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Surprised myself. But it got fixed. So I suppose that someone must have seen it.
Just quoting the last sentence. Read each word carefully.N.B. If you're done with the sentence and didn't notice anything... something's wrong.
It's working so far. Clicking on the comments button works, and the comments count is working, too. So good job!
Yay! It's working again. Good job. Thanks! (though the comment count doesn't show anymore. Perhaps something that will soon be fixed, or some compromise to make the button work.)
How long before this gets fixed? If you need the steps, here, on both the iPhone Safari and Mac Safari (with the user agent set to iPhone Safari 3.1.3) 1. go to appleinsider.com. you should be redirected to iphone.appleinsider.com 2. click on any article 3. scroll down, and click on XX comments 4. voilÃ*. you see the "no such article" appear at the top of the article list instead of being sent to the forums. In order to get view the comments, I have to scroll all the way...
Reading and viewing the new mobile version on the iPhone works just fine. However, clicking on the comments button results in "No such article" instead of simply loading the forums in normal formatting.
So does this means that there will not be a WWDC QuickTime Stream?
With pictures: Reading an AI tweet within Twitter.app for iPhone Clicking and loading of the shortened URL from within Twitter Nothing happening Sending the URL to Safari Mobile Seems like it's loading, but... Nothing happening Going in the address bar and pressing go Nothing happening Typing the URL of AI Site loads I don't know why this is happening. It never happened before. It's been like this for a few weeks now,...
Links to AI site doesn't open in my Twitter.app. Clicking on the short link simply loads a blank page, and telling Twitter.app to open the link in safari does the same. I have to type the AI URL manually (iphone.appleinsider.com) or open AI bookmarked homepage, and navigate to the article to be able to read it. Am I the only one?
No, that was a reply to a user talking about landline broadband.
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