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Ethercalc on android #247

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skyeriquelme opened this issue Oct 6, 2015 · 4 comments
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Ethercalc on android #247

skyeriquelme opened this issue Oct 6, 2015 · 4 comments

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@skyeriquelme
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skyeriquelme commented Oct 6, 2015

I cant see ethercalc pages on android...either firefox our chrome..... ethercalc opens to a banck page, and not the completed page...... firefox in windows shows the completed page, firefox in android does not...at the same URL!!!
Skye

@audreyt
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audreyt commented Oct 6, 2015

Indeed, we currently do not support mobile browsers.

@abiank
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abiank commented Oct 7, 2015

FWIW I've had some luck with chrome on android. Editing formulae is painful due to the onscreen keyboard but still feasible; display works fine.

@rugk
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rugk commented Jul 5, 2016

Currently with the new design the icons go under the edit bar, so this is somehow bad...

Maybe a media-query, which changes the size of the icons (to a smaller one) would be a good thing (although on touch devices, icons should generally be big, so one can touch them...).

@eddyparkinson
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eddyparkinson commented Jul 12, 2016

workaround: The new app/form builder supports mobile (I expect to push this week)
But only in app/form mode - it will will let you add things to the spreadsheet, using a UI but
you need setup the formulas first - needs panel formula

e.g.
Spreadsheet: sheet.cellmaster.com.au/carbonoffset
Webapp: sheet.cellmaster.com.au/carbonoffset/app

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