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Offline RobatRobot

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Mobile Device Website Issue
« on: February 03, 2024, 02:00:45 am »
Hi,
For some time I have had an issue with the mobile site layout for Apollo 13. I have tried installing different browsers, and I tried borrowing a friend's phone to check it wasn't an Android/Apple thing. I've also tried changing the default zoom, and switching to desktop mode, but that comes with its own problems which makes having the mobile site all the more valuable. It's hard to describe without a picture, but the biggest issue is that all the buttons to select the backroom loops are beyond the bottom edge of the screen and cannot be accessed. A few years back when I first started using the site, I was able to see the graphical layout of Control below the audio stream and loops graphics, with the various backroom loops represented as a block of buttons below that. I was able to select SPAN for instance. However, for at least a year now I have a large gap between the audio graphic and the control room graphic, with no access to the backroom buttons. One other thing to note: the buttons for the various controllers loops used to be slightly offset from where you had to tap, but this seems fixed since the change. I wondered if there was some imported third party script used in the layout which has been updated and introduced a bug?

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Re: Mobile Device Website Issue
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2024, 06:27:08 pm »
My apologies for how sub-par the mobile version of AiRT is. It's entirely due to me running out of time when building the original app. There's work in progress now to redesign/build the whole web experience. This time around, mobile will be given much more consideration.
« Last Edit: February 08, 2024, 08:56:19 am by bfeist »

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Re: Mobile Device Website Issue
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2024, 06:09:59 pm »
No rush. History isn't going anywhere. Glad you're still engaged with it. My projects are notoriously unfinished. Thanks for the update.  ;D