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Topic # 11595 1-Feb-2007 10:35
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Is there a mobile version of the geekzone forums site - now that I'm using the free wireless at wn airport??  Would be nice to look at on me phone.




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  Reply # 60156 8-Feb-2007 15:17
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Why don't you help freistasm write one up?




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  Reply # 60171 8-Feb-2007 21:00
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I wouldn't have the foggiest how.   I think they have one for the news, was hoping there might be one for the forums...




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  Reply # 60179 8-Feb-2007 21:58
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There is a mobile version here but its news only. forums work ok in mobile browser in one column mode

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Reply # 60186 8-Feb-2007 23:24
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I wish I could code ASP*  and code 'er up myself but we'll have to wait for Mauricio to code this up!


Does anyone know how to install a "hosts" file onto a PDA to lower the bandwidth used up contacting Ad sites and trackers?




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  Reply # 60210 9-Feb-2007 09:17
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paradoxsm: I wish I could code ASP* and code 'er up myself but we'll have to wait for Mauricio to code this up!
Does anyone know how to install a "hosts" file onto a PDA to lower the bandwidth used up contacting Ad sites and trackers?
*(Actually I don't wish I could code ASP, I do not like the format)


There was a hosts file editor for pocket pc from the past which was useful. though I can't remember the name.




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Reply # 60215 9-Feb-2007 09:26
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Hmmm. What about Pockethosts? How would have thought of this name? Seriously good software. Windows Mobile stores DHCP in the registry not in a hosts file.






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  Reply # 60226 9-Feb-2007 10:57
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Cheers heaps! Now i can read nzherald without scrolling across the montrous banner ads!

I knew it was called "pocket hosts" but a search a month ago was fruitless.! possibly as I was hunting for a.txt file!

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  Reply # 60310 10-Feb-2007 09:06
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Wouldnt you be able to make a mobile version of geekzone by changing the stylesheet and/or theme in the CRM software? PhpBB is pretty good like that. I ripped that apart good. There was some basic javascript in the index.html of the site which detected the screen resolution and I used that to autodetect a tiny screen.



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  Reply # 60311 10-Feb-2007 09:14
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paradoxsm - what did you put in your hosts file to do whatever you've done.  I've had the odd play in the past on a Windows server with the hosts file (basically to fool one dev server into thinking that it is the 3 production servers).  But interested in what you have done on your phone/pda for browsing...




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Media:Chromecast v2, ATV4, Roku3, HDHomeRun Dual
Windows 2012 
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