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August 05, 2010

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Graham Freeman

Fantastic - thanks! I've been wishing for something like this for a while.

Graham

Debbi

Wonderful news!

Torsten Brumm

Great Work! Thanks Jesse, Thanks BPS.

RichT

Howdy, nice work thank you! Certainly detects iPhone without a problem.

After logging in it redirects to http://domain.com/m

But my RT is running in http://domain.com/rt3

How can I change this?

Jesse

@RichT - Try out 0.95, we've fixed a couple of prefix bugs for folks running RT places other than /

RichT

Thanks Jesse! It now works for RT in places other than /

But I did still have to edit /opt/rt3/local/plugins/RT-Extension-MobileUI/html/m/login to get mobile login working.

I had to change the form action:
from action="<% $form_action %>"
to action=""

I'm new around here so sorry to post here if this is not the right place.

Mark Nagel

Here's one (hopefully simple) enhancement request -- in the 'unowned tickets' screen, it would be great if there was a 'take' option....

Sean P. Kane

I have just implemented this and at first blush, I think it fits the bill very nicely. The only think I see right off that is somewhat challenging for us, is that we have a few custom fields in our create tickets form that are important, but not available via the mobile interface, although they do actually show up when I view the ticket. I've glanced at the HTML a bit, but not being a perl guy, I'm as likely to break it as anything. How hard do you think it would be to add custom fields to the create ticket window? If this is something I would need to do just for my instance, what might the code look like as a basis to start from?

Thanks. This is very nice work!

Sean

Dario Landazuri

Greetings,

A coworker pointed me at this, and I took the 5-10 minutes it took to install it with our current 3.8.2 instance. It seems to work at least partially, even on my Palm Pre (not listed in your tested smartphones). Though I do have a problem when I try to look at an individual ticket - I get the following error:

could not find component for path '/Ticket/Elements/ShowPriority'

Is this just an artifact since I'm running an old version of RT, or...?

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