Difficulty Viewing Forum on Mobile Phone

froger#9967
froger#9967 Member Posts: 573 Arc User
Is anyone else having trouble viewing on mobile?
This started a week or so ago.
I can't scroll left/right or zoom.
Screenshot-20211122-082623
Froger - Barbarian - Original Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Booster Shot - Cleric - Healer Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Magnus - Fighter - 3rd main to be a tank - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Loverboy - Ranger - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Nomnomnommm - Wizard - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
I Am The Wall - Paladin - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
Xeros - Rogue - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
RIP bad name - Warlock - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Bardholomew - Bard - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
Sirona - Cleric - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone

Jade - DC - Shadows of Gauntlgrym - PC

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  • jojo#5080
    jojo#5080 Member Posts: 16 Arc User
    Yep. Mine has been like this for weeks.
  • pitshade
    pitshade Member Posts: 5,419 Arc User
    On Firefox for Android, you can get something close to normal by opening options and changing the slider to Desktop view.
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  • darthpotater
    darthpotater Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 1,156 Arc User
    edited November 2021
    Now they fixed the CSS but is curious that you cant see the forum topics ... in a forum lol

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  • froger#9967
    froger#9967 Member Posts: 573 Arc User
    @nitocris83 I want ensure this gets seen as it won't be on mobile.
    Froger - Barbarian - Original Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Booster Shot - Cleric - Healer Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Magnus - Fighter - 3rd main to be a tank - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Loverboy - Ranger - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Nomnomnommm - Wizard - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    I Am The Wall - Paladin - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    Xeros - Rogue - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    RIP bad name - Warlock - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Bardholomew - Bard - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Sirona - Cleric - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone

    Jade - DC - Shadows of Gauntlgrym - PC
  • percemer
    percemer Member, Neverwinter Moderator Posts: 632 Arc User
    Greetings,

    We are aware of this issue, but it depends on Vanilla. We already escalated it to them.

    Meanwhile, @pitshade shared the best solution: you can activate the Desktop view on mobile in the browser's menu.

    Regards,
    Percemer
    EU Community Manager @ Gearbox Publishing
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  • ravenskya
    ravenskya Member Posts: 1,891 Arc User
    Okay I feel better that it wasn’t just me
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  • froger#9967
    froger#9967 Member Posts: 573 Arc User
    Bump
    Only because it's been a while.
    Froger - Barbarian - Original Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Booster Shot - Cleric - Healer Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Magnus - Fighter - 3rd main to be a tank - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Loverboy - Ranger - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Nomnomnommm - Wizard - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    I Am The Wall - Paladin - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    Xeros - Rogue - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    RIP bad name - Warlock - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Bardholomew - Bard - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Sirona - Cleric - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone

    Jade - DC - Shadows of Gauntlgrym - PC
  • froger#9967
    froger#9967 Member Posts: 573 Arc User
    Bumpity bump bump
    Froger - Barbarian - Original Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Booster Shot - Cleric - Healer Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Magnus - Fighter - 3rd main to be a tank - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Loverboy - Ranger - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Nomnomnommm - Wizard - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    I Am The Wall - Paladin - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    Xeros - Rogue - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    RIP bad name - Warlock - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Bardholomew - Bard - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Sirona - Cleric - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone

    Jade - DC - Shadows of Gauntlgrym - PC
  • nitocris83
    nitocris83 Member, Cryptic Developer, Administrator Posts: 4,300 Community Manager
    Hey folks - I'll check with Vanilla for an update on this. Thanks!
  • peppa#4404
    peppa#4404 Member Posts: 49 Arc User

    Now they fixed the CSS but is curious that you cant see the forum topics ... in a forum lol

    photo-2021-11-26-11-31-58

    These CSS errors is why people that developed HTML in the late 1980s, early 1990s, declined the idea of using CSS. Errors like this have always existed when CSS is used for websites. They happen because CSS was used.

