New Twitter PWA update released - June 30, 2021

    New Twitter PWA update released - June 30, 2021

    New Twitter PWA update released - June 30, 2021


    New
    • Error Pages: Our error pages have gotten a visual refresh. Hopefully you’re not seeing these too often, but keep an eye out if you run into one!
    • Feminine Arabic: In some languages, such as Arabic, words can be feminine or masculine, but we’ve missed a way for people to tell us how they want to be addressed. We’ve introduced a new language setting that acknowledges and better supports the Arabic feminine form. You can configure this setting by going to “Settings and privacy”, then “Accessibility, display, and languages.” Next, select “Languages” and go to “Display language”. You can read more here!
    • Inline Reply: Previously in experiment, inline replies should now be enabled for nearly everyone.

    Updated
    • Accessibility: Date input and dropdown selector fields will now semantically flag error states to provide better coverage for screen readers.
    • Accessibility: Focusing a follow button will now give you additional context such as the account or Topic you may be following or unfollowing.
    • Accessibility: “j” and “k” keyboard shortcuts will allow you to navigate up and down DMs much like other timelines.
    • Accessibility: Improved accessibility tagging of radio button groups.
    • Composer: Increased the tap target size for interacting with the composer.
    • Composer: Decreased the height of previous Tweets shown in the composer when creating a thread.
    • DMs: Media that’s been hidden within DM message requests will now be rendered immediately when accepting the request instead of requiring a refresh.
    • Quick Promote: Locations which do not allow targeted promotions will no longer show in the location list when going through the Quick Promote process.
    • Spaces: When navigating to a different page from within a Space on mobile, the dock should now collapse if it’s expanded.
    • Tweets: We’ve removed the reply context prompt for Tweets on the conversation timeline when replying to your own threaded Tweets.

    Fixed
    • Account: When deleting a phone number, the confirmation message will now properly call out whether you’re using the number for two-factor authentication.
    • Carousels: Clicking on an offscreen slide in a carousel will now properly swap you to that slide.
    • Carousels: Video will no longer continue playing after you’ve navigated away from the slide in a carousel.
    • Composer: The composer input will now properly default to right-to-left or left-to-right depending on your language setting, regardless of whether you’ve entered text.
    • Conversation Controls: Resolved issues around being unable to create polls with conversation control settings.
    • DMs: Removed excess empty space at the bottom of the DM inbox and search screens when scrolling.
    • DM Drawer: Using the “g i” keyboard shortcut to navigate to the Lists screen will no longer open the DM drawer as well.
    • Drafts: Tweet drafts that reply to other Tweets will no longer incorrectly show that the Tweet you’re replying to has been deleted.
    • Emoji Picker: The emoji picker window will no longer expand based on the size of the search string.
    • Popovers: Certain popover modals will no longer truncate their content on mobile clients.
    • Popovers: Using the escape key to close media popovers on Safari will no longer cause Safari to exit full screen mode.
    • Sensitive Media: Fixed an issue where the link to appeal a sensitive media warning was not opening the reporting flow properly.
    • Spaces: Navigating directly to a Space which is scheduled will now give you the option to set a reminder instead of showing the ended dialog.
    • Spaces: Fixed an issue where Spaces scheduled within 48 hours would incorrectly show as scheduled for the current day.




    Source: Release Notes
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