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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:02 am

I get no smileys or quotes on TMN on my crackberry - but I am fine with it as I can actually post. It's the small things that matter
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby Aaron » Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:11 am

that's what she said
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:41 pm

spd wrote:that's what she said


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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby DAE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:34 pm

We need a quote button.  It is a pain to have to type the code for it, especially because brackets are in my symbols folder that I have to keep opening.  A URL function would be nice too.  I'd consider those the essentials.

Let's talk aesthetics.  White and black is dull as all get out.  Can we get some easy-on-the-eyes blue and gold perhaps?  Or just something easier on the eyes? 

Thanks for seeking our input Marco.  You're a great admin for that.   
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby DAE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:36 pm

And I wish I could modify my posts.  I miss being able to sneak in with my ninja edits.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby DAE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:41 pm

Last one for the day.  Is there any way to program the links so that the threads take us to the last page rather than the first?  I love the (new) hot link, but when it isn't there, most of the time I've found that I'd rather be taken to the last page than the first.

Do any other mobile users feel similarly or have noticed this?  If not, don't worry about it.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:34 pm

I've found the double arrow isn't much to complain about.... I'm happy as hell with the mobile version -- no frills is fine with me actually. As long as I can post -- i couldn't with the previous version and now I can -- life is GOOD -- love the NEW button -- that's PERFECT for hte mobile device -- maybe more than 5 posts per page on the mobile version.....
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby DAE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:38 pm

I'm happy with 5 posts per page.  Evidently, you don't have a touch screen Geno.  It is already a nuisance to scroll with 5 posts when they are longer.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:49 pm

Crackberry here -- my balls always rolling!  =)) =)) =)) :ymparty:
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby DAE » Mon Jan 11, 2010 6:16 pm

I assumed.  I switched from a Crackberry.  I do miss the track ball and track pad, but it just wasn't as web friendly as I had hoped.  Had a Pearl but exchanged it.  Tested out a Bold and finally settled with one of the new Motorolas.  I can browse Rivals with zero problems and it's not the mobile site.  Love my Android.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Mon Jan 11, 2010 6:34 pm

Mine is free for work. That works for me - haha
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby Aaron » Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:11 pm

I got a Tritan today from the wife for my Birthday, I may have to try this handhaeld goodness
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby Kevin » Thu Jan 14, 2010 8:22 pm

Thanks for the suggestions guys.  I really appreciate them.  I was hoping to get some work done on this during the week this week but an unplanned business trip scuttled that idea.  I hope to start in on the suggestions this weekend.  I will keep everyone updated.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby used2bgeno » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:08 am

For some reason, on my crackberry, I can't click on the links provided at all. They show up as text only.
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Re: TMN Mobile (aka "Fullblown Handheld Goodness")

Postby Stormineer » Mon Jan 18, 2010 8:05 pm

The arcade doesn't work on the Storm phone. No java.  BUMMMMMMMMER.  X( X( X(  
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