Google Groups compatibility with Android's browser

by Jesse McGrew » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 07:50:58 GMT


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 Has anyone else tried to use Google Groups in the Android browser? It
seems like I have to refresh the page over and over to get all the
posts in a thread to appear - each time I load the page I see a
different number of posts.

I'm surprised that a browser based on WebKit would act so... non-
deterministically. Any idea if this will be fixed, or if anyone's
working on a Groups application?

Jesse
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Google Groups compatibility with Android's browser

by String » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 21:32:16 GMT


 



I've had the same experience. It is frustrating.

Just as a workaround, I've found zooming in/out makes all the posts
appear. It's faster than refreshing.

String
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