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When the phone is vertical the dates don't show. The display is different because the screen narrows. But when it's horizontal the dates are upside down.
The portal is out of box software that I installed. It picks up our style, but that's by design. No one else on their support thread is discussing issues like yours so I doubt it is a simple compatibility issue or an issue with the portal. Basic rule of IT troubleshooting is that if only one device has a problem, you troubleshoot the device because if it was a system problem, more than one device should be affected. What version of iPhone do you have (8, 9, X, etc.)?I just don't see how it could happen unless it is a glitch on your end or a hack of some kind, through the site. You can customize what viewers see - so why is mine different unless someone else somehow changed the formatting I see? Or maybe something you used is not compatible with my phone but I don't understand that with a text box. I could fathom why if it was a bunch of big image files or moving banners, but not text.
Right, Xenforo adapts to the screen so if you turn it landscape (horizontal) it reformats to fit the wider screen. That's expected behaviour and my Galaxy does it, too. However, I don't get the flipped dates, which suggests the issue is probably with Safari not handling the adaptation properly.When the phone is vertical the dates don't show. The display is different because the screen narrows. But when it's horizontal the dates are upside down.
I've noticed it still doing that in places, too. I don't think it's the new version. I think it's the URL change to https causing some links to break/act up. I did make a change a week or two ago that should address most of those cases. Let me know if you see any new ones going forward. Please report the specific action you took to cause it to happen, then I can look at what URL that action is triggering.I will, thanks.
Something I noticed, also, is that when I am reading a thread while not logged in and I want to comment on or like a post, I sign in - but then it jumps to the homepage - so I have to find the thread and the post again. Subsequently, I just ended up liking a post that was actually PG13’s reply to Gord’s post - when I meant to like Gord’s post - because I scrolled through and spotted the wrong post by mistake. I fixed it after I just happened to notice it, when looking at the new posts that went up after it. In the old version, when you signed in while on a specific page, the text box would open and display the post you were replying to if you had been logged out but the page was still up - or would open at the same place you were reading on the page you were on...so that error would be harder to make.
To make a long story short...the old version held your place, whatever page you were on, when it logged you on. If you were on page 2 of a thread before you logged on, you stayed there. If you were on the forum page, you stayed there, etc. It didn’t kick you all the way out to the homepage.
That points to something in iOS itself, which would be another argument for upgrading.I can’t download chrome or Firefox on my phone until I upgrade to the next iOS. That requires doing something with iTunes on a PC and I haven’t bothered to figure that out yet, and I am annoyed that it’s required because I don’t use a PC, and so that’s a hassle. I can’t use a computer at work for that, and there is one in the house that rarely gets turned on...but one of these days I guess I have to do that.
Anyway, I downloaded Puffin, and got the same odd result using Puffin as my search engine.
Beyond that all is dark anyway as in an emotional domain ... intelligence is ruled out of line ... at least on the other side as druid ... past tense of drawn? Like a gun in the game 've Love ... someone will be bit ... from there it is a dusty trail ...You don't necessarily need to log out. Nothing bad happens. Nothing we'd admit to, at least.