I can't really test this either since I happened to publish my games in alphabetical order, but yes, it is the default site behavior unaltered by the extension. Seems to operate on a delay, too, where the sort you select is applied only after you've selected a new one.
I might not have.
I normally just use the dark mode of the browser. An app would be nice if it could improve some of the other stuff like the extension does, but I imagine that it's not that easy to make.
I'm still using the site in its purest form and have not downloaded any app. In any case, when I bothered to click the link to it, I got warnings about potential viruses and shit.
Yeah, the conversion requires a lot of manual find & replace and I'm lazy lol
I have updated the FF extension to the latest version now (and then had to upload a quick revision bc of a problem with the icon). For anyone currently running 0.4.1, it should eventually auto-update, but here's the manual link anyway: CYSFFE 0.4.6r1
Edit: I feel like the auto update isn’t working for whatever reason, so here’s the second revision that fixes the item description saving problem: CYSFFE 0.4.6r2
Edit 2: Yeah, putting "r2" on the end of the version number was confusing it. This is now the latest version: CYSFFE 0.4.7
Yeah, there are just so many buttons that as the posts get more narrow, it all starts to overflow. So now the buttons will try to shrink to accomodate the post title (like in the image), and if all else fails, they'll float over the post text.
Oops something went wrong relating to CYSCE and FFE. I have no idea what could cause this in both Chrome and Firefox as they've been updated. I'm illiterate when it comes to code, so I tried to troubleshoot whether this is a problem with my browsers or my internet by loading up a fresh virtual machine. I installed Firefox, and then added its extension. This resulted in the same issues. Running Windows 10 if that's helpful at all. I'm gonna leave this here in case anyone has the same problems and its not just a me problem.
Ah that's fixed it! Looks good now.
I'm glad you brought up the second point! The typeface actually has an "uppercase" variant of its numerals that I'm going to use from now on because I definitely agree the default style isn't as great for heading-type text.
Also, I'm going to try a different format for the body typeface. My Ubuntu machine has had the same issue of not rendering its bold i but this new format seems to work.
I think it was decided that that would be too big a change in form from the classic CYS experience? If I did make light mode the default, it would also switch for anyone who already has the extension but never bothered changing their theme.
I'm also considering a one-time (or per-version) "welcome message" that mentions profile settings and maybe a changelog, etc. because that would also address the problem of users not realizing there actually are themes and settings to change.