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Reply #30 on: December 12, 2019, 01:48:27 AM
Suddenly the older Light Theme now bunches the Latest Posts (main topics) to the left side on mobile devices making it impossible to read what has been posted. It all gets squished into one long thin column. I can barely post on Aros-Exec now!

Please fix the Light Theme for older folks with poor eyesight. The Dark Theme is too dark to read and the Light Theme topics can't be read at all.

If this isn't fixed soon I will stop posting here.

Hello

I appreciate the feedback, thanks for that. I did not know there was any problem with the older theme on mobile devices. I will check it out and try to fix it this coming weekend when I have some spare time.

What I do not appreciate however, then it is snarky comments like this. "If this isn't fixed soon I will stop posting here". If you want to leave, then feel free to do so I am not forcing you to be here.

I have a very limited spare time and I choose to spend a certain amount of that time to keep this webpage around while also paying the cost for it out of my own pocket. I have not been interested in AROS for many years personally, but I keep it online for YOU guys and the last thing I need is negativity.
« Last Edit: December 12, 2019, 02:29:22 AM by 4pLaY »



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Reply #31 on: December 12, 2019, 03:22:44 PM
Suddenly the older Light Theme now bunches the Latest Posts (main topics) to the left side on mobile devices making it impossible to read what has been posted. It all gets squished into one long thin column. I can barely post on Aros-Exec now!

Please fix the Light Theme for older folks with poor eyesight. The Dark Theme is too dark to read and the Light Theme topics can't be read at all.

If this isn't fixed soon I will stop posting here.

Hello

I appreciate the feedback, thanks for that. I did not know there was any problem with the older theme on mobile devices. I will check it out and try to fix it this coming weekend when I have some spare time.

What I do not appreciate however, then it is snarky comments like this. "If this isn't fixed soon I will stop posting here". If you want to leave, then feel free to do so I am not forcing you to be here.

I have a very limited spare time and I choose to spend a certain amount of that time to keep this webpage around while also paying the cost for it out of my own pocket. I have not been interested in AROS for many years personally, but I keep it online for YOU guys and the last thing I need is negativity.

Sorry if that seemed overly negative but it is very frustrating not being able to read the topics.

I also have very little time to spend programming and helping to improve AROS. I'm currently working on MultiView and Palette Prefs which have serious problems on AROS 68k and 64bit.

If you fix the layout problem soon I'll be back. I have lots of work to do. I'll post results on the Slack Channel as well.

I have verified that the Recent Items appear correctly on my Toshiba Laptop. So the Recent Items only get squished into the far left of the screen on my cell phone. During the day I only use my cell phone to access Aros-Exec. In the evenings I can use my laptop but by then I'm busy programming for AROS as I am doing now. This evening I have enough time to work on MultiView and maybe the 64bit version of the AROS BMP Datatype.

« Last Edit: December 13, 2019, 03:22:10 AM by miker1264 »



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Reply #32 on: December 14, 2019, 10:15:26 PM
I have verified that the Recent Items appear correctly on my Toshiba Laptop. So the Recent Items only get squished into the far left of the screen on my cell phone.

It seems to be a problem related to some or all mobile phones. I have not found a good work around for this issue yet. Until I find a solution to the problem I can set your account to use another lighter theme that does not have this issue. Send me a PM if you are interested.



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Reply #33 on: August 02, 2020, 02:04:23 AM
New bill coming up in the coming weeks SSL 23.09.2020-23.09.2022 = 31.5463 euros.

If you enjoy this site, consider sending even just 1 euro, everything helps. You can use the Donations link in your upper right corner or just use this link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/4player


 



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Reply #34 on: August 02, 2020, 06:23:42 PM
ok man :)

Areos 3.5 on HP Z600 Workstation, SSD 240 Gb, 4 Gb Ram DDR3, Nvidia Geforce 8400 GS 512 Mb DDR3, Monitor 27"


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Reply #35 on: August 03, 2020, 09:07:19 AM
New bill coming up in the coming weeks SSL 23.09.2020-23.09.2022 = 31.5463 euros.

If you enjoy this site, consider sending even just 1 euro, everything helps. You can use the Donations link in your upper right corner or just use this link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/4player

Do you accept Bitcoin or Monero? Paypal is giving me issues all the time.



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Reply #36 on: August 03, 2020, 12:27:38 PM
New bill coming up in the coming weeks SSL 23.09.2020-23.09.2022 = 31.5463 euros.

If you enjoy this site, consider sending even just 1 euro, everything helps. You can use the Donations link in your upper right corner or just use this link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/4player
In 2020, the largest issuer of SSL certificates is called Letsencrypt. They have been offering SSL certificates entirely free of cost for a number of years now.



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Reply #37 on: August 03, 2020, 02:35:26 PM
In 2020, the largest issuer of SSL certificates is called Letsencrypt. They have been offering SSL certificates entirely free of cost for a number of years now.

I used Letsencrypt and confirm it works well: Let's Encrypt Has Issued a Billion Certificates. Easy installation (howto), but take time to study ACME and testing work on cron. This can be useful for basic work if it is related to setting up Linux web-servers.



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Reply #38 on: August 03, 2020, 11:23:32 PM
New bill coming up in the coming weeks SSL 23.09.2020-23.09.2022 = 31.5463 euros.

If you enjoy this site, consider sending even just 1 euro, everything helps. You can use the Donations link in your upper right corner or just use this link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/4player

Do you accept Bitcoin or Monero? Paypal is giving me issues all the time.

I never got into those, so PP is the only thing most people use I have.



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Reply #39 on: August 03, 2020, 11:25:41 PM
New bill coming up in the coming weeks SSL 23.09.2020-23.09.2022 = 31.5463 euros.

If you enjoy this site, consider sending even just 1 euro, everything helps. You can use the Donations link in your upper right corner or just use this link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/4player
In 2020, the largest issuer of SSL certificates is called Letsencrypt. They have been offering SSL certificates entirely free of cost for a number of years now.

That might be, not tried any of the free ones, how free are they really? For now I do not have time to digg into new things before this old one expires.