Petrichor I (Am)



oh good.
conflict is gone now :+1:


…but I did third it…


I don’t know how it refreshes, it’s probably in the other two files.


@Petrichor I tried deleting each one on its own, but it erases my profile from the app so I have to log back in.


Yes, the metadata stores your account. You can’t delete them.


@Petrichor But the other 2 do say that the time they were modified was when I was last on hopscotch, but the important third one doesn’t update. Do you know why this one doesn’t refresh?

And why do you think Twisty Arrow got reported?


I think it’s an apple thing, I’m pretty sure it’s a core data database or whatever, and those two store the most data. I’m not sure how it works. I reinstalled Hopscotch once and the metadata updated accounts when I logged into another. I didn’t check immediately though.

Someone has been reporting featured projects for a while now.


Seriously? And that automatically “disables” them?

I think that the metadata updates after a certain period of time, but I will keep searching for any factors.


It’s a byte array, probably for a bplist.

It wouldn’t work. When you’re on later, whiteboard?

The projects? Yes.

Find zauthtoken and zaccountid in zaccount. You can create a perfectly updated link to check these things. I think, i May be be wrong actually. I’ll check.


Nevermind, you need another number too.


Which one is needed too?


The three main ones and the api token, which isn’t in metadata.

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Thank you



@Petrichor I need some help


Ok, let me know when we’re both on.


Why not? I know it is like editing in a custom image and others wouldn’t be able to see it, but whe not locally?
nvm I know why


Thank you for the shoutout! :smile:


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Yeah, the iPad thing is vaguely based off of that iPad trend from 2014, and the pc thing I’ve been thinking about for a while.


Feel free to use Resizeable Window code with credit, though you probably won’t need that


That’s the most logical reason for an action that I’ve heard in my whole life.