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jforum 2.4.1 - responsive ?

 
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Hi, i have downloaded and install jforum 2.4.1, i would like to ask if is there any option or update for having a responsive version.

Thank you in advance.
 
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JForum currently has no mobile (or responsive) version, and nothing to that effect is in the works (I'm a committer to the project, so I should know :-). If you want to start a discussion about this, head over to http://jforum.andowson.com/ where JForum2 is discussed and supported.
 
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thank you for your response, ia have already added there the same question but nobody replied. Let's see..I think responsive is very importrant..
 
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As a follow-up: the newly released JForum 2.5.0 has mobile-friendly views of a number of pages. Not exactly responsive, but better than nothing :-)
 
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