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Responsive Curve

Started by SMF Customization Team, April 20, 2015, 06:33:49 AM

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br360

I just checked; and no, I don't see the icons on my two 2.1 test sites. I do at least see a navigation tab with home, search, admin, etc. links on both of them though- similar to how it looks viewing a 2.0 smf site from my mobile.

Pretty sure it's not limited to SMF though. I just checked, and I don't see any of the sprite icons when looking at sites that use other software either.

Antes

Opera Mini doesn't have any HTML5 capabilities afaik. You need Opera Mobile.

br360

That's good to know, thanks. My mobile is pretty old, so personally I'm not too worried about it- as I can just change the theme to one that doesn't have the responsive mod installed on the rare times I am using mobile on my sites. I was just concerned if perhaps anyone else had had the same issue-which so far looks like nobody else has. ;)

roshaoar

This mod works really well - as a newcomer to SMF the ease of putting it out and the effect is great.

One thing, I'd like to completely alter the colours on my forum but would very much like to have a proper set of files as a backup. When I make a copy of this theme to be able to tinker with the copy, it's not responsive anymore. What would you suggest - are there any files I could manually back up somewhere to be able to have an original clean version to switch to?

Also, some mods don't sit easily with this responsive curve - I think because they lack image/button alternatives when the browser is resized. For example show latest topics on the homepage. Which php pages or CSS files would I look to to fix that?

Thank you for your time,

-Johan

margarett

QuoteWhen I make a copy of this theme to be able to tinker with the copy, it's not responsive anymore
The theme copy option only copies a small part of the theme. If you copy "responsive.css" over, your copy also becomes responsive ;)

QuoteAlso, some mods don't sit easily with this responsive curve
That's why we keep this is a separate MOD and don't include it in the core code... MODs that affect the layout will probably not play nice with this. In these cases you need to check the MOD support topic, and poke the author for a "responsive" update ;)
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roshaoar

Ahhh, fantastic, thank you. Yes I've poked the mod authors :)

-Johan

peterwaalker

Where can I find link to this responsive curve2 theme so that I can install it and apply the responsive_beta_mod?

Illori

curve2 is the default theme for 2.1. it is responsive already. you can not install curve2 on 2.0.

peterwaalker

Quote from: Illori on April 27, 2015, 05:56:14 AM
curve2 is the default theme for 2.1. it is responsive already. you can not install curve2 on 2.0.

Okay thanks a lot.
I'm waiting for SMF to approve LARGE_UPGRADE of 2.1_Alpha on 2.0.x live production sites. Because i'm no longer comfortable with this Google policy.

I have already install mod officially released to make my theme responsive but to no avail. The mod installed successfully on Anecdota theme yet my site failed mobile algorithm test.


Kindred

You are going to be waiting a while...   Beta 2 is the next release... And that will continue to be wanted not to use on a production site...

The rc versions are after that, if there is no need for a beta3...   Not until 2.1 final will it be recommended to use one a production site.

Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

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Mr. Jinx

Should the layout of 'index.php?action=unread' also be responsive?
It looks a bit weird on my forum but I'm not sure if it is something local.

The rest looks fantastic. Thumbs up for this mod.

Kindred

you are viewing in the narrow mode... (hence the icons instead of text for the menu)
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

Illori

the cat bar area is not the correct width in that picture, or the text below is too narrow.

Mr. Jinx

Quote from: Kindred on April 28, 2015, 02:43:09 PM
you are viewing in the narrow mode... (hence the icons instead of text for the menu)
Yes, that was my question. It's in narrow mode, but the cat bar still shows all columns, and the left column is very small while there is room.

Antes

It would be nice if you write your feedback under mod's topic. So we can track the issues more easily :) I'll work on new changes tomorrow, I'm preparing a presentation now.

Mr. Jinx

Quote from: Antes on April 28, 2015, 04:10:19 PM
It would be nice if you write your feedback under mod's topic.
Eh..isn't this the mod topic?

Antes

Quote from: Mr. Jinx on April 28, 2015, 04:39:33 PM
Quote from: Antes on April 28, 2015, 04:10:19 PM
It would be nice if you write your feedback under mod's topic.
Eh..isn't this the mod topic?

yeap, sorry long time studying has its side effects my apologies :(

roshaoar


ApplianceJunk

I'm wondering how this Responsive Curve mod would compare to using SMF4Mobile?
http://smf-media.com/

Also could some of you post a link to your site that is using this Responsive Curve mod so I could check it out.

Thanks,

ApplianceJunk

So I'm trying to understand if this theme also changes how my site looks to desktop users too or will my site look as it always did to desktop users with this mod and only change the look for mobile users?

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