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That’s pretty much impossible. I’m trying to run Chrome on bluestack but so far without any luck. Also a simulator but you have to download it. Initially for testing apps. Will let you know if it will work.

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Thought, I’d give this thread a bump as I am not able to help due to lack of js and platform (..android) knowledge. All I can say is that there seem more issues in relation to the menu/bootstrap/android subject. No workable solution though :-(
Anyone?

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ikaruna
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That simulator is pretty interesting, still it’s slow, if you really want to get to the bottom of this , you can install Eclipse, Android SDK & Development tools, theoretically you can test it on your local simulator.

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OriginalEXE
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Ok after 3 hours of fighting with ports and drivers, I managed to install the debugging tool. It’s very cool :)

But, the sad part is I can’t figure out what is wrong.

I tried deleting some html parts, tried changing z-index, I unbinded click events of your scripts but nothing.

It seems like there is a point at the website where the nav stops working, but not the whole nav at once, each li one by one. That’s why I think something is wrong with either your calculation in some js or there is a div that is coming over the nav, probably the first as I tried deleting everything but nav and the main container, to which I assigned height fro scrolling, and still the same.

If anyone has any idea, I can test it, the tools are amazing.

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josweb
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Ok after 3 hours of fighting with ports and drivers, I managed to install the debugging tool. It’s very cool :)

But, the sad part is I can’t figure out what is wrong.

I tried deleting some html parts, tried changing z-index, I unbinded click events of your scripts but nothing.

It seems like there is a point at the website where the nav stops working, but not the whole nav at once, each li one by one. That’s why I think something is wrong with either your calculation in some js or there is a div that is coming over the nav, probably the first as I tried deleting everything but nav and the main container, to which I assigned height fro scrolling, and still the same.

If anyone has any idea, I can test it, the tools are amazing.

How kind of you! I’m at a loss.. Is it then nothing to do with the scroll to jquery? Could you try it for me please if you remove the line – $(’.in’).collapse(‘hide’); // closes the bootstrap menu Many thanks :)

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Hummm, it seems it may not be my code: https://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/4550
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OriginalEXE
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Yeah just reading that, seems like it’s still a problem in newest version?

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Yeah just reading that, seems like it’s still a problem in newest version?
I’ve found a few articles on it now. So, is there nothing I can do?
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