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@weasalopes I can definitely agree it’s lower priority and yes you can get it from the calendar however sometimes I want to shift though the series section to look though over the calendar. As it is it’s just a suggestion if it gets implemented great if not well I’m not the one doing the work.
There are times it really would be more convenient, yes.
There are probably those for whom it would be more comfortable than using the schedule interface
Working as a librarian I had to bear in mind that people think differently, and what works well for some in regard to how you access information doesn't work at all for others, because they just don't think that way.
So the more ways you can get at the information the better, to the extent that your system can support it.
I'm not sure if this is for development reasons, but the reader is currently stuck in single page mode.
@piisfun Works fine for me. Can you tell us your device, operating system, browser + version? Have you tried using another browser or trying incognito mode?
@myskaros Firefox 92.0 (64-bit)
It apparently works fine in chrome and edge.
Found something: the issue is connected to the broswer zoom function (not the zoom built into the reader).
I had it zoomed in to make reading on the rest of site a little easier, but as of just this week (after Monday) it forced the reader into 1 column for some reason.
It only happens when the browser, not the reader is set to a specific zoom exactly at a specific window size (unfortunately full-screen for me)
Chrome and Edge both do this under exact conditions too.
I can work around this just fine now that I know what caused it.
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Refreshing the calendar page (or loading directly into it from a bookmark) results in an unsightly left-aligned "Loading" message while it loads. This doesn't happen with any of the other top-level pages. If this can't be prevented, at least center it horizontally and give it vertical margins. And maybe change it for a css spinner while you're at it.
The "Coming soon" module in the front page looks like a dog's dinner on iPad portrait. It jumps to the bottom of the page, which, fair, but it takes the whole width and it looks frankly like the css for it isn't loading. Maybe give it a full design pass for those breakpoints.
Thank you for using this thread over the past many months to give feedback on our current website design! We're going to lock this topic, and we would appreciate if you could post new feedback (or reminders about old feedback) in the monthly update topics in the Support forum from now on.