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Deathray

Posted 17 February 2015 - 10:26 AM

Works alright in chrome must just be opera safari.

charon

Posted 17 February 2015 - 07:13 AM


Aye, but it only manifested itself in the last couple of days.

Apart from that, the full version on mobile works sound for me.

Deathray

Posted 16 February 2015 - 10:48 PM

Don't know if its browser related or another little hiccup.

On android phone, if I click the "deathlist , on today gone tomorrow" it takes me to the normal main forum page, but with the three forums whited out. Using Firefox. I have to back up, then select the deathlist option from the 3 sepearted by hyphens underneath the gone tomorrow part.

On android tablet, uusing chrome, its fine.

 

There's a long-running bug with the mobile version that runs back to when we got the wacky forum. Count yerself lucky that's your only complaint.


charon

Posted 16 February 2015 - 07:05 PM


Don't know if its browser related or another little hiccup.

On android phone, if I click the "deathlist , on today gone tomorrow" it takes me to the normal main forum page, but with the three forums whited out. Using Firefox. I have to back up, then select the deathlist option from the 3 sepearted by hyphens underneath the gone tomorrow part.

On android tablet, uusing chrome, its fine.

charon

Posted 02 February 2015 - 07:41 PM


What difference does it make once you've signed up? None?

Not being picky, just don't see it as an issue.

Dr. Zorders

Posted 02 February 2015 - 07:01 PM

ummm....... re: guests not being able to read user profiles since the latest update - 

 

Is this something built in to the new system which we can't change?


Magere Hein

Posted 26 January 2015 - 11:04 PM

That full version on mobile not accessible error still around. I can use the site so it's fine but as I do most of my DLing off the phone it's mildly annoying. I promise this is the last time i'll complain.


I did have a look at it, but I can't reproduce the problem. I'm typing this on a desktop and my cell phone isn't smart enough to browse the web. I know a few ways I can try to get around that, but I need some time for that. I hope you appreciate it's not my highest priority.

regards,
Hein

Deathray

Posted 26 January 2015 - 10:56 PM


I have a question about this place. Has the like button existed since the beginning? I've noticed that many of the ancient users have very little likes. I doubt they were an unfunny bunch of people so what's the explaination?

No you're right it hasn't. I have no idea when it was introduced, though, being fairly new myself.
It came in to use with the forum system upgrade at the end of October 2011. There was quite a big change in layout etc from the previous versions and included the option for posts to be shared on social media, that option was disabled quickly. Thread about the upgrade here : http://www.deathlist...hl=upgrade&st=0

That option appears to have reappeared recently. Can we nuke that particular fucker?

Deathray

Posted 26 January 2015 - 10:44 PM

That full version on mobile not accessible error still around. I can use the site so it's fine but as I do most of my DLing off the phone it's mildly annoying. I promise this is the last time i'll complain.

Predictor

Posted 23 January 2015 - 05:24 PM

 

 

 

Hi, I'd like to point out an error. On this page, Lord Denning is listed as born in 1903. Yet it says he was 100 years old. Which one is it?

You like posting in this thread more than BG likes bumping "Deathlist 2014"

Still good point though, although there's a few errors there in the murky depths of those old pages. You probably shouldn't spend too long poking around in those dusty old things you'll give yourself chronic hackingcoughitis or summat.

 

The reason I looked at those old DL versions was because I wanted to see which celebs have been picked most times. So far, those with 10+ appearences are...

Clive Dunn: 16
Queen Mother: 14
Ronald Reagan: 14
Ronnie Biggs: 13
Bob Hope: 13
Kirk Douglas: 12
Eli Wallach: 12
Pope John Paul: 12
Fidel Castro: 11
Michael Foot: 11
Katharine Hepburn: 11
Barbara Cartland: 11
Kurt Waldheim: 11
Jake Lamotta: 10
General Pinochet: 10
John Mills: 10
Alistair Cooke: 10
Don Bradman: 10

And yes, I appear to post a lot in this thread. Sorry, I'll see to it that I tone it down a bit in the future.

 

No need to apologise that is valuable data that you have collated.

I don't think Kirk Douglas will beat Clive Dunn.

 

Update:

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Btw, is there a "DL-statistics" thread or something to that extent in this website?


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