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The apps I use the most are open source and in active development. Often, I notice bugs or I have ideas of possible improvements but I rarely have time to file a proper issue for every bug or a exhaustive post for a feature request. Thus, in this list I quickly note all the thoughts which pop up in my mind, hoping some day I will have enough time to effectively share my reports.


Below, I take note of improvements or bugs which were not reported by anyone else yet. If there is something I noticed but someone else opened an issue about it, I will at most comment on it, but it will not appear here. In the same way, when I address the ideas I formerly wrote on this page, I successively delete them from here.

iOS #

Improvements and bugs of iOS which I notice while using my iPhone. iPhone feedback form

  • Siri offline
  • Clicking multiple times to toggle WiFi and Bluetooth: one click to disable it (white color), two clicks to completely switch it off. Alternatively, adding in the long-press pop-up the option to switch it off completely.
  • More selective notifications options, as in Android: select only specific types of notifications to mute
  • Extended screenshots
  • Allow making downtime schedule correspond to all of the events in a calendar, e.g. for University

Shortcuts #

  • Apple Pay automation: trigger action passing the payed price to a shortcut
  • Create and edit Shortcuts from MacOS or from web browser, so that it can be easier to visualize changes.

Messages #

  • Improved audio handling
  • Delete for me / delete for everybody option
  • mark as unread

Pixelfed #

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Signal #

Signal is the most secure and private messaging app in the world

  • setting to choose to automatically download media and add to Library

Loop habit tracker #

Loop Habit Tracker is an open source app for self tracking

  • Add the capability of inserting daily numbers instead of boolean values only. (e.g. to track how many candies I ate)

Nextcloud Notes #

  • Front matter recognition
  • Monospaced fonts for raw Markdown only (only while editing)

DupeGuru #

  • scanning also mirrored images and rotated ones # is an annotation and highlighting service for web pages

  • design improvement
  • WebMentions and IndieWeb integration

Obsidian #

Feature requests #

  • Make Wikilinks work in HTML tags

Bugs #

  • Markdown links in the format [example] are not correctly displayed in embedded notes
  • in editor mode last 2 letters are hidden. (fixed by setting .CodeMirror overflow: unset in the CSS theme file)
  • cursor width not corresponding to a single character’s spacing

1Writer #

1Writer is arguably the best Markdown writer app for iOS

  • Scroll to top / scroll to bottom buttons
  • Custom display front matter
  • read front matter metadata and use it
  • add a GUI metadata editor which modifies front matter content
  • support anchor links in wikilinks
  • support pages embedding

Cubbit #

cubbit > Feature requests

Oxygen OS #

Oxygen OS is the Android flavor developed and used by OnePlus

I stopped using my OnePlus 6T as my main device in February 2018
  • match the lock screen and ambient display design (right now digital clocks have two different fonts and sizes)
  • add the capability to customize the alert slider

piwigo > Bugs

piwigo > Feature requests

Joplin #

Joplin is a wonderful and complete note-taking app.

Note: I stopped using Joplin as my daily driver since November 2020 and I switched to Obsidian. The reasons why I did this are in this blog post.

Features requests #

  • Export to docx/odt: pandoc integration
  • Choose or edit formatting options of exported PDFs from GUI
  • Syntax Highlighting on mobile
  • Keyboard Shortcut for To-Do/Note conversion
  • display To-Dos on top after reminder rung
  • when a completed to-do has an indented point, dim it too
  • remove the delete confirmation button by adding a “Trash” notebook which empties itself automatically every x days
  • multiple simultaneous note editing
  • MOBILE ONLY: when clicking on reminder’s notification, go to the reminder in question
  • Notebook pinning
  • <br /> shortcut
  • Join the Common Mark standard
  • don’t create the _resources folder when exporting a note which hasn’t any attachments
  • Toggle an automatic table of content creation
  • Support for YAML front matter
  • Implement split view: two different notes side by side

Bugs #

  • cmd + E works only to switch external editing on, not to turn it off

Zettlr #

Zettlr is the best Markdown editor out there.

Since November 2020 I stopped using Zettlr because its work could be made by Obsidian
  • Implement split view: two different notes side by side


  • importing, not only exporting SVGs

🏗 WIP section 🛠

This section should contain a beautifull graph displaying the relations among this note and all of the others on Unfortunately, showing it requires great coding skills and I am still working on it.