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How to disable mobile version of this site for my account

Kumar Raja
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Hello All,

May be this is too irritating for you, but sometimes I feel annoyed looking at the mobile version of javaranch. I do not want to use mobile version and would be very much delighted to have full version as my default. Are there any tweaks for me?


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Raja


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Gregg Bolinger
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You should see a link at the bottom that can switch you back to the non-mobile experience.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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We don't have code that defaults you to a mobile version. If you access a /mobile/ URL, it stays that way until your session expires or you specify otherwise via the link Gregg mentioned.


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Kumar Raja
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I'm currently using link mentioned to switch to full mode. When I login to code ranch, some times it takes me to full mode and some times to mobile. Any ideas on this.What I'm ideally looking for is, to be always in full mode.
Eric Pascarello
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Are you accessing the ranch via mobile urls?

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