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Topic # 70836 1-Nov-2010 09:10 Send private message

If I look at a topic notification email on my iPhone and click the link to the forum I always seem to go to the full geekzone site.  I thought it was supposed to redirect in that situation?




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  Reply # 398358 1-Nov-2010 09:13 Send private message

If you switch to full version we put a cookie in your browser and it will always go to the full version. Tap the link at the bottom to switch to back mobile, and try the link again.





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Reply # 398551 1-Nov-2010 14:41 Send private message

I blame redjungle and his shoddy coding.  Too much sun in the HB me thinks! Tongue out




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