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  # 233380 10-Jul-2009 06:39
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PS. Nice job, been a long time coming.





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  # 233383 10-Jul-2009 06:51
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Even my pearl is loving this. Well done Phil!

 
 
 
 


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  # 233387 10-Jul-2009 07:59
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Very nice indeed.
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  # 233414 10-Jul-2009 09:12
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nice I like the layout and it seems nice and fast on my okta touch - posting this from it now




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mmm my flag shows US but my profile uis set to NZ. I wonder if thats due to posting from my mobile - testing now from PC.

edit: thats it - MF does the flag use your browser location?



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  # 233420 10-Jul-2009 09:18
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geekiegeek: mmm my flag shows US but my profile uis set to NZ. I wonder if thats due to posting from my mobile - testing now from PC.

edit: thats it - MF does the flag use your browser location?


This has beend discussed lots before in the Geekzone forum. The flag is from the browser location, and Telecom uses an IP range on their CDMA network that some databases point as U.S.

We also have some DSL posters from New Zealand that show up as Australia.





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Like me !!
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And I will always show up as posting from Canada as am using the RIM server to access this

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Looks really good, even in Chrome. But not usable to me - there's no 'New forum posts' page that I can find, which I find is the only easy way to keep up with content quickly.




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Thanks for the feedback guys - remember this a first beta release. Refinements and new features will come.




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  # 233440 10-Jul-2009 09:35
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geekiegeek: mmm my flag shows US but my profile uis set to NZ. I wonder if thats due to posting from my mobile - testing now from PC.

edit: thats it - MF does the flag use your browser location?


This has beend discussed lots before in the Geekzone forum. The flag is from the browser location, and Telecom uses an IP range on their CDMA network that some databases point as U.S.

We also have some DSL posters from New Zealand that show up as Australia.



Thanks.




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  # 233444 10-Jul-2009 09:37
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*** Please not that Phil and I agreed the first few updates will be on the live mobile site. If you see it broken, wait a few minutes and try again. This will happen until I create an internal dev site. ***

*** Please note the site can be accessed through either m.geekzone.co.nz and geekzone.mobi ***

*** DNS records for the geekzone.mobi domain are still being updated ***









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  # 233446 10-Jul-2009 09:39
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mjb: Looks really good, even in Chrome. But not usable to me - there's no 'New forum posts' page that I can find, which I find is the only easy way to keep up with content quickly.


A Last Forum Posts page will be coming. Also remember you can access the mobile version from desktop browsers but at certain stage it will be restricted to mobile browsers only.







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  # 233453 10-Jul-2009 09:47
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TheBartender: fast, uses little data, and no adverts.


I will make it clear now to prevent misunderstandings. We will have advertising on the mobile site. It's likely to be a single banner. But since mobile advertising is something that hasn't been tested in New Zealand yet we won't be pushing this too hard - yet.





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  # 233462 10-Jul-2009 09:54
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mike: Don't put a post reply link at the bottom. Put a quick reply box on the same page.


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