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  # 672432 14-Aug-2012 19:08
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  # 673413 16-Aug-2012 18:03
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I'm guessing this has been reverted to non mobile display for iPad?

 
 
 
 


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  # 673686 17-Aug-2012 13:48
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Yes much more readable on an iPhone and Lumia 800.

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  # 673926 18-Aug-2012 08:41
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Good on Nokia N8 and iPad.

 
 
 
 




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  # 673928 18-Aug-2012 08:50
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freitasm: I haven't changed anything...



i think my podgy finger had pressed the 'full site' link

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  # 674101 18-Aug-2012 22:15
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I usually use the "Full"site on my E7.  I've just tried the "Mobile" version.  The top of the page looks like c##p on Opera Mobile as you cannot read the header easily as the blue lettering doesn't contrast well against the grey background.  However in the native Nokia browser it looks good with the lettering being white.  Why the difference?

The Nokia Browser is on the left and Opera Mobile on the right.

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  # 674178 19-Aug-2012 11:04
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There's something about Opera both on desktop and mobile that is annoying. It seems it doesn't respect the CSS that every other browser does...

Could you please visit our IP information page and send me the User-Agent for your Opera Mobile?





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  # 674187 19-Aug-2012 11:19
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That's ok, I have installed Nokia Mobile Emulator on this laptop. Still annoys me to no end that Opera can actually download the logo but it's not showing it.




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  # 674191 19-Aug-2012 11:34
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Technofreak: I usually use the "Full"site on my E7.  I've just tried the "Mobile" version.  The top of the page looks like c##p on Opera Mobile as you cannot read the header easily as the blue lettering doesn't contrast well against the grey background.  However in the native Nokia browser it looks good with the lettering being white.  Why the difference?

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Fixed that for you now ;)







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  # 674195 19-Aug-2012 11:39
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The change has standardised the appearance on iPad and Tab, however, I would have preferred the iPad view had changed to the Tab view, rather than the two meeting at the current compromise (yes, I know this stuff is very very subjective).

iPad left, Tab right.

iPad left v Tab right



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  # 674197 19-Aug-2012 11:43
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ps. Here is the Tab before and after for reference

Galaxy Tab 7.7 before and after sizing change

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  # 674201 19-Aug-2012 11:50
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I've changed the miniport to use the device width instead of a fixed size. Higher resolutions will cause that. On the other hand, the initial view was also changed to a larger size. This makes everything better on smaller screens. Tabs are in their own category - I would be happier using the full Geekzone on a tab screen and Geekzone Mobile on a smaller screen.




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