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Road.li lets you put in your start point, end point, and a query, and it will show you places that match the query along your route. It also shows how much time each place adds to your trip. It is a tool that I created.


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I know this is a 5 year old post, but it is still the first Google hit for "GitHub Switch to Mobile Version" and several other variants. The solution to add "?mobile=1" still works at least in some cases, but there is a more all encompassing one if you want to change the setting across the board. As of now, if you click "Always Use Desktop Version" you ...


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I figured this out, but I wanted to post this here so others can learn. I could not find a good FAQ or help page to explain this. I changed my password using the Hotmail.com web site last night. For good security, I selected a long password of 19 characters. Logging in from the web worked fine, but when I tried to update my password on my mobile devices I ...


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Try this! It worked for me - although the email address I used was a forwarded business email address (eg. firstname@mybusiness.com) forwarded to my name@gmail.com account - but it might work with your hotmail account too. With this method, it will always show the SAME profile photo, what you set for your gmail account. Use your Desktop computer / Laptop. ...


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You have multiple options available: 2000's mobile (WAP style) Ready to use, just go to https://calendar.google.com/calendar/m 2010's mobile (iPhone 3 style) Ready to use, just go to https://calendar.google.com/calendar/gp Embeded widget Use this url ton configure the widget: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embedhelper Then you can use the iframe ...


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Yes, there is, it's just not very intuitive because although it is a configuration option, it's not related to mobile devices itself. Assuming you have a Wikipedia Account and that you're already logged in, go to your Preferences (top-right links) and under the Appearance tab select MinervaNeue among the available options for Skin and hit Save down below. ...


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Wikia has a mobile application you can try out. However if you do not have an Apple product this is not very helpful. If you are on a mobile device trying to view the page you should be automatically switched to the mobile skin based on your user agent. As you can see in the image below, I am emulating using a Nexus 5 phone to browse Wikia and it has ...


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Visit a site like http://whatsmyua.com using your mobile browser and note your User Agent string. Use a FF add-on such as User Agent Switcher to modify your UA to exactly match that of your mobile browser. Try opening the page and see if you get the mobile version.


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No, the current version (1.3) of the Trello iPhone app does not allow adding of Boards. However, I did see a tweet sometime in the last couple of days from someone saying they were really excited about what's going to be in the next version. Unfortunately, it didn't give any specific info, and I can't find it right now. Update 18 Jan 2012: Version 1.4 ...


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You could use TiddlyWiki. It can be downloaded and you can use it as a single file on your computer (it can be downloaded and used standalone as an HTML file you open with a browser), but there are also places where it is hosted and is an app on the web.


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This is not possible in the current version of Google+/the app.


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It's possible to filter in the Trello web app. Click the icon to the left of the board title, and select 'search and filter cards' form the menu. It will bring up the same menu as the one from the sidebar. There isn't a way to filter in the native iPhone app.


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There is an option to choose the older version when you scroll to the bottom of the page. Select that option and you will be directed to use the older version of Gmail.


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I was reading a wikia page with an Asus Memo Pad tablet and I could switch to mobile site/full site. When I switched to mobile site, it added to the url the following: "?useskin=wikiamobile" Therefore the solution seems to be to change http://starcraft.wikia.com/wiki/StarCraft into http://starcraft.wikia.com/wiki/StarCraft?useskin=wikiamobile


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Try logging out of your Twitter account after logging in, it might logout your account from any device it's logged in on. But on most mobile devices, apps login to your account and to make the app logout from your account. To revoke access of apps go to this URL https://twitter.com/settings/applications and Revoke Access to the app your friend's device ...


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The official URL to be able to access a mobile friendly version of Outlook.com is http://m.mail.live.com/. More details about all mobile friendly access options provided here.


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On the desktop it's running as JavaScript code inside a browser. On the mobile it's a native app, and also has more limited functionality. That can explain the difference. I'm not sure but it's also possible that it offloads some processing to server side. In general, hard to say, but rather not -- the last calculated values are stored and loaded with the ...


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Change your password! it will log out your account from any device that has been logged in any device.


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Chromium web dev toolbar "Toggle device toolbar" It is likely detected from user agent. Chromium's builtin web dev toolbar can easily switch to a mobile user agent for you: Ctrl + Shift + C Click toolbar Ctrl + Shift + M (or click "Toggle device toolbar" at top left) Reload the page Tested in Chromium 58.


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If the video contains audio that may be subject to copyright, then the copyright holder has the ability to restrict playback in various ways. Some ways they do this could be the following: Disabling audio on mobile devices Disabling audio on any viewing platform Disabling playback on mobile devices Placing ads on the video Blocking playback of video with a ...


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Copyright owners can decide whether or not they want to make a video available on mobile. In this case, it appears they decided that they didn't make it available.


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You need to know their Profile ID. If you go to their profile page you will see it in the URL. Look for the part in the web address that contains the following: id= An example: m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=XYZ If they have a custom name, then go to http://graph.facebook.com/username replacing username with their custom name. It will return something ...


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For the HTML version that you can bookmark: https://mail.google.com/?ui=html


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If you use the app Contacts+ you can share the contact to create a Trello card and it will make the phone numbers and emails linkable in Trello


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The best option I've used is OhLife. It emails you every day at a configurable time, you respond with your thoughts, activities, etc., and it compiles it all together. You can export all of your entries as plain text at any time.


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I am not sure what difficulties you had using a blog but go give Posterous a shot. You will be able to post by Email, Web or the Posterous App. At one point I used a script to post directly from my laptop using hotkeys. As for privacy you can set the privacy level of the blog. So now when anyone checks they will arrive at The only problem I can see is the ...


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Whether that option is available when replying depends on whether the recipient has registered a mobile device and enabled receiving notifications on it. When sending a new message Facebook doesn't check first and just enables it by default. As far as I can find there is no way to disable this option.


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This does seem to be a problem for new messages, however for replying I cannot seem to get that option.


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I was just trying to find out why when I update my status via SMS it was shared with 'Only Me' and have just found out why: Privacy Settings -> Apps -> Old versions of Facebook for mobile This was set to 'Only Me' but I've now changed it to 'Friends' and tested by setting a new status.


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