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    Is there anyway of gettin full access to pinstack. What I mean is being able to, edit posts, see av of stackers and been able to go directly to the last page on a thread. I am loving the bb browser but miss the things I could on Opera Mini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince1 View Post
    Is there anyway of gettin full access to pinstack. What I mean is being able to, edit posts, see av of stackers and been able to go directly to the last page on a thread. I am loving the bb browser but miss the things I could on Opera Mini.

    Have you tried to change the Browser emulation for PinStack?
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    So near yet so far. Tried the browse id as fire fox and internet explorer and it looked good. Only problem I won't let me select the post reply box. Will let me type in the title box just not the reply box. Even had the edit post open and sme
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    Same here. Can view everything ok, just can't comment or quote.
    Oh, and I can only view PS on IE or Firefox emulation, on BB setting it says 'the XML is not well formed'.

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    I want to know how to start a thread on PS via my BB? Any help?
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    The nature of the BB browser for OS 4.6 is not conducive to accessing or enjoying PinStack.

    While you can view the homepage and list of forums, when you drill down to the thread level that we post on here, the fonts are nearly microscopic. Zoom is a choice, however that brings up it's own set of problems.

    The prior BB Browser as implemented on the 81xx or 83xx series models, was excellent. I spent more than half my PinStack time, using my Curve 8310 to post, blog, and enjoy the site.

    Had I known the browser would rob me of my PinStack access, I would have never purchased my new BB.


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    Quote Originally Posted by archer6 View Post
    The nature of the BB browser for OS 4.6 is not conducive to accessing or enjoying PinStack.
    Thanks Archer, is there anything in the works with BB changing their browser for future OS updates?

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    Still have to utilize Opera in order to access features...and yes, Nic, browser development is ongoing

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    Quote Originally Posted by explorer125 View Post
    I want to know how to start a thread on PS via my BB? Any help?
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    Go to Forums. Pick a suitable sub-forum. Then click on "Start New Thread"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholaus View Post
    Thanks Archer, is there anything in the works with BB changing their browser for future OS updates?
    I certainly hope so. If if were not for the new direction that RIM seems to be headed in, I would say a fix would be coming very soon. However in the last 8 months, RIM has decided to focus on quantity over quality. They have embarked upon a very aggressive push to develop what is in my humble opinion, too many new models all at the same time.

    This has diluted their ability to focus on building bug free BlackBerrys and is a very discouraging sign. Just a year ago, they would create one new model at a time, work out the bugs and put it on the market. Now they are simply overloading themselves with devices that are rather half baked and fraught with problems, as we've seen with the Bold and to a much greater extent the Storm. Being a touch screen high profile competitor to the iPhone unfortunately the Storm seems to be commanding all of RIM's time, with the problems it has. Thus the Bold seems to be on the back burner presently. I could be wrong, and I certainly hope I am, but it's not looking good.


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    Sorry. Pick forum, sub-forum, then Post New Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berryadict View Post
    Still have to utilize Opera in order to access features
    This is the cold hard fact of a device that was not ready to go to market.

    It would be like buying a new Mercedes Benz, only to find out after you got home, that you had to have a third party sound system installed, as the one in the car would not work properly.

    This is RIM's Mercedes, if you will. Their "top of the line" most expensive flagship. But no worries, simply wait for some undetermined period of time until they decide to complete it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer6 View Post
    I certainly hope so. If if were not for the new direction that RIM seems to be headed in, I would say a fix would be coming very soon. However in the last 8 months, RIM has decided to focus on quantity over quality. They have embarked upon a very aggressive push to develop what is in my humble opinion, too many new models all at the same time.

    This has diluted their ability to focus on building bug free BlackBerrys and is a very discouraging sign. Just a year ago, they would create one new model at a time, work out the bugs and put it on the market. Now they are simply overloading themselves with devices that are rather half baked and fraught with problems, as we've seen with the Bold and to a much greater extent the Storm. Being a touch screen high profile competitor to the iPhone unfortunately the Storm seems to be commanding all of RIM's time, with the problems it has. Thus the Bold seems to be on the back burner presently. I could be wrong, and I certainly hope I am, but it's not looking good.
    ~Exactly! Decided to plunge into consumer market and cover all the form factors at once. Tramendous undertaking, frought with problems. Though I've got faith in the boys at Waterloo

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer6 View Post
    I certainly hope so. If if were not for the new direction that RIM seems to be headed in, I would say a fix would be coming very soon. However in the last 8 months, RIM has decided to focus on quantity over quality. They have embarked upon a very aggressive push to develop what is in my humble opinion, too many new models all at the same time.

    This has diluted their ability to focus on building bug free BlackBerrys and is a very discouraging sign. Just a year ago, they would create one new model at a time, work out the bugs and put it on the market. Now they are simply overloading themselves with devices that are rather half baked and fraught with problems, as we've seen with the Bold and to a much greater extent the Storm. Being a touch screen high profile competitor to the iPhone unfortunately the Storm seems to be commanding all of RIM's time, with the problems it has. Thus the Bold seems to be on the back burner presently. I could be wrong, and I certainly hope I am, but it's not looking good.
    Exactly! Plunging into consumer market trying to cover all form factors at once has created problems. But I have faith in those boys in Waterloo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berryadict View Post
    I have faith in those boys in Waterloo
    I did (past tense), and hope to regain faith in them if they get their act together.

    I have far too much time and energy invested in not only my personal BlackBerry's but all of the ones I've deployed in my company.

    Hello RIM?... let's get focused and back on track eh?


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