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I finally managed to borrow an iPad to see what was going on. One of the problems seems to be Safari hating some keywords that I *had* to use as a workaround for MediaWiki's dumb caching slowness.  Will anyone who cannot use the calculator on their device please test for me if it works on a different browser such as Chrome?  (You'd need to visit the App Store to download apps for Chrome, Opera, etc.)  The Chrome one is free but requires iOS 5.
 
I finally managed to borrow an iPad to see what was going on. One of the problems seems to be Safari hating some keywords that I *had* to use as a workaround for MediaWiki's dumb caching slowness.  Will anyone who cannot use the calculator on their device please test for me if it works on a different browser such as Chrome?  (You'd need to visit the App Store to download apps for Chrome, Opera, etc.)  The Chrome one is free but requires iOS 5.
   
I'm using Safari on the computer right now but the calculator works perfectly on it, unlike the old iPad.  I'm wondering if an update to iOS 5 would fix it.  Please let me know what iOS version you are on with Settings -> General -> About and giving me all the numbers etc. that the "Version" row displays.
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I'm using Safari on the computer right now but the calculator works perfectly on it, unlike Safari on the iPad, which is on iOS 4.  I'm wondering if an update to iOS 5 would fix it.  Please let me know what iOS version you are on with Settings -> General -> About and giving me all the numbers etc. that the "Version" row displays.

Latest revision as of 17:56, June 6, 2013

I finally managed to borrow an iPad to see what was going on. One of the problems seems to be Safari hating some keywords that I *had* to use as a workaround for MediaWiki's dumb caching slowness.  Will anyone who cannot use the calculator on their device please test for me if it works on a different browser such as Chrome?  (You'd need to visit the App Store to download apps for Chrome, Opera, etc.)  The Chrome one is free but requires iOS 5.

I'm using Safari on the computer right now but the calculator works perfectly on it, unlike Safari on the iPad, which is on iOS 4.  I'm wondering if an update to iOS 5 would fix it.  Please let me know what iOS version you are on with Settings -> General -> About and giving me all the numbers etc. that the "Version" row displays.

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