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fastmail.fm webmail problem in Sf browser [answered]

asked 2014-01-16 00:14:50 +0300

bennypr0fane gravatar image

updated 2014-06-16 00:04:38 +0300

I can't use this site properly in Sailfish browser: fastmail.fm I believe it has 2 mobile versions: 1.) A rather fancy one for touchscreens (fastmail.fm/mail), where mail of the same conversation is grouped together, and in list views, e-mail can be slid to the right for archiving or the left for deleting. 2.) simple mobile version (fastmail.fm/html) with e-mails in chronological order, probably for non-touchscreen mobile devices.

Version 1.) comes up by default when logging in to fastmail.fm with Sf browser.

Issue: it's not possible to scroll up or down (but the slider actions and normal tapping work)! It would be great if someone else could try and reproduce the issue. Does anyone happen to have a fastmail account? I guess an account is needed to be able to see the problem. The service is paid, but there's a free 60-days trial.

The touchscreen interface of this site works normally (i.e. no sign of this issue) in Firefox and Opera for Android on Jolla, so I wonder what the difference is between these two and Sailfish.

Displaying fastmail.fm in Nokia browser in Nokia Belle/Symbian, it has exactly the same issue as in Sailfish browser. Opera Mini in Symbian displays only the non-touchscreen interface, Opera mobile makes a complete mess of it.

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confirm, i have the same problem

danil ( 2014-02-09 00:59:55 +0300 )edit

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answered 2014-05-27 20:19:52 +0300

bennypr0fane gravatar image

This issue went away after one of the last update (unfortunately I don't know which one)! All features in this site can now be used normally. My guess is that there were changes made to HTML5 support. It is not a fix performed by the site operators, because it's still broken in the Webcat browser.

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