Tut is a text-based user interface for Mastodon.
It offers vim inspired keys.
Tut is free and open source software.
The program supports the following commands:
- :q :quit exit:timeline home, local, federated, direct, notifications.
- :tl h, l, f, d, n (shorter form).
- :blocking lists users that you have blocked.
- :boosts lists users that boosted the toot.
- :compose compose a new toot.
- :favorites lists users that favorited the toot.
- :muting lists users that you have muted.
- :profile go to your profile.
- :tag followed by the hashtag e.g. :tag linux.
- :user followed by a username e.g. :user rasmus to narrow a search include the instance like this.
- :user firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Configurable – change things like the colors, the default timeline, what image viewer to use and some more
Developer: Rasmus Lindroth
License: MIT License
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