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Mobile : No access to parameters #1876

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Glaived opened this Issue Apr 30, 2018 · 4 comments

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Glaived commented Apr 30, 2018

Hi,

on a smartphone, there is no icon to access the settings, would it be possible to fix it?

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seboss666 commented Dec 22, 2018

Hello,
I see this issue is still opened but not much activity, so i'll add my two cents just in case.
With the current behaviour of feed management settings, I can understand that convert the settings interface is not a trivial task so mask it at first place is not necesarily bad. But it's not good when your main use of FreshRSS is from mobile (and not a third party app like easyrss that does not work correctly on my phone).
Do you have at least some ideas about how you plan to do that ? Maybe at first just expose the feeds managements settings (categories, feed addition/modifications), as I think it's the main feature freshrss may manipulate in a day-to-day usage. Sadly I'm not skilled enough particularly in CSS to help it, aside from testing.

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Frenzie commented Dec 22, 2018

I think the subscription management (and most settings) works just fine on mobile in principle, it's just unreachable. Has anyone tried how bad it would actually be if settings were available next to logout?

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seboss666 commented Dec 24, 2018

I've tried it from the bookmarklet to see how it copes. It is not broken as we could have expected, but it's clearly not suitable for mobile viewport. I've posted a screen on my last blog post (the reason I'm getting here in fact :) ) : https://blog.seboss666.info/2018/12/les-flux-rss-sur-youtube-la-fin-de-mon-compte-google/

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Frenzie commented Dec 24, 2018

Oh, I guess I only looked at the subscriptions management window.

There's the padding in .post.

There's the left in #slider.active and the left margin in .form-group .group-controls which takes care of the worst of it.

.form-group .group-controls {
    min-width: 250px;
    /* margin: 0 0 0 220px; */
}

And there's the width of textarea:

textarea {
    /* width: 360px; */
    height: 100px;
}

Not quite right, but anyway, that's just a few minutes of preliminary investigation. ;-)

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