Most annoying parts of discourse on wp8



    1. When you load a thread, post sizes are determined by text, and then you get moved to the anchor point on the first unread post. Immediately afterwards, images load, and you are suddenly shot miles upthread. This is probably not difficult to fix.
    2. When loading new posts as you move downward through the pages of infiniscroll, the new posts are loaded one by one in the same spot, and then moved down, so you see the first avatar flicker like mad during the loading.

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    1. Hitting 'Reply' doesn't automatically set the focus to the textbox, except when it does. But mostly it doesn't. But then when you try to set it manually, suddenly, it does so automatically, and you accidentally Cancel the reply instead. Sometimes.

    See why it's annoying?


    Just pretend that 1 is a 3



  • @RaceProUK said:

    Just pretend that 1 is a 3…

    Needs more markdown!



  • @Magus said:

    When you load a thread, post sizes are determined by text, and then you get moved to the anchor point on the first unread post. Immediately afterwards, images load, and you are suddenly shot miles upthread.

    I get this on Android.


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    @swayde said:

    Needs moreless markdown!

    ­3. hai!



  • @Boner said:

    I get this on Android.

    I actually kind of figured. It would take a special kind of stupid to cause this only on WP, though Jeff may suggest it.

    @RaceProUK said:

    Just pretend that 1 is a 3

    Don't worry, both of mine are 90


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    @Magus said:

    Don't worry, both of mine are 90

    This should post in my OnePost thread



  • Reading the article today the pictures are such low-res and pixellated as to be unreadable.



  • @Magus said:

    When you

    Say what?

    @Magus said:

    load a

    What? I can't hear you!

    @Magus said:

    thread,

    Oh, right.


    You have seen "Quoting on Discourse, part 1". Now, back to our regularly scheduled programme...


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