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Topic # 191512 6-Feb-2016 18:57
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Hi
Is there a way to access the full Web browser trademe site on Chrome.
When it type in www.trademe.Co. nz it goes to touch.trademe.co.nz.
I have tried request full site from my chrome menu but does nothing.
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  Reply # 1486632 6-Feb-2016 19:00
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Fine for me on android

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  Reply # 1486636 6-Feb-2016 19:16
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Change it under settings in Chrome to get non mobile site


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1486637 6-Feb-2016 19:27
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Were about on the setting is it.
Can not see it on mine ?

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  Reply # 1486638 6-Feb-2016 19:43
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Look under advanced then

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  Reply # 1486639 6-Feb-2016 19:45
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Just looked it seems like option has been removed

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  Reply # 1486640 6-Feb-2016 20:04
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If you have root access you could try one of the various user agent switchers.








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  Reply # 1486651 6-Feb-2016 21:08
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I might pass on the root access.
I just want to keep it simple.
Thanks

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  Reply # 1486656 6-Feb-2016 21:27
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There is a 'Desktop Site' link at the bottom of the touch.trademe.co.nz page.


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  Reply # 1486685 6-Feb-2016 22:08
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Works fine for me on Chrome.

 

 

 

Try clearing your cache

 

 

 

 





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