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#1 Posted on:
Wed, 10/01/2018 - 20:06

Scotto85g

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2018-01-01

scott

 

Hi there,

I just wondered if you have ever had any feedback with regards to viewing this forum on an IPad. I get very strange things occurring when trying to type a forum post, the cursor can jump around. It can be hard to enter into a new line or edit a word on the page for example. Sometimes I will be typing and nothing appears also. I wonder if I am alone in getting these issues?

Cheers

Scott

Posted on:
Thu, 11/01/2018 - 17:26

Forum admin

Joined:
2010-11-01

I'm sorry to hear that Scott. We have not heard of anyone having an issue with accessing the forum on iPad. We'd be grateful if anyone else on the forum who uses an iPad can give us some feedback on this thread.

Best wishes

Deirdre
Forum Admin

Posted on:
Mon, 04/06/2018 - 00:24

Flopsy42

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2018-05-14

 

 

It’s bad on my iPhone X too.  Entering a new line is almost impossible, often taking the cursor back to the start of the post  

 

 

Posted on:
Mon, 04/06/2018 - 11:44

Forum admin

Joined:
2010-11-01

Thank you very much for the feedback Flopsy. I've passed it on to the forum manager.

Kind regards

Deirdre
Forum Admin

Posted on:
Tue, 05/06/2018 - 22:23

Oldhamktf

Joined:
2015-09-26

I do get issue when I have written a post and before posting I re-read and if I want to make alterations the cursor dispears and makes it difficult to edit

Posted on:
Wed, 06/06/2018 - 21:40

Mixer

Joined:
2016-12-03

Just to add, I updated the software on my iPhone a couple of weeks ago. Since then, the forum section headings (e.g. "Overcoming Problem Gambling" etc.) appear only on the leftermost side of the screen, only a few characters wide and thus stretching down the screen. The wordwrapping makes the headings unreadable. 

Not sure if your software has been updated to reflect the latest Apple software upgrades...?

Editing posts on an iPhone has alays been a bit of a pain, as Oldham and others in this thread have found. It can be done, but it's a bit cumbersome.