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Site Ideas Forum

  1. 05 Mar '06 04:34
    I would really like to play redhotpawn on a PDA windows mobile phone.

    does anyone here do this??

    I have a sprint 6700 coming soon/.
  2. 05 Mar '06 09:24
    I would like the same. I have a Qtek 9090 with Windows Mobile 2003 2nd edition. Before last site update it didn't allow moves, though I could see the board. After last update it doesn't display the board. Any tips - or do we have to wait for next site update?
  3. 05 Mar '06 14:56
    Originally posted by erling
    I would like the same. I have a Qtek 9090 with Windows Mobile 2003 2nd edition. Before last site update it didn't allow moves, though I could see the board. After last update it doesn't display the board. Any tips - or do we have to wait for next site update?
    you can probably view the board on legacy mode, but still not make any moves. Russ made ONE comment about possibly adding a text entry field for us on mobile computers.
  4. 05 Mar '06 15:18
    what is legacy mode? and how do I do that?
  5. 05 Mar '06 15:23
    Originally posted by erling
    what is legacy mode? and how do I do that?
    My Settings -> My Board Settings -> "Note : If you are using an old web browser or a web browser with limited functionality and you are experiencing problems, please click here to select a reduced feature board type that may be compatible." -> Board type: Legacy or mobile
  6. 05 Mar '06 16:04
    It worked, wonderful! Looking forward to be able to move as well in the (hopeful) near future. Thanks for your help, Coconut - og takk for hjelpen, Nordlys.
  7. 06 Mar '06 07:54
    you mean even windows mobile with a stylus cant move pieces??
  8. 06 Mar '06 20:08
    Yes
  9. 07 Mar '06 05:37
    i would pay 100 bucks a year.. to be able to play a nice redhotpawn game that worked good on my mobile device!!!
  10. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    07 Mar '06 09:25
    A slightly improved page layout for PDAs should be available soon - but I will need to rely on feedback from the community as to how successful it is.

    -Russ