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  #230636 3-Jul-2009 11:35
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Will do when I see the problems again. Recently switched from Safari 4 to Firefox 3.5 so the editor is back.




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#230830 3-Jul-2009 19:47
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And here is more evidence of RedJungle hard work... The first Geekzone Mobile screenshots, taken from my Windows Mobile Smartphone:





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  #230831 3-Jul-2009 19:51
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Looking good guys




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  #230832 3-Jul-2009 19:54
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Nice progress. looks good.

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  #230833 3-Jul-2009 19:56
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I will report any issues that I encounter. Sir! :)




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  #230844 3-Jul-2009 20:21
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freitasm: And here is more evidence of RedJungle hard work... The first Geekzone Mobile screenshots, taken from my Windows Mobile Smartphone:


IE Mobiles defaulting to 'single column' display mode makes the header look a bit strange.. switching over to 'Fit to desktop' or 'Desktop' view mode looks much nicer.

Here's a few shots from my iPhone:









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  #230874 3-Jul-2009 21:55
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does the mobile version require the "Home" and "Forums" links in the header? perhaps the geekzone logo could double as the home link? the crumbtrail has the forums link in it anyway. maybe the extra room in the header could be used for something else?

am also wondering if avatars are normal size (in KB) but just displayed smaller? to keep page loads fast, perhaps automatically create a smaller version of the avatar when a user loads one and use this in the m version?

looks nice though, keep up the good work :)




 
 
 
 


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Mauricio, any chance of the forum emails sent out to include the mobile link as well as the normal?




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  #230943 4-Jul-2009 10:44
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Better if the entrypoint link from the email can auto-detect the browser based on user agent.




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Looks good!




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  #231016 4-Jul-2009 16:58
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IE Mobiles defaulting to 'single column' display mode makes the header look a bit strange.. switching over to 'Fit to desktop' or 'Desktop' view mode looks much nicer.


Quick poll for IE mobile users - do you normally use 'single column' view mode? if that's the norm then I'll look at redesigning the header so not so much space is wasted.




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  #231018 4-Jul-2009 17:08
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IE Mobiles defaulting to 'single column' display mode makes the header look a bit strange.. switching over to 'Fit to desktop' or 'Desktop' view mode looks much nicer.


Quick poll for IE mobile users - do you normally use 'single column' view mode? if that's the norm then I'll look at redesigning the header so not so much space is wasted.


I only use "Single Column" because in some devices it is slow to scroll left-right...





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  #231278 5-Jul-2009 19:38
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i often use single column mode. when the new version that zooms properly arrives i may change my mind...






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If anyone is willing to use Hamachi then you are welcome to try our dev.geekzone.co.nz server for the full website version. I might accept five people? PM me if interested.







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