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Thumbs down Samsung Galaxy S (stock v2.3.3)and XDA TV Dark Edition

Installed it today and seems cannot close it anywhere. Back button doesn't do anything and neither Menu.


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What? You can't close a webapp?

EDIT: Ahh, you're talking about the XDA TV app, but at the wrong thread. I'm trying to work around that problem, but it seems to insist. At the time you need to kill the app using a task manager if it's wasting your battery that much.
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Ok, WebKit browsers are dominating the mobile market, Android and iOS use them, and latest version of Firefox works with my code, Chrome does too, IE historically has a lot of problems and incompatibilities.
Okay... so you are using a lot of Webkit specific things...
and you really are wondering why IE has problems?
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For me what I think is that you never tried to develop web apps for multiple browsers and felt into the nightmare of IE!
I am a webdeveolper. I've made a lot of websites and applications.
So id do know how hard i can be to make things work in every browser. Thats whzy i do know that the problem is in your code! I had a look in the html-file and in the css and i have found a few errors.

Maybe something like this could help you: validator.w3.org
 
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It works everywhere except for IE. Those aren't errors, but incompatibility issues with the Microsoft fragmentation in IE.

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It works everywhere except for IE. Those aren't errors, but incompatibility issues with the Microsoft fragmentation in IE.
No. It does not. It isn't working in Opera Mobile on Android.
It doesn't work very well on a desktop firefox and on other desktop browsers.
It work ONLY in webkit browsers.

You can casll it what ever you want. IE (and other browsers) aren't doing anything wrong.
You are using stuff that works only in webkit. So it's not a incompatibility in IE or something.
It's a incompatibility in your webapp.
Use standard HTML, CSS and JS and it should work on IE!
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This is having the same problems as the android application. It's not showing any of the more recent videos of the last couple of months.
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Sorry, I've been working hard and also trying to completely redesign the XDA TV app so I can't update the feed, but I'll try to do it today.

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great S/W....iwill try
 
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Just updated the app feed. My hands hurt after copying, pasting and wget'ing all those videos
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Excellent.

Perhaps with a few mods we can generate a script directly from the Xda Podcast util.

I think I updated it a while back to generate a python script (to drive the youtube fetching script) from a Youtube user feed. The GUI isn't too obvious as I was quickly seeing if it would work or not, so might see if I can improve it.

Unfortunately I had problems getting python to run on my budget tablet I intended to use with it, so not done any more on it.
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