@helltux is currect, it is for Right-to-left languages, like Persian, Arabic, etc. Those CSS rules are not applied to regular languages. I believe it specifically looks for a data-rtl attribute in the body tag.
@yariplus Looking at the main package.json I notice that although my theme from local folder works untill something happens - and I have the problem described here - it's not listed there.
Before deciding for Nodebb tried another app relying on composer and I had to manually add my local plugins, templates to main composer.json. I have to add my local theme to package.json the same way, here?
I see that I had to execute ./nodebb build in the container. I am guessing that it is because after removing the container, the build directory was gone and needed to be rebuilt, which tells me I have to put a build command on every container startup. This is not very optimal. I am hoping at some point in the future we can have a more hands-off docker-friendly deployment (like with env vars and all).
@człowiek-nuż that list just displays the files that are loaded by the browser when you visit the site. There's no way to hide that, and there's no point in hiding it, either. That list doesn't expose any sensitive information.
If nothing from plugins shows up there, then that just means that their forum doesn't load anything from the plugins when you visit it.
So, I started uploading files in the public/uploads/file via scp.
The topic I created/create with the write-api have as content more or less only a link with code:
The link in the first topics works perfectly, but in the latest 4/5 topic (and in the new ones I create) the link, when clicked, change automatically to lowercase, resulting in an error "Not Found". But if I copy the link from the HTML (where is not lowercase), it does download the file.