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evalanee
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Hey everyone,

I’m getting a couple of requests if my themes are compatible with the iPad browser….

So, how about adding ‘iPad Safari’ to the list of ‘compatible browsers’, so that theme authors can test their themes, and set them as ‘iPad ready’ right away.

Cheers

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ThemeBlvd
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Unfortunately, I’ve gotten a few emails, also, complaining about iPad compatibility. It might not be a bad idea for this to be a browser that you can select, because it seems many buyers are just assuming it’s supposed to be compatible with the iPad…

Looks like Apple comes out with a pointless device and somehow I’ll end up having to eventually buy one.

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In a few years it’ll take me longer to test on every device than build the theme. :)

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VisualSharing
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Where can we test that browser?

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organicbee
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Where can we test that browser?

webkit or safari the only difference is screen resolution

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ConnorTurnbull
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+1 Fortunately, I have an iPad so I suppose if anyone wants me to check comptiblity you could email me connorturnbullthemes at g m a i l DOT com

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ThemeBlvd
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Where can we test that browser?
webkit or safari the only difference is screen resolution

Not true when it comes to the iPad… The biggest issue I’ve found is fixed positioning does not work, and also, obviously NO flash.

But aside from those, as far as screen resolution, this is a cool site to test:

http://ipadpeek.com/

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Parallelus
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Unfortunately, I’ve gotten a few emails, also, complaining about iPad compatibility. It might not be a bad idea for this to be a browser that you can select, because it seems many buyers are just assuming it’s supposed to be compatible with the iPad…

I hate the idea of yet ANOTHER browser to test every site with… :(

The #1 thing I’ve found to be an issue is when you zoom in/out there can be slight gaps between elements that don’t actually have a gap! How do you explain this to a customer, “It’s not really there, the browser ‘zoom’ function is just rendering it weird. Zoom all the way in and you’ll see it goes away.”

Apple comes out with a pointless device and somehow I’ll end up having to eventually buy one.

Great quote, I’ll be using that!

Get ready for some competition iPad. Several PC manufacturers are developing tablets that run full Win7 operating systems. I’d much rather have a tablet with a full OS than a gigantic iPad Touch :)

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organicbee
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if you have a mac just download the sdk and use the simulator

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ConnorTurnbull
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Where can we test that browser?
webkit or safari the only difference is screen resolution

Not true when it comes to the iPad… The biggest issue I’ve found is fixed positioning does not work, and also, obviously NO flash.

But aside from those, as far as screen resolution, this is a cool site to test:

http://ipadpeek.com/

iPadpeek.com doesnt’ really represent the iPad’s Safari though.

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