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Topic # 166161 4-Mar-2015 14:18
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Quick reply chrome on android issue. Had this on both a4&a5.

The post button disappears. Anyone else had that?

Oftentimes the formatting gets strange and the buttton appears in odd places (in whitespace) but still works when you find it.

Disappearing is more difficult but a forward/back will fix it.

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  Reply # 1251060 4-Mar-2015 14:20
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  Reply # 1251122 4-Mar-2015 16:19
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I use Chrome on Android for all my Geekzoning and haven't had this issue.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1251209 4-Mar-2015 17:33
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Stock note 3 and 4 browser does weird stuff with the sizing of the box too. Usually comes right when moving off things and the keyboard goes away.




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  Reply # 1251232 4-Mar-2015 17:59
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scottjpalmer: I use Chrome on Android for all my Geekzoning and haven't had this issue.

Good point. Seems like a weird resizing isssue. I'm on 720 x 1280 according to spec. Issue occurs in portrait.

M's suggested workaround is probably ok.

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