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Can we disable mobile optimized view

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Is possible in DMS forces mobile devices to see the full site as in Pahelines Framework? 

 

How can I do it?


Ricardo Royo-Villanova

Agítalo 3.0

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Rob    547
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In theory, you can enable v2 Compatibility in DMS Global Options.  Then check all your old Framework settings. If you see Disable Mobile View checked, uncheck it, then save.  Deactivate v2 Compatibility and the problem should go away.


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DonRicardoRVM

Thank yo very much. Now is all OK. Sorry for my bad english.

 
 
Why you have remove in DMS the posibility of disable mobile optimized view. It was very very usefull.

Ricardo Royo-Villanova

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Rob    547
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Your English is very good. 

 

We are considering adding that option in DMS.


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