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Offline danny

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Re: Responsive small screen template
« Reply #150 on: January 18, 2020, 04:09:32 AM »
I like the functionality and color scheme. 
The blue/silver/storm/white, is showing that you might like filelist to have a non-storm background and the page to have a storm background.  I will work on a medium-low contrast non-redmond blue/silver/storm theme. 
The functionality is really good.  Except there should be some way to have full-file thumbnails off by default, yet activate if they were needed, either by special icon to click or by sensor (mouseover, more time on page, after slideshow, I've no idea yet). 
But, just imagine that full file thumbnails ARE needed via mobile data, but only as needed. 

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Re: Responsive small screen template
« Reply #151 on: January 18, 2020, 05:01:13 AM »
But, just imagine that full file thumbnails ARE needed via mobile data, but only as needed.
In lazyimages for V5.4 full file thumbnails are also shown on mobile, if they are cached

Show a image, refresh folder and you will see the thumbnail.
Or load a page on wifi, then turn wifi off (go to mobile), refresh and you will see thumbnails.
This works currently only in FF for Android, because Chrome native lazy load.
I've re-uploaded file, which also works with Chrome Android.

P.S. Edge79 (I don't have it yet) supports native lazy loading via flag


Edit: Listen to music offline

load the music folder over WiFi with urlvar /?cacheAll=1
then jogging in a forest without cell phone reception and listen to music
and let others know in advance where you go :)


Edit: queue_audio will build-in in next version
select songs for playlist

« Last Edit: January 21, 2020, 04:23:25 PM by dj »