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Hi,

9 months after this post : https://community.progress.com/community_groups/mobile/f/17/t/25589, Progress Community is still not usable on a mobile device. And I won't do any comment on the desktop version...

Are there any plans to improve this website ?

Gilles

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  • When I talked with Yogesh Gupta at NEXT, he had a some concerns about the user community and that he has serious plans to improve it.

    Progress just bought a Cognitive Predictive Maintenance company - which was one of his priorities. Hopefully getting a better user experience will be another he'll fulfill soon.

  • “Progress Community is still not usable on a mobile device.”
     
    Reply via Email also works from a mobile device.

    Architect of the SmartComponent Library and WinKit

    Consultingwerk Ltd.

  • I think he was referring to the unresponsive design

  • And apparently my crying emoji got lost when replying via email :)

  • Could you also please change your surname Ruben? It's annoying my Outlook 2016 client. This is so 1999, some really smart people should come up with something that supports all letters in the universe... 

    Oh - and iOS also thinks you have a silly surname - so it's true.

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    Could you also please change your surname Ruben? It's annoying my Outlook 2016 client. This is so 1999, some really smart people should come up with something that supports all letters in the universe... 

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  • It's gonna be yuge!

  • what does “Cognitive Predictive Maintenance” mean ?


  • A cousin to percussive maintenance perhaps?


  • > On Mar 30, 2017, at 10:51 PM, Nigel Allen wrote:

    >

    > A cousin to percussive maintenance perhaps?

    >

    >

    i like to use the blue wrench for maintenance myself.

  • Something related to banging your head against the keyboard?

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