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Joseph Mastantuono
Site really buggy and slow on the iPad
on Feb 3, 2012 at 2:51:58 am

Anyone else having this issue?

Basically, on the iPad, everytime I try to scroll down on a thread it bumps me back to the top of the page. I'm guessing this has something to do with the way the ads are loading?

Also, have I missed it, or is there a way to make it so that everything defaults to show entire thread? Every other forum I use shows the entire thread.

I've started only looking at the site on the iPhone, because the mobile version is the only version that's somewhat pleasant to browse as it loads instantly, defaults in thread view, and make it easy to browse through a whole bunch of threads. Kudos on the mobile site. Not that I mind the ads, I've discovered discounts and products that I've liked through the ads. I just wish that there was an ipad specific version or that ipads defaulted to the mobile site.

Joseph Mastantuono
Color Grading & Post Production Consulting

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Ronald Lindeboom
Re: The existing site predates the iPad,
on Feb 3, 2012 at 1:47:27 pm

Hello Joseph,

As the existing site predates the iPad and is in the process of being replaced, we are not going to spend any time getting the old site to work on the iPad. The site we are working on will work on iPads, etc., and is coming online one channel at a time.

The iPhone .mobi app is also slated to be replaced.

Best regards,

Ronald Lindeboom
CEO, Creative COW LLC
Publisher, Creative COW Magazine
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