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  # 211577 2-May-2009 08:48
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I just view it from a laptop. As I'm running Windows 7 I utilise the Geekzone Gadget a lot to jump straight to threads.


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  # 211580 2-May-2009 09:04
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Since I've had the E71 I've been using Opera Mini and the default Nokia browser quite a bit. Not quite as 'friendly' as using a PC, but definitely does the job.


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  # 211581 2-May-2009 09:06
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Mostly from my desktop, but will usually view from my iPhone when out and about if I get an e-mail notification about a topic I'm watching.

Safari Mobile works very well, but scrolling so much can be a pain on larger threads. A cut down mobile version would of course be ideal.

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  # 211597 2-May-2009 09:39
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Yes, a cut down mobile version without banner images would be perfect but I do realise it costs money to run this site.

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  # 211603 2-May-2009 09:51
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most often, (like right this minute) use one of my many symbian phones or occasionally the okta touch.

Subscribe to turn off the ads and love those quick reply boxes! Yes removal of javascript would be fantastic, javascript can really bog stuff down.

Yes a mobile version would be fantastic, i've always been amazed there has never been a mobile version or even just a "lite" version with the "mobile" focus of the site.

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  # 211610 2-May-2009 10:22
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Here is an idea for the future:

On the homepage, allow users to customise the type of latest posts to view. For example, I would only like to follow all the latest laptop topics, Vodafone topics, etc, excluding other posts from other topics That would be great!

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