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Old 03-05-2009, 05:56 PM   #11
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Old 07-12-2010, 12:55 AM   #12
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Hi Sikwan,
OK, I see new threads in the Shout box, and I can click them to open.
But others show up with a time of day and I cannot open them to reply or even find out what the poster is asking.
How do I get into these little threads?
There's one in the shoutbox now from "nolly" about "Scangauge 2".
If I click on it, nothing opens, I get a screen telling me how may posts "nolly" has, etc, but no content.
Any way to open the partials?
Thanks,
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Old 07-12-2010, 01:09 AM   #13
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Hi Sikwan,
OK, I see new threads in the Shout box, and I can click them to open.
But others show up with a time of day and I cannot open them to reply or even find out what the poster is asking.
How do I get into these little threads?
There's one in the shoutbox now from "nolly" about "Scangauge 2".
If I click on it, nothing opens, I get a screen telling me how may posts "nolly" has, etc, but no content.
Any way to open the partials?
Roger, those are shouts so they are not clickable. The clickable ones are threads (links).

You can test the shout by typing something in the blank line and it'll come up as a shout.
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Old 05-11-2012, 11:12 PM   #14
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Stuck in Sprinter-Forum Mobile mode; how on earth do I get back out to normal view?


Also, please let me know - how can I subscribe to a thread so I get email notifications of any activity.

I've created 2 new threads and desperately need to monitor for help regularly. Yet, I have no subscribed threads listed (even those 2 I actually created!) and cannot seem to add them either.

Ugh!
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Old 05-12-2012, 01:52 AM   #15
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Stuck in Sprinter-Forum Mobile mode; how on earth do I get back out to normal view?


Also, please let me know - how can I subscribe to a thread so I get email notifications of any activity.

I've created 2 new threads and desperately need to monitor for help regularly. Yet, I have no subscribed threads listed (even those 2 I actually created!) and cannot seem to add them either.

Ugh!
Changing style: scroll to the bottom of the browser window.

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Old 05-12-2012, 05:20 PM   #16
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Changing style: scroll to the bottom of the browser window.

Thanks but I've tried scrolling to bottom of browser window (plus big bunch of other things) and never seen "Changing Style" or found any option for getting back to normal not mobile view

It is REALLY frustrating; any other method for exiting out of mobile view?
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Old 05-12-2012, 05:42 PM   #17
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It is REALLY frustrating; any other method for exiting out of mobile view?
I did the Google on the internets using V Bulletin mobile as search words. Didn't find much, but maybe clear your cookies and then try changing out of mobile mode by going all the way down to the extreme lower left corner of the page and changing to "Default Style"?



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If you're upgrading an existing install, that had a mobile style, from 4.1.10 (or lower) to 4.1.11 (or higher), a "Default Mobile Style" will be created in the mobile style list, and any style that was set as either Default Style for Old Mobile Browsers or Default Style for Modern Mobile Browsers (in Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Style & Language Settings) will be moved to the mobile style list, effectively becoming a mobile style.

Note: that if you were previously using the normal Mobile Style provided by vBulletin, you need to revert all its templates after it is moved to the mobile style list, or they will all show as customized and never be updated automatically during upgrades.

Rather than the above, you may also just delete the Mobile Style you had since before the upgrade, and use instead the "Default Mobile Style" added by the upgrade (also setting it as 'Default Style for Old Mobile Browsers' and 'Default Style for Modern Mobile Browsers'), but it is not recommended to do so as it may cause some oddities to your mobile users until they clear their cookies.

https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/onepage/

https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/onepage/#item173

Maybe some more info here? vic

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