The forum is not developed by the lazarus team itself, but by SMF (with some visual modifications by me)Any new functionality has to be implemented by SMF. If there exists a SMS mod or a config option that I missed, please let me know
I don't thinks mobile-view or tapatalk is possible at the moment (didn't find any mod on SMF site) because of:Quote from: Marc on April 02, 2012, 03:42:19 pmThe forum is not developed by the lazarus team itself, but by SMF (with some visual modifications by me)Any new functionality has to be implemented by SMF. If there exists a SMS mod or a config option that I missed, please let me know
I'll have a look at the bookmarks mod. Looks usefull.
Well, that was in 2012 At this moment the first hit I can find with SMF Tapatalk is this:https://tapatalk.com/download_SimpleMachines.phphttp://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=496894.0https://support.tapatalk.com/forums/smf-discussion.55/So that could also be put on the wishlist
anyway looks interesting, But is the free plan enough, or should we buy subscription.
This one takes more time.
"Responsive Curve" mod package released (on: April 20, 2015, 06:38:08 AM)Over the last few weeks a big "buzz" has been spreading in SMF's forum and throughout the internet about a new "mobility-friendliness" check that Google has put in place. Based on the preliminary reports that Google has sent to some webmasters, many SMF forum owners were notified that their site is not "mobile-friendly"....Although we do not necessarily agree with this new policy, we recognize our users' desire and need to be "compliant", so we have worked out something which may help. While, Curve2 (the new default theme for the upcoming SMF 2.1) is already responsive and, as such, is "mobile-friendly", for SMF 2.0 that was not the case. The default theme for 2.0.x (Curve) is already four years old and, as such, it is not responsive, and would take a great deal of effort to make it into something fully responsive (and, in the process, would likely break many mods.)So, in order to tackle this problem in the most efficient manner, giving admins the ability to meet some of Google's requirement while maintaining a compatibility with legacy templates and mods, we have released a MODification package which will bring some "responsiveness" to Curve. This will allow your 2.0.x forum not only to be accepted by Google's "friendliness test", but also to have a better display in mobile devices. This mod can be applied, as with any other mod, through the Package Manager in your forum's Admin section.However, if you plan on using this, you should be aware of some potential issues and limitations:This MOD adds basic responsiveness to Curve. The theme does not become "fully responsive".Existing MODs which perform significant template changes might display poorly.Existing Themes (especially Curve's variations) might be affected by these changes.This MAY not affect MANY custom themes that use their own templates which use different coding from the Curve designs. Such themes will need to have the changes parsed, tweaked and/or manually applied within their framework(s).For these reasons, the changes performed in this mod will NOT be merged in the official 2.0.x series releases, but will be released, and supported, as an official mod.
B.T.W. If tapatalk doesn't seem to be an option... SMF has been working on making the forum-software more responsive. The upcoming SMF 2.1 already is more responsive and, as such, is "mobile-friendly". For SMF 2.0.x they have an update Responsive Curve for SMF 2.0.x. So that could be an option too. Also... there are lots of mobile-themes efforts for SMF.
Bookmarks are installed
I made some changes to the default theme so that the forum header became smaller. I need to check the impact of this curve mod