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Topic # 86951 15-Jul-2011 18:27
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Yah today I can go page forward page back and links open in same window. Whatever was fixed makes navigation so much better. (yep using an iPad on Geekzone what's the works coming to?).




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  Reply # 493811 15-Jul-2011 18:33
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Nice... I'm still praying to the devs for an android version of live.geekzone!

(wish I still had the skills but I got lost after the 90's)

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  Reply # 493815 15-Jul-2011 19:13
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We haven't changed anything.

As for Android versions - we have an API, offered to open up, some developers started playing with it but obviously is not attractive enough for them to release something.

At the moment we can only commit to web versions. I was talking to Phil (RedJungle) today about things I wanted to do here, so who knows what's next ;) ?




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 493855 15-Jul-2011 21:14
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freitasm: 
we have an API, offered to open up, some developers started playing with it but obviously is not attractive enough for them to release something.



Q: Where's the info about the GeekZone API? 

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