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Marina

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When viewing the forum on a mobile phone, it should automatically switch to the "Mobile" theme with a plain layout that's easier to read on a mobile.

If you're seeing the full version on your phones, or if on a computer or iPad, you can switch to this "Mobile" version. To do this:
- access the forum via your phone's browser
- scroll down to the very bottom, left side
- click the link that says "Change theme"
- choose "IPBoard Mobile", this will take you to the mobile version of the forum.
If you choose to return to the full version of the forum, go to the bottom of the mobile version and click on "Full Version".

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I'm on mobile but there is a button "get the ips communities for iPhone now!" at the bottom of the page. Shouldn't this be removed?

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To be honest, I hadn't looked at the mobile skin on an iPhone for a very very long time. I didn't realise that button was even there... thanks for bringing it to my attention. I've now removed it :flowerface:


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