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  # 2267736 1-Jul-2019 12:45
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I do it without much problem, but of course that is on a desktop. I suppose it might be harder on a phone.

 

 





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  # 2267769 1-Jul-2019 14:06
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freitasm: BBCode? It is standard, what is wrong with it?


It's a pain to use on mobile. Square brackets is on the 3rd keyboard and forward slash is on the second keyboard. It might not seem like much but posting a quick url requires much more effort that it might seem (for me at least - I don't cut code all day).

 
 
 
 


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  # 2267788 1-Jul-2019 14:45
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DarthKermit:

Handle9: [damn near anything] on a mobile phone. Just painful compared to the desktop experience.


Fixed that for you.



That's not my experience. Most larger sites have apps or mobile responsive sites which work pretty well on mobile.

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  # 2267834 1-Jul-2019 16:08
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Handle9:
freitasm: BBCode? It is standard, what is wrong with it?


It's a pain to use on mobile. Square brackets is on the 3rd keyboard and forward slash is on the second keyboard. It might not seem like much but posting a quick url requires much more effort that it might seem (for me at least - I don't cut code all day).


Do the brackets at the same time then insert the bit in the middle.




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  # 2267837 1-Jul-2019 16:14
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Dingbatt:
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freitasm: BBCode? It is standard, what is wrong with it?


It's a pain to use on mobile. Square brackets is on the 3rd keyboard and forward slash is on the second keyboard. It might not seem like much but posting a quick url requires much more effort that it might seem (for me at least - I don't cut code all day).


Do the brackets at the same time then insert the bit in the middle.


Whichever way you do it it's not a great UX. If I have to think about a workflow to post a url in a forum it's not great.

I also totally understand that this site is not produced by a large company with lots of development resources. It's Mauricios baby that he build from the ground up so I don't have the same expectations as a corporate site.

It still bugs me though!

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  # 2267900 1-Jul-2019 18:05
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  # 2267992 1-Jul-2019 20:46
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Spotify on CarPlay.

 

 

 

Recently replaced my factory head unit with another factory head unit with CarPlay. Fantastic, except Spotify. Full of bugs, tells me I'm offline when I'm not, constantly needs to be restarted and don't get me started about album track order. When I listen to an album I like to listen to it in the order that the artist originally intended. Spotify allows me to do that on my phone but not when using CarPlay? The album track list order on Carplay is neither numerical, nor alphabetical. It could only be described as all over the bloody place!


 
 
 
 


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Handle9: ...so I don't have the same expectations as a corporate site.

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You mean something like the TradeMe message board forums. 😉





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  # 2268137 2-Jul-2019 07:21
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Handle9: ...so I don't have the same expectations as a corporate site.

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You mean something like the TradeMe message board forums. 😉



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  # 2268139 2-Jul-2019 07:23
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When you are meeting other people at a holiday destination and they arrive a few days before you. If I see another photo of Bali this week...

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  # 2268171 2-Jul-2019 08:15
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Web-based forms that still have fields (often compulsory) for Home and Work phone numbers.

 

It's 2019 FFS!





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  # 2268173 2-Jul-2019 08:19
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Go to a webpage, wait for it to stop dancing up and down, so you can click the correct link


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  # 2268274 2-Jul-2019 09:55
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My work's intranet homepage was exactly like this for >5 years, except it darted horizontally rather than vertically.

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  # 2268288 2-Jul-2019 10:30
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Spotify on CarPlay.


 


Recently replaced my factory head unit with another factory head unit with CarPlay. Fantastic, except Spotify. Full of bugs, tells me I'm offline when I'm not, constantly needs to be restarted and don't get me started about album track order. When I listen to an album I like to listen to it in the order that the artist originally intended. Spotify allows me to do that on my phone but not when using CarPlay? The album track list order on Carplay is neither numerical, nor alphabetical. It could only be described as all over the bloody place!



I've been an android user for years, but tried an iPhone again for a week last year. We have Android Auto/CarPlay in the car, and I'm very used to playing with Spotify in Android Auto. One of the things that annoyed me the most is that on Android, I can use voice to play music via Spotify. It's my default music app, but even if it wasnt, I can just say "play on Spotify" and it works flawlessly. On CarPlay, you can only use Siri with Apple Music - everything else she doesn't allow. IIRC, it was the same with using Google Maps - No Siri unless you use Apple Maps.




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  # 2268405 2-Jul-2019 13:23
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Handle9: When you are meeting other people at a holiday destination and they arrive a few days before you. If I see another photo of Bali this week...

 

When people mention they're going on holiday soon and I get envious because I have no current plans to.





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