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Topic # 102743 21-May-2012 20:57
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Something weird with IE on the Lumia 800 and m.nzherald.co.nz. If you go to one of the Sections and select anything other than the first item in the page, it no longer appears to be hyperlinked. Checked it on an iPhone and an Android device - works just fine and takes you to relevant article.

Any other Windows Phone owners seeing the same behaviour?

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  Reply # 628579 21-May-2012 21:07
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Not only Nokia Lumia, but all Windows Phone I have here (LG, HTC)...





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  Reply # 628582 21-May-2012 21:10
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i get the same behaviour on my htc trophy also.

I don't tend to use the m.nzherald site usually though, as I use the native WP7 app instead which has a nice pivot and the ability to include/exclude sections from the navigation

wp7 app: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-NZ/apps/520e3441-d338-4546-99a0-d1d7e3824376




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  Reply # 628584 21-May-2012 21:11
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oh, and there is also another site at mobile.nzherald.co.nz if you need a 'lite' version




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  Reply # 628590 21-May-2012 21:20
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freitasm: Not only Nokia Lumia, but all Windows Phone I have here (LG, HTC)...


So something to do with IE and the site then.

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  Reply # 628733 22-May-2012 09:18
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Same behaviour here on Samsung Focus under Mango / IE9



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  Reply # 628894 22-May-2012 12:22
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Reported it to NZ Herald tech team via their web site, so I'll see if anyone gets back to me.



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  Reply # 629301 23-May-2012 09:17
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Heard back from NZ Herald. They are looking at what the issue might be.

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  Reply # 631958 29-May-2012 13:32
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Hi all,

This is Umesh, Product Manager - nzherald.co.nz.

I can assure you that all the issues related to windows phone has now been fixed.

This update was rolled out yesterday. Thanks for all of your valuable feedback.

Enjoy reading nzherald.co.nz

Cheers
Umesh




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