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#1 2015-05-19 21:15:57

Wolfy
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Registered: 2015-05-12
Posts: 313

I don't know if this is really a bug

This is regarding "small screens" or reducing the browser window down to the size of a cell phone screen.  When that happens, the bottom task bar is not scalable, so the close session and any user defined buttons placed on the right side of the screen won't be seen.  The top bar is scalable and all the buttons keep moving to the left, even if they have to jump off the task bar to do it.  That's good as it ensures there is still a close session button at the top.  If it's possible, the bottom bar needs that same kind of flexibility.  A lot of people, more than I ever imagined, do all their surfing on tiny little cell phones.  So everybody has been especially careful lately about designing websites to accommodate them.


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#2 2015-05-21 12:51:07

lars-sh
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Re: I don't know if this is really a bug

Please check out https://github.com/oneye/oneye/commit/6 … f1e601ce67

It now removes the title of the menu's icons and windows are full-screened when in "mobile mode". That behavior could be even better, but it's a bit ugly for now. But I guess that's even a nice step forward.


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