    CSS is a printing language that was developed in the 1970s to control how text and objects were printed on paper. That's why these errors happen when CSS is used for websites.
    The fix used to be not using CSS. Unfortunately people have been determined to make screens act like paper (things they're not and will never be) and CSS is now required to design a website.

    Why'd they do that? Good question. CSS should have remained a tried and trashed idea IMO. Computer screens aren't a piece of paper.
  • micky1p00
    micky1p00 Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 3,540 Arc User

    Now they fixed the CSS but is curious that you cant see the forum topics ... in a forum lol

    photo-2021-11-26-11-31-58

    These CSS errors is why people that developed HTML in the late 1980s, early 1990s, declined the idea of using CSS. Errors like this have always existed when CSS is used for websites. They happen because CSS was used.

    CSS is a printing language that was developed in the 1970s to control how text and objects were printed on paper. That's why these errors happen when CSS is used for websites.
    The fix used to be not using CSS. Unfortunately people have been determined to make screens act like paper (things they're not and will never be) and CSS is now required to design a website.

    Why'd they do that? Good question. CSS should have remained a tried and trashed idea IMO. Computer screens aren't a piece of paper.
    Hmm you mean the CSS that was first drafted in 1994? Who's creator, Håkon Wium Lie, was born only at 1965?
  • plasticbat
    plasticbat Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 10,425 Arc User
    edited April 26

    Now they fixed the CSS but is curious that you cant see the forum topics ... in a forum lol

    photo-2021-11-26-11-31-58

    These CSS errors is why people that developed HTML in the late 1980s, early 1990s, declined the idea of using CSS. Errors like this have always existed when CSS is used for websites. They happen because CSS was used.

    CSS is a printing language that was developed in the 1970s to control how text and objects were printed on paper. That's why these errors happen when CSS is used for websites.
    The fix used to be not using CSS. Unfortunately people have been determined to make screens act like paper (things they're not and will never be) and CSS is now required to design a website.

    Why'd they do that? Good question. CSS should have remained a tried and trashed idea IMO. Computer screens aren't a piece of paper.
    I think may be you are talking about postscript, nroff, troff, etc and not CSS.
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  • peppa#4404
    peppa#4404 Member Posts: 49 Arc User
    I'm fully aware of what I'm talking about: Cascading Style Sheets.
    I did not make any mistakes in what I said.

    Scripts fix the CSS errors shared in the screen shots in this thread. If web developing languages were used, which CSS was therefore still is not designed to be, scripts to fix it's errors aren't necessary.
  • micky1p00
    micky1p00 Member, NW M9 Playtest Posts: 3,540 Arc User
    edited May 2
    Sorry, but CSS is a web developing 'language'. It was made specifically for the web and only for the web.
    You don't use scripts to fix css errors, you fix the css to not make errors, like every other bug.

    CSS is not used for printing. Never was designed for printing, and honestly, its printing usage is cumbersome and the @media attribute is the only semi savior.

    CSS or the relevant supersets like SASS (SCSS) which transpiled into CSS are the correct way to do the presentation layer and in practice the only way since that's what the browser DOM uses. (With non dom exceptions like wgl, svg, canvas and so on, but all those are not html and or specific elements).

    I don't know what you mean by web developing languages, but modern browsers know mainly 3 things, HTML, CSS, and JS. (There is more, much more to a web browser, like WebAssembly and other things I've mentioned but the base is those 3).
  • froger#9967
    froger#9967 Member Posts: 573 Arc User
    Well, it may not look too appealing, but at least it works on mobile. (I know it's broken)
    Froger - Barbarian - Original Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Booster Shot - Cleric - Healer Main - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Magnus - Fighter - 3rd main to be a tank - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Loverboy - Ranger - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Nomnomnommm - Wizard - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    I Am The Wall - Paladin - Alt - Droppin Crits on Fools - Xbone
    Xeros - Rogue - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    RIP bad name - Warlock - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Bardholomew - Bard - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone
    Sirona - Cleric - Alt - 9 3/4 Unbuffed - Xbone

    Jade - DC - Shadows of Gauntlgrym - PC