Last post by Spuds -
I've updated the script on the site so please give it a test.
For me on my android device and my iPad it appears to be working. Never had any issues on the desktop browsers. S
The issues on touch devices is wrapped up in the context menu that appears when you select text. That control does not release until its is done, at which point it collapses the text selection, which causes subsequent functions/events to see an empty selection.
Android allows us to catch a contextmenu event so our button is inside, or part of, that control which allows use to capture the text as a quote. We also need to be in there to get the button to appear at all.
iPad, really iOS > 13.1, shut off the contextmenu eventso even though the quote button does show up, when you clicked on it, remember it is outside the contextmenu, it was like clicking elsewhere on the page, the text selection collapses and quick quote saw nothing. I moved this to an earlier event in the touch/point/click stack and that seems to allow us to grab the selected text before the built in contextmenu has time to clear it.
If you are thinking all that sounds like a PITA, then good you do understand what I typed
Also on your mobile device, could you post what the output of this page is: http://output.jsbin.com/urowoh I entered your device details and pixel density in an emulator and the site layout looks good, but what you posted looks like what I get on a very narrow screen.
Last post by emanuele -
Hi @Hometutor , take in consideration that in any case, unless the feed reader doesn't support some kind of way to authenticate, the posts shown in this kind of feeds will always be the ones visible to guests and no others.
Last post by Spuds -
Fair point, I did munge up a couple of thoughts
I would think we would keep basic format buttons B, I, U, S, and then maybe some commonly used,, Bullet List, Code, Link ... Just thinking about the ones that get used, and ones that also render "OK" in wizzy
The Others would, of course, still be in the Reply/Modify/Preview page aka the full editor. On QR we could also perhaps add dropdown with the others, or not, or maybe just on mobile.
We can also entertain adding in a @ button since that is also not quick access on mobile (well does depend on the keyboard in use)
Adding in a way to add attachments in QR would be awesome IMO
Quote from: Spuds - Sounds like a good topic ... most of those toolbar buttons are never used, and now with some markdown available, perhaps even less at least for me
I think that's largely contradictory with the especially on mobile comment. **** isn't that easy to type on mobile, imho. Mobile is perhaps the only place where I use those i/b buttons. (But most of the buttons can probably hide behind a few dots or something, particularly if the user can configure which ones they want to hide behind it.)