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    Mobile user vs desktop user mis-match

    Problem: Signed in using Android, all posts made using this user do not seem to be associated with the same user using a desktop system (specifically Firefox).

    For instance; posts made by my user from an Android phone cannot be edited by my user from Firefox.

    Similarly, the thread subscriptions do not match. A post made from the regular desktop site does not cause the full-site user to be subscribed to that thread and vice-versa.

    In summary, it's as if the mobile and regular users are two different users, even though they share the same credentials.
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 7th July 2011 at 11:10 AM.

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    Hi
    This may have been a problem before I updated yesterday but all seems to be working for me now.
    NOTE: remember you can edit after a certain time period ( 6 hours ) and threads you posted before this mornings update may not have subscriptions linked but they should from this point.

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    I'll try it this morning (this post sent from desktop)

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    seems a ok now, all subscribed threads shoeing.

    sent from android.

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    'Tis fine now.

    Bug report can be closed (how do you do that?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnixx View Post
    'Tis fine now.

    Bug report can be closed (how do you do that?)
    You cant close bugs as such in either version (only mods etc have the [Closed] tags that can be added as I usually close them) and prefixes cant currently be set on the mobile although that will be fixed soon.
    It was a problem with posts etc pre-this mornings update so you were not imagining it at such

    EDIT: keep an eye on http://www.edugeek.net/forums/behind...changelog.html for changes to the site.

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