Anyone out there ever view this site on their Blackberry? Jeremy - I know you have one. I can get it to come up but it is difficult to read. Just wondering if there were browser settings on my Blackberry that I could change that would make it easier to view (Frames, etc). Any ideas?
I have it setup so we have a mobile friendly version of the site but I don't have it 100% converted over to being Blackberry friendly. Right now it works perfect on Palm and WinMobile machines but Blackberry's have a tad different way of handling things. I should have it completely ported soon and will make sure to let you know when it's ready.
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I view CycloneFanatic on my Blackberry 8100 all the time. Honestly the website is kind of finicky... Sometimes it loads very well and the pages look like they've been optimized for a mobile browser, and then sometimes it looks really crappy and un-optimized.
I think that when the page initially loads if I click on "Home" it brings me to a well formatted version of the "Site Navigation" that is normally on the left side of the screen. If I access threads by navigating to them through "Home" (and going from there) they look GREAT.
One of the only problems that I have happens each time I open a load a thread (or a new page in a thread). A window that says "Handler cannot be removed" pops up, and I am forced to click okay. After that, there are no problems.
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