With the seemingly endless amount of mobile devices out there, getting the new mobile interface to look consistent must be a challenge to say the least. As a way to aid the Ning developers, I thought it would be beneficial to create a discussion where members can upload screenshots from their devices.
For organization purposes, please use the following format to post in this discussion.
How to take a screenshot?
iPhone (or other iDevice) has a built-in shortcut for saving screenshots to your camera roll. All you have to do is hold down the lock button and the home button at the same time for about one second and your screen will flash white. This is to signify a screenshot has been taken. Now you can head on over to your Camera Roll and view the screenshot.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich includes a built-in and easy way to take screenshots on smartphones (finally). To take screens all you have to do is press the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time and hold. Once captured, the screen will then shrink into a little frame before whisking away. A notification in the top bar will indicate that the screenshot has been saved.
For other devices, I suggest simply doing a search: "how do I take a screenshot with your device name here".
Very helpful thread! We'll likely have a fix for this and for another related android sizing issue mid next week.
For reference, I did not experience this layout issue when the alpha version was initially launched. Thanks for the update.
This is an known issue for networks that aren't using the Design Studio. We'll have a fix out in the next release (next week).
Device Name: Blackberry Bold 9780
OS Version: OS6
Comments: Looks good. I tried to add a comment using the Comment box at the bottom of the page and nothing happens when I click the Comment button. If I add a Comment by clicking on the little comment bubble at the top of the page, then my comment gets posted.
Also getting lots of 'resubmit form data...' requests (see 2nd screenshot)
Huh. And it works! Well, I'm assuming it works. I like ideas like this. Maybe we can put together a list of third-party DIY approaches like this for the launch.