Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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14 August 2009
Comet - 1999 to 2011
She departed us unexpectedly January 23, 2011 at the age of 12 1/2.
She was born with a deformed front leg and a tripawd all of her life.
24 September 2009
Thanks for the update. I had replied via email and was awaiting further details before posting here.
We've notified the plugin developers about this issue, but it should be addressed in an upcoming release. This is interesting, however, considering these forums offer support for the following mobile agents and browsers, with certain limitations:
Mobile Browser Agents:
For the List of recognized mobile browser agents below, simple-press will force usage of plain text area since tinymce is not supported.
2.0 MMP, 240x320, 400X240, AvantGo, BlackBerry, Blazer, Cellphone, Danger, DoCoMo, Elaine/3.0, EudoraWeb, Googlebot-Mobile, hiptop, IEMobile, KYOCERA/WX310K, LG/U990, MIDP-2., MMEF20, MOT-V, NetFront, Newt, Nintendo Wii, Nitro, Nokia, Opera Mini, Palm, PlayStation Portable, portalmmm, Proxinet, ProxiNet, SHARP-TQ-GX10, SHG-i900, Small, SonyEricsson, Symbian OS, SymbianOS, TS21i-10, UP.Browser, UP.Link, webOS, Windows CE, WinWAP, YahooSeeker/M1A1-R2D2
Mobile Touch Agents:
For the List of recognized mobile touch browser agents below, simple-press will force usage of plain text area since tinymce is not supported.
iPhone, iPod, Android, BlackBerry9530, LG-TU915 Obigo, LGE VX, webOS, Nokia5800, iPad
Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks again for helping us confirm this issue.