@jan yes that is also possible. Can you maybe narrow down which one it is and whats different from others?
@jan Usually these kind of bugs are caused by a "bad" notification, i.e. one that violates the API contract. Maybe that notification got deleted?
@andredo Yes, it is a known issue. We are refactoring a lot in the timeline code currently and broke stuff. Now we decided to take a step back and reimplement it alltogether so it will take a while until it is fixed. If it bothers you please use the stable version in the meantime!
Thx for testing!
@Bobo_PK a lot of reasons, but primarily because there is a new library that takes away most of the hard parts. The old stuff is so difficult to maintain and slow
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