Hello! Thank you for your reply, just had a query! Also yay im in a screenshot!
If you are free, can you clarify and/or further explain a few concerns listed?
Firstly, the app differences? I'm not sure what you mean, we've had the identical reporting system since launch unless I am mistaken for something else excluding that the app has advertisements and no option to disable full-page ads which pop up every 15 mins give or take.
Secondly, although its a little further into the future, can we expect the same necessary moderation tools that we have within the forums post-merge?
Thirdly, can we expect some sort of CSS or JS to be carried over to the desktop client (at minimum at least, mobile would be nice, however I'm not sure any of us have Mobile web development experience under our belts)? I mean, it clearly works with CSS however we seem to be unable to find where exactly we can alter this, even something as simple as the header image, I wouldn't think three separate styles would look good for consistencies sake
Fourthly, is an API in thoughts for later development? It would be quite useful but thats more a personal request.
Lastly, is there any sort of dev feed we can see over patch history that is visible to external users? It was quite nice a mod icon was added sneakily so was just curious if we are missing out on anything we've not yet realised!
Many thanks for your check in none the less! Apologies if this isn't really the right stage to voice concerns and queries, however it just seems like you are reminding us of what we already have :)
Hoping for a reply soon! Many thanks for not leaving us in the dark with this once more
Edit: I looked it over once more quite some time later and I must say that I am quite disheartened that it seems our initial discussion regarding moderator roles almost seems not to register as the suggestion listed was to throw more moderators at the issue we originally brought this up and not only that, has given a few the wrong impression as to now awaiting moderation placement
As for the "keep to the app", this is still further from our initial issues, which I believe to already have been discussed within the first thread.
I wholeheartedly hope this was not a boiler plate reply we would really like some input on the issues raised as to the current condition of use /d/ is residing within