Wednesday, March 23, 2016
About the ILB - Reading the ILB on an iPhone
I rarely view the ILB on an my iPhone, but checked yesterday to see how accessible it was:
- Say, for instance, that you are reading a post on Twitter via your iPhone, and the tweet links to an ILB entry. You activate the link, and the ILB post appears on your screen, a miniaturized version of what you would see on your desktop. If you click on the big blue "X" at the upper right, you go back to the Twitter feed.
Incidentally, if you hit the Power and Home buttons at the same time, you can take a screenshot of the entry.
And if you tap the blue "Indiana Law Blog" bar at the top of the entry, you go to the main ILB page.
- However, if you open the ILB, or an individual entry from the ILB, in Safari, there will be a text box (like lined paper) in the upper left-hand corner. Tap it and the post will reappear in large text; tap it again to go back to the normal view. This can be very useful.
Here too, you may take screen shots, as well as move from individual entries to the main page by hitting the large blue bar.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on March 23, 2016 09:03 AM
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