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JJZolx
2012-06-02, 10:02
Well, not completely, but they did get rid of the idiotic horizontal scrolling. Still using the same awful turquoise text on a white background.

bhaagensen
2012-06-02, 11:08
Re: Horizontal scrolling. A bit usless now with only two models left in the lineup:)

mherger
2012-06-02, 12:20
> Well, not completely, but they did get rid of the idiotic horizontal
> scrolling. Still using the same awful turquoise text on a white
> background.

It's teal. The "Logi-Teal".

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Michael

Edward Lowy
2012-06-03, 03:42
Michael, is there going to be any update to the Android app, lots of display issues on ICS

Thanks

Edward

mherger
2012-06-03, 23:47
> Michael, is there going to be any update to the Android app, lots of
> display issues on ICS

What device?

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Michael

Edward Lowy
2012-06-04, 01:38
HTC One X or S - quite a few comments in Google Play re bad flickering issues on ICS

mherger
2012-06-04, 04:30
> HTC One X or S - quite a few comments in Google Play re bad flickering
> issues on ICS

Yeah, it looks like it's yet another HTC issue (rather than a pure ICS
issue). We've been there before. But they must have broken something else
in their ICS build. Plus Android's browser implementation is dealing badly
with the hires displays of recent devices :-(

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Michael

pippin
2012-06-04, 05:07
Hey, but handling fragmentation is soooo much easier with web apps ....

Edward Lowy
2012-06-05, 05:25
> HTC One X or S - quite a few comments in Google Play re bad flickering
> issues on ICS

Yeah, it looks like it's yet another HTC issue (rather than a pure ICS
issue). We've been there before. But they must have broken something else
in their ICS build. Plus Android's browser implementation is dealing badly
with the hires displays of recent devices :-(

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Michael

Unfortunately it reflects badly on Logitech, whatever the coding arguments may be!

bluegaspode
2012-06-05, 08:55
It's the most economic way for everyone I guess.

- Logitech can put their App sticker on the boxes
- User can choose from great alternatives for literally no money compared to their investment in the Squeezebox line
- third part devs keep their income and keep improving their stuff

Whether it is fair is a different story, but the most economic it is.