The red upgrade bar does not stay at the bottom of the browser screen on my Nook tablet v. 1.4.3.
The bar rides up when I scroll and blocks the view of some text and touch points. Sometimes, it blocks the view of the text I am entering in the text field. I do not have this problem with my PC on the Web or the Windows app.
Please fix this or remove the red bar from the tablet.
As we mentioned in your other thread related to your Nook (http://todoist.com/Support_Android/showQuestion/263/) there isn't much we can do.
Unfortunately, the Nook (that version) has an unsupported browser which the most likely cause to these issues. I would suggest finding away to run another browser on it if possible.
There are several things Todoist can do:
- Remove the red bar, as was mentioned in https://todoist.com/Support/showQuestion/4286/
- Code my account to not show the red bar.
- Have B&N approve the Android app for use on the Nook Tablet.
I am testing various options to replace my Astrid Nook app (Astrid is shutting down in early August). I would appreciate any thing Todoist can to do to enhance my test drive experience.
Yes, we could remove the red bar and we might consider doing so in the future. The issue is though, with an unsupported browser there are always going to be issues, specially when new features are added.
You do give a good point, and we can look into trying to get our app approved for there device. We are unsure of the process for this, but it is a possibility. The only issue is I believe your device is black and white, and e-paper, and our app is not coded for this. This wouldn't be a problem except that e-paper readers are not the most popular items these days and we need to concentrate on the larger market. I do not mean to sound harsh, because we do want to please all of our users, but we can't make any promises regarding this.
My Nook Tablet is not black and white. It shows colors matching the colors I see on my PC. The red bar shows as red with white text. I do not believe the Nook is e-paper. Your comment about e-paper is the first I have seen in context with the Nook Tablet.
That is my mistake. We will look into your suggestion none the less and hope for the best. Again, we can't make promises towards this.