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Speaker notes react to user agent

Tried using the speaker notes in VR (High Fidelity), but a problem is that Slides.com seem to react to the user agent of the browser in a way that makes it difficult to use the speakernotes. If the user agent contains "mobile" it seems to default to the mobile, touch screen, setting even if the screen is large.

If there was a way to override the mobile version by using some kind of string in the url (like "?not-mobile") it would be possible to use the notes even on devices that happens to for some reason send the mobile user agent even though it's not very well suited for the mobile version.

Otherwise Slides.com seems to be the presentation tool best suited for my application, which is a presentation tool in VR.

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      • Mattias Lundbäck commented  · 

        And as a token of appreciation for fast support I also upgraded to pro.

        Kind regards,

        Mattias

      • Mattias Lundbäck commented  · 

        Very nice. Works perfectly now.

        There are some small stuff I have do before I get the High Fidelity app up and running , but hopefully it will work now. This is a big step in the right direction.

        If it works it will be the first presentation tool in VR :-)

      • AdminHakim (Admin, Slides) commented  · 

        Hey! Can you give that another try?

        I've switched from user agent detection to checking the device width. Any browser over 700 pixels wide should render the full speaker view.

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