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9 New & Notable 3D Printers: From Desktop to Industrial

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ttemple
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Re: I fixed it...
ttemple   5/1/2015 11:03:49 AM
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I'm on a PC, not a phone.  Phone may default to mobile view.

On a desktop, using the mobile view makes the slide shows work without scrolling between every slide.

SherpaDoug
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SherpaDoug   5/1/2015 9:09:16 AM
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Thanks,  That helps a lot on my desktop PC.

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BADGESAGOGO   5/1/2015 1:08:34 AM
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Hi, I don't see it. What mobile phone do you use to see it ? I've got an old Samsung S4, is that the reason ?

ttemple
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I fixed it...
ttemple   4/30/2015 11:14:52 AM
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I found a satisfactory workaround.  There is a small, barely visible "DESIGN NEWS MOBILE" link at the top right.  Go to Mobile site, view slideshows with no scrolling, then go back to the full site.

Happy, happy, happy...

ttemple
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Change format please
ttemple   4/30/2015 8:03:01 AM
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Ann,

I would like to request that DesignNews change something about the layout of the website to allow slide shows to be viewed without scrolling between every slide on an average computer screen.  Every time I go to the next slide the huge banner at the top of the screen pushes the slides off the bottom of the screen far enough to require scrolling every time.

I quit two slides into this slideshow because I'm too annoyed by the scrolling between slides.  Have your web designers try to use the site on modern screen formats and see what they think. (most screen formats are wide and not tall, I presume to work with HDTV formats).

Tom

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