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Thread: OpenGL forum upgrade April 25th at 4AM PST

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    Yeah, maybe I face similar issues like Alfonse, but I kind of think that "visiting twice" the same topic seems to be a workaround.

    Btw, I'm using Chrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aqnuep
    3. If I reply to a post it marks the post unread, but when I check it, the only new thing is really my own post, which is kind of against logic.
    Yeah, I kinda reported something similar months ago. If you post the most recent answer in a thread, it immediately appears in "New Posts". It true that your post is new, but notifying you about it in that way doesn't make any sense.

    Firefox here as well, so since we already got two implementations I guess it's nothing browser specific.

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    I'm currently checking some posts on my Android phone. Obviously the mobile version of the Forum completely disregards code sections, even one-liners. Is that intended or am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thokra View Post
    I'm currently checking some posts on my Android phone. Obviously the mobile version of the Forum completely disregards code sections, even one-liners. Is that intended or am I missing something?
    Here on my Android tablet (which also defaults to the Mobile style), I see the same problem.

    Folks can compare the look of normal vs. mobile on a standard desktop (on a post with a code block) using these links:

    * OpenGL Style: http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boa...7121&styleid=1
    * Advanced Mobile Style: http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boa...7121&styleid=3

    I just bookmark and use:

    * http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boa....php?styleid=1

    which gets me straight to the normal desktop profile. That's fine for my 10.1" tablet, but probably not a phone.
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    Using the full site, it's working as expected. I just figured if we have a mobile optimized version, it should not lose information. If you want to view a complete post on the full site, you have to slide across the page a lot if want a readable size.

    EDIT: I just noticed, reading posts on the mobile site seems to not mark them as read when checking new posts using the full site again. Just did so on a desktop machine and already read posts were still marked unread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thokra View Post
    EDIT: I just noticed, reading posts on the mobile site seems to not mark them as read when checking new posts using the full site again. Just did so on a desktop machine and already read posts were still marked unread.
    That's exactly what disturbs me the most.
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    Not exactly the best place, but there maybe some information that might need to merged into the forum posting guidelines. For instance, code highlighting can be added to the code formatting section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thokra View Post
    EDIT: I just noticed, reading posts on the mobile site seems to not mark them as read when checking new posts using the full site again. Just did so on a desktop machine and already read posts were still marked unread.
    Are you logged in when viewing the mobile site? If so, this is most likely a bug which I'll report.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfonse Reinheart View Post
    I get problems like that. It's more that it seems like there's a lengthy delay between when you read a thread and when the forum decides you've read it. Something like several hours have to pass before a thread or forum is marked as "read" for you.

    I'm using Firefox, FYI.

    This could be due to the way the new cache works. We are heavily caching the forums so we can keep up to the traffic. I'm going to investigate this a bit more to see if we can fix this.
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    It's a bug in our mobile theme. I'm looking for the solution today.
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