Wanchope

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On Mobile Theme...
« on August 21st, 2013, 12:27 PM »
Nice work so far,  great improvement on the mobile theme. Fit's my 4.5' android screen well.
My little observation on using the mobile phone (with opera mini browser) in accessing wedge.org 
* Works better this time, the width fits my 4.5' screen well. I believe it will do well in  smaller screen.
* The ajax function not working on opera mini and when the page reloads, it doesn't work at all
Eg. If you click 'action' it  will reload the page and do nothing. This bug is not in other browsers like default html android browser, ucweb or opera mobile.
 

Pentaxian

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #1, on August 22nd, 2013, 10:54 AM »
Maybe this is not the right place but reading on my iPad 4 the name of the contributor and the title of the topic are on the Same line.

Nao

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #2, on August 22nd, 2013, 01:48 PM »
@Pentaxian that's the idea, yeah... My recent rewrite tried to restore as much of the desktop skin as I could, because it's simply better to retain all functionality, and just cut off any strings whose length isn't under our immediate control, like the topic titles...

@Wanchope, yup, it's the Wireless skin I've been using locally for some time, but I only uploaded it a couple of days ago here, because I felt it was ready for further testing by the audience... :)

I'm not 100% happy with font sizes, but at least now in Firefox and Android Stock, it's not as horrible as it used to be, phew...

The Ajax bug.... Never happened to me, really.
Then again, Opera Mini is NOT part of my mobile toolset, and I have no plans to change this: Opera Mobile is so much better, and even then, it's not as good as Chrome Mobile, so if you have an Android device, I'd simply recommend using Chrome, which is here to stay, unlike Opera Mini, because I really, really don't trust Opera for keeping Presto around, and worse, getting it up to date with today's standards, as they've already shifted all their efforts to Blink...

Wanchope

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #3, on August 22nd, 2013, 02:39 PM »
Maybe this is not the right place but reading on my iPad 4 the name of the contributor and the title of the topic are on the Same line.
It's the way it was programmed. Personally, I prefer something like this
topic title by {poster} on {date}. Avater Removed in Mobile theme! Cc @N
#suggestion
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The Ajax bug.... Never happened to me, really.
Then again, Opera Mini is NOT part of my mobile toolset, and I have no plans to change this: Opera Mobile is so much better, and even then, it's not as good as Chrome Mobile, so if you have an Android device, I'd simply recommend using Chrome, which is here to stay, unlike Opera Mini, because I really, really don't trust Opera for keeping Presto around, and worse, getting it up to date with today's standards, as they've already shifted all their efforts to Blink...
I don't like opera mini too but chunk of my website users are accessing it with opera mini. Too sad :(

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #4, on August 22nd, 2013, 03:48 PM »
Opera Mini has a really good marketshare, its been a problem for my mobile theme too.
The way it's meant to be

Nao

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #5, on August 22nd, 2013, 06:07 PM »
What matters, is that in a few years time, Opera Mini will be nowhere to be found.

As for having the title next to the user name -- what's the problem with that, exactly...? :huh:

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #6, on August 22nd, 2013, 06:45 PM »
Quote from Nao on August 22nd, 2013, 06:07 PM
What matters, is that in a few years time, Opera Mini will be nowhere to be found.

As for having the title next to the user name -- what's the problem with that, exactly...? :huh:
Not enough width, it will almost certainly get cropped by a good margin.

Wanchope

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #7, on August 22nd, 2013, 06:46 PM »
Not a problem but it can be confusing sometimes expecially if the poster have a long user name. Consider if my username is Android Operating System. The topic will look like ANDROID OPERATING SYSTEM - ON MOBILE THEME. I bet it will sound confusing.

Pentaxian

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #8, on August 23rd, 2013, 07:15 PM »
Apparently I was not clear enough. The two texts are not only on the same line but also on the same place, I.e. the beginning of the line.

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #9, on August 23rd, 2013, 08:13 PM »
Quote from Pentaxian on August 23rd, 2013, 07:15 PM
Apparently I was not clear enough. The two texts are not only on the same line but also on the same place, I.e. the beginning of the line.
A screenshot would be quite useful...... maybe? :ph34r:

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #11, on October 22nd, 2013, 04:00 PM »
Just signaling: This problem is still there.

iPad 4/ Safari

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Re: On Mobile Theme...
« Reply #14, on October 23rd, 2013, 08:13 AM »
Well, anything Android is in the clear I suppose, since I do all my mobile dev on a Galaxy S3. But what about iOS?