[chandler-users] iGoogle and iPhone (is now super) close

Procter A. adam.procter at soton.ac.uk
Thu Aug 14 10:41:29 PDT 2008


Caching sounds fine to me.

I have now made a new collection called iPhone and put this as my number 1 selection in iGoogle
then once I get back to my desktop I sort them out.

I just need a quick get it out of my head option or note taking and I always have my phone on me so this is great.

Thanks
Adam

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From: Jeffrey Harris [jeffrey at osafoundation.org]
Sent: 14 August 2008 17:58
To: Procter A.
Cc: Chandler users
Subject: Re: [chandler-users] iGoogle and iPhone (is now super) close

Hi Adam,

> Yes Safari is working now :D However the drop down list at first did
> not show all my collections - but logging in again it seemed to pick
> them up.

Right, that's a function of the way collections are cached.  Rather than
slow down your whole iGoogle page waiting for a list of collections from
Hub, your collection list is cached on Google.  You have to log in again
to refresh the list of collections.  That seemed like a reasonable trade
off, but I probably should've publicized that more clearly.

> iPhone less so - loads up ok and I can type in details and send but I
> cannot select the pop up list and once I try it freaks out.

Yeah, Dojo's ComboBox really ought to degrade to a normal drop-down on
the iPhone; multi-touch seems to play havoc with it's click detection.

The workaround, currently, is that you can laboriously type a collection
name in.

Glad it's working for you!

Jeffrey






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