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Hello everybody.
I am not very good with phones.
I have a very weak Alcatel U3 phone. Chrome browser. Can I somehow remove the black title in the settings? For example, if I want to type in landscape mode, the on-screen keyboard is displayed plus the site header plus the browser header that is not removable then there is no place even to see what I am typing. Or do I just need to throw this phone away? Smilie I'll try to send screenshots from the phone.
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I had to first throw screenshots on a laptop
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Originally Posted by nezabudka
I had to first throw screenshots on a laptop
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Got it.

No, it's not "removable" at this time, sorry.

I do recall Akshay requesting I make it this "disappear" when we scroll down, so maybe you can ask Akshay to write the vanilla Javascript or jQuery to make it "go away".... (or write it yourself)

If you guys write it, I'll install it Smilie. - it's not difficult to do and you can write it directly from the Chrome inspector, on desktop, FYI.
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then is still portrait mode
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Originally Posted by nezabudka
then is still portrait mode
Anything is possible with Javascript.....

Feel free to write and test it and post your working JS or jQuery code.....

It's easy to write and test JS in the Chrome inspector....
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Also, nez.....

If you know the exact code block which is "bothering you" and if you want to "turn it off all the time", just post the exact block from the source code and I'll block it for your userid.


As mentioned, someone can write some JS code to do it.....
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After thinking about this.....

To be honest, I am inclined to stop development and updates on the current code base and migrate the forums to discourse.


Discourse is an open source Internet forum and mailing list management software application founded in 2013 by Jeff Atwood, Robin Ward, and Sam Saffron.[2] Discourse received funding from First Round Capital and Greylock Partners.[3] The application is written with Ember.js [4] and Ruby on Rails.[5] PostgreSQL serves as its back-end database management system.

From a usability perspective, Discourse breaks with existing forum software by including features recently popularized by large social networks, such as infinite scrolling, live updates, expanding links, and drag and drop attachments.[6] However, the stated goals of the project are social rather than technical, to improve online discussion quality through improved forum software.

The source code is distributed under the GNU General Public License version 2. Therefore Discourse can be self-hosted by anyone. Alternatively, hosting service can be bought from the company of the founders. As of October 2017, more than 700 businesses or instances have chosen this option.[7] On May 2017, co-founder Jeff Atwood said in an interview that the company is generating approximately 120,000 dollars per month at that time.[8] With the money the company pays salary for its full-time employees who maintain the software and develop new features which benefits those who are self-hosting the open source software, too. This is an example of an open source software business model where a company sells professional services to willing customers.

I think it is about time to "retire" the legacy vB site, in a controlled way.

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Under Consideration: Migrate the Forums to Discourse
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