1. jwalker007's Avatar
    Dear iMore, for the last several weeks, the iMore and Android Central for that matter websites do not format correctly in the readability style when using Tweetbot. Other sites are working correctly. This happens in both versions of Tweetbot. I took some pictures to show you the difference. Anybody else seeing the problem?
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    11-10-2013 08:32 AM
  2. Rene Ritchie's Avatar
    Sorry, what do you expect to see that you aren't seeing? (And, what steps can we take to reproduce it?)
    11-11-2013 07:39 AM
  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Sorry, what do you expect to see that you aren't seeing? (And, what steps can we take to reproduce it?)
    We are seeing the mobile web page but are expecting to see it in the manner you'd see it via Instapaper, Pocket or even via the reader option in Safari. Other websites, not all of them, are displayed in reader format via Tweetbot, if that option is enabled, but not the iMore Blog and a few others.
    11-11-2013 08:46 AM
  4. jwalker007's Avatar
    Thanks Rene and JustMe'D for replying. The most bothersome for me is that I'm not that young anymore and since the website is not formatting like it use to, the font size is very small to read as you can see in my example compared to the other website. You do have the option in Tweetbot to click on the URL once you are in the article, but for some reason it won't make the switch to the stripped down version in the other example. The iMore site should look like the other example I gave. It was working for iMore up until recently. For some reason it's not doing it anymore. Thanks for listening. Love the hard work you guys do for us.
    11-11-2013 06:17 PM
  5. James Falconer's Avatar
    Thanks Rene and JustMe'D for replying. The most bothersome for me is that I'm not that young anymore and since the website is not formatting like it use to, the font size is very small to read as you can see in my example compared to the other website. You do have the option in Tweetbot to click on the URL once you are in the article, but for some reason it won't make the switch to the stripped down version in the other example. The iMore site should look like the other example I gave. It was working for iMore up until recently. For some reason it's not doing it anymore. Thanks for listening. Love the hard work you guys do for us.
    Thanks jwalker007, we can appreciate your frustration on this one!

    What I can do is relay this to one of the geniuses on our tech team to see if anything can be done to resolve. In the meantime, thanks again for the note, and your patience!
    11-12-2013 08:48 AM
  6. Tom Kaminski's Avatar
    It is recommend to install the official iMore app for the best mobile experience. Check out the app description for all the reasons why.

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/imor...mUvbUpU2131515
    11-12-2013 01:11 PM
  7. jwalker007's Avatar
    Tom, thanks for the response. That doesn't solve my problem. Font size in the iMore app isn't adjustable and still to small for older eyes. Besides, I prefer having one place to view all my tech news and Tweetbot is the choice for that. It's even a favorite of the iMore staff.
    11-13-2013 02:43 AM

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