• 𝒍𝒆𝒎𝒂𝒏𝒏
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        319 months ago

        I’ll just stick to 🏴‍☠️ old games with DRM, why should I give a company 🤑 for redistributing a cracker’s hard work?

    • @XEAL@lemm.ee
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      139 months ago

      You gotta do a workaround [url](url) when the URL breaks like that.

      • @wallmenis
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        59 months ago

        Thank you! Imma fix it right now.

      • @wallmenis
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        39 months ago

        How? I read the comments and I can’t replicate the issue you are experiencing. The original link is causing the problem for me (but I can still access the page).

      • TWeaK
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        39 months ago

        Fix what? Link works fine for me. Sometimes Nitter doesn’t load though, hit refresh a few times and you’ll get it.

          • TWeaK
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            59 months ago

            Ah right I see. Surely that’s the app developer’s responsibility to fix?

              • TWeaK
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                49 months ago

                I mean sure, but that’s a bit more involved than just pasting a link with no code and having the renderer make a link, which lemmy is supposed to do. The app is failing to meet the lemmy spec, the developer should fix that.

                • pjhenry1216
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                  69 months ago

                  So, it’s actually more a Lemmy bug. Lemmy stores the comments just fine but the API displays it with markdown. The double underscore is screwing up other apps abilities to display it and there’s really no way to avoid that. A third party app can’t tell if it’s supposed to be interpreted or not.

                  So on Lemmy, all the URLs look fine. On Kbin or any other apps, they’ll all get cut off after the first underscore.

                  • TWeaK
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                    9 months ago

                    and there’s really no way to avoid that.

                    Yes there is, the way lemmy avoids it. _ might be usable as a tag in mark down, but it shouldn’t be used to break out of a URL.

                    This is definitely a kbin bug lol. Edit: not kbin, but whichever app people are browsing with. Both lemmy and kbin websites work.