@chocolatkey hell, I would never give google my payment details. I only use Google Play Card's ;)
Also, I like to support my hobbies directly if I can, for exactly that reason, why should I give Google money that is for another company when I can ensure it.
It's the same with PayPal. Stripe probably has the lowest fees, so I pay via credit card directly. I just wrote that sentence for people that would like to support you but have no other way to do it than that. :)
Given the number of weird things over the years which turned out to be purely on my end of things when it came to browser issues, I'd been coasting on the thought that this was more of the same, so your posting concerning it was greatly appreciated.
It wasn't just me.
Thank you for reporting, we can reliably reproduce the issue, and are working on a fix.
While in some ways we could wish it wasn't at your end of things due to how many folks it could impact, it's nice to know you were able to reliably replicate it.
That majorly increases the probability of a fix that works.
The effort all of you put in to make things work is very much appreciated.
@Iyashi Hi there! Sorry about the lack of response, but I can confirm we did get your email and are waiting on the tech team to process the refund. The support team is probably waiting for that before replying. Sorry for the confusion!
@Salkeaner If the app works fine, then there's likely some sort of network problem (as in, a network between your device and our servers is not delivering data properly), because the data is coming from the same source. We'll keep trying to look into it, but this might not be something we can solve in a short timeframe.
Well with the App i have a workaround i just prefer the Website.
This topic reminded me of some navigation weirdness I noticed in this volume, so I finally sent an e-mail to the support address (email@example.com). Message pasted below:
Minor Navigation Issues in Housekeeping Mage Volume 1
This Discussion reminded me of a few minor navigation issues I noticed in the premium epub for this volume but hadn't put the effort into reporting yet:
The navigation for the ebook wraps everything but Cover and Color Illustration under Part 1: A Housekeeping Mage's Daily Life. The content under this section includes Part 2: The Familiar's Homecoming, Afterword, Side Story: Rurii's Soliloquy, Bonus Short Story, About J-Novel Club, and Copyright, which almost certainly don't belong there.
The navigation for the ebook does not link to Chapter 6: We Will Care for Those Who Suddenly Fall Ill.
The Table of Contents does not list or link Chapter 6: We Will Care for Those Who Suddenly Fall Ill.
I noticed this in Calibre v6.5.0 on Windows and the Lithium App v0.24.1 on Android. My copy of the epub is Ebook edition 1.0: March 2022.