Glad you like the app! Please let me know if there's anything you'd like to see added and we can work to put it in a future release.
Evening all.. I bought the pro upgrade a few weeks ago but I've never received any notifications at all. Is there something else I need to do? Permissions in github look ok and I can see that the OAuth connection was used in the past week.
Oh, actually the permission is for codehub... should there be another one?
i was going through all my itunes purchases yesterday and could not even detect the installation (free) of codehub. according to an apple rep. and their database i never downloaded it in the first place. which is funny because i am using the app as pro since mid-2016.
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what ever happened to the dark theme that was planned?
Hi, I just get codehub for companies but I can't connect to my account. I got an error message : Unable to login! Cookies must be enabled to use GitHub (iOs). Could you help me?
Hey folks, where did the Delete Cache in settings go?
Added 3rd party access refreshed the app, exited, came back - the orgs are in the sidebar and in Events but still can't see them so I'm thinking it is the cache issue but the cache delete option doesn't exist (iOS)
Was it moved?
Is there a dark mode? I did not find it in the settings.
@cppguru, there is currently no dark mode. However, there is an open feature request to implement it.
Curious why accept all certificates for any outgoing connection. Sounds like a security issue
Damn that apple was good...... did i miss something.......thanks buddy your app is amazing.........
@Allyn69 any idea how you edit files using codehub
@Rexogamer, if you go to a repository, click "Source", navigate to a file you want to edit, then, in the top right, click the "Action" button (the square with an arrow), there will be an option to "Edit"
@bruno-garcia because Enterprise deployments may be setup with self-signed certificates I turned off certification validation to allow users to interact with their deployments. In the future, it would be better for the user to have to explicitly add the certificate as an exception into CodeHub but when I when I wrote that I feared the extra hurdle, which other GitHub apps didn't have, would piss people off.
Would it mean that a user could send their credentials to the wrong server? Like github.com's to a MITM instance?
Perhaps a dialog open if the cert fails, shows details and offers to ignore it?
@thedillonb are you still developing the app? your last commit was in march
leave this room doesn't work
Is CodeHub still Alice and providing support? I had a feature request to make.