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Topic # 185392 20-Nov-2015 19:08
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I find myself accessing Geekzone more and more often on my phone. Generally it's a bit of a pain as there is no equivalent of the discussions area on the main home page and the editor is crippled, especially for quoting.

How do other users find this? I'd find at least a discussions page with the latest threads really useful when I've got a spare 5 minutes out and about. It wouldn't have to be dynamic like the normal homepage, just the last 10 threads that have been edited or something like that.

Interested in others thoughts.



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freitasm: Like this?

I actually use Geekzone full site on my mobile. It's fast and works.




Yeah that would be good, just on the mobile site. I've got a 4.7 inch screen and find the full site too hard when I'm out.

 
 
 
 


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I just use the full site, and http://live.geekzone.co.nz/

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I use the full site.

I must admit YMMV depending on your browser when using the full or desktop site (Geekzone or any other site) on your mobile. 

I use Opera and it renders most desktop sites very well especially with text reflow which allows you to zoom the text size without the need to scroll left and right to read the content.




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