But, I see only hits from other mastodon instances, not from my local server.
So I don't see my own photo's, but also not the images from other users off, in this case, photog.social.
Is this by design? Did I miss a setting or something?
I just uploaded an image as you can see in the home column and in the local timeline. After that I clicked on "#photo" with the results in the thirth timeline.
No filters (i found that page in the settings, it's empty) and no muted accounts, especially not my own..;)
When paging through the #photo column I simply find no image from my own instance.
@Jondor Can you refresh the page / click "Back" then re-open the tag?
@Jondor That's very strange.
Are you using PrivacyBadger, uMatrix or similar tools?
@ambassador "disconnect" but it doesn't block anything on this server (there's only one connection between mastohost.com and photog.social
@ambassador actually if I look in the federated timeline I also see my toot on the bootstrap warning, but not the next on being clean and being new. Same for the local timeline.
@Jondor Hopefully we can set some reasonable expectations 😉
@Jondor that is normal, if a toot is a reply to you it will only show up in your notifications timeline. Not in your home timeline.
I know it is a bit confusing but the replies you send show up in the home timeline but when you receive it skips the home timeline and goes straight to the notification timeline.
Under the tag #photo I just tooted an image with a magpie but when I click (search?) #photo I only see photo's from 6 hours ago and older. Scrolling back I also don't find any of my older photos nor photos from other contacts on my instance.
@hugo yeah, there it is and also all the other toots and some other photo's since, by now, the 8 hours ago orangy photo from tokiyo
@Jondor so there is something on your internet connection that is stopping the full timeline. I have no idea what that could be (firewall, antivirus, vpn...) something in your internet connection is causing the problem.
@hugo Weird indeed as it's not only from my current session at home, under linux, but I started this and asked from work under windows 10 using a completely different internet link and provider.
So the only thing in common between both systems is the use of chrome and that we're both in Enschede, the Netherlands.
@Jondor then it’s even stranger is it the same ISP for both internet connections?
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