way to make the text background dark?
So perhaps the character names could be kept, maybe the pictures too (though I don't know if there's a good way to include so many pictures in an epub format, it's not exactly built for having small images beside the text, as far as I know), but not the authors names. Cause though it's nice knowing who wrote what, it's also confusing because everyone uses special usernames and I don't yet know which name is the author's name and which is the character's.