Number of simulators in free trial / Local files not loading the css-js-etc

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Gisela G.

30 Mar, 2015 04:26 PM

Hi! I just downloaded the free trial of HTML5.Assist, because if it does what it says I'm very interested in purchasing it.

The thing is that the trial version shows all the simulators in the dropdown menu: "select default simulator", but from the secondary menu (mouse right click) it shows less simulators, some of which I need like iPad. I thought that fully functional meant that it included it all. Can I test this in some way? There's a bug on a site I'm building which shows in Safari iOS and I need to replicate this. If I can replicate this and some other small differences in devices I will be happy to buy HTML5.Assist as my testing environment.

As well, when I point the project to a local file (in mi xammp server) it doesn't load the css/js/includes... when I load it from and external URL it loads correctly. It would be great that I can test in a local environment. The solution I found was to treat my local file as local URL (instead of pointing to a file, pointing to the URL: http://localhost/site/index.html)

Thank you very much!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Shaun Sullivan on 30 Mar, 2015 04:29 PM

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    There should be an arrow at the bottom of the context menu to let you
    scroll it.

  2. 2 Posted by Gisela Giardino on 30 Mar, 2015 04:43 PM

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    Hola Shaun! No arrow...

    I hope you get the image attached. You will see the menu is different. For
    instance, it only has one Desktop view when the complete menu has menu.

    I'm downloading Mobile Studio in the meantime, if the simulators of MS are
    included in the full version of HTML5, I could test from there?

    Thank you!

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Shaun Sullivan on 30 Mar, 2015 04:47 PM

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    What happens if you hit the down arrow in that menu, they items should
    scroll up. The crux of the problem is your desktop resolution appears to
    only be like 768 pixels vertically, so things just can't fit.

  4. 4 Posted by Gisela Giardino on 30 Mar, 2015 04:51 PM

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    Did you see the arrow in the image? I'm not seeing any arrow. And if the
    menu was complete, I think I would be seeing a menu that starts with 10
    different desktop views, instead of just one. It seems to be a short
    version of the full menu.

    If you saw the arrow in the screenshot I sent you please let me know where
    it is, because I don't see it. :)

  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by Shaun Sullivan on 30 Mar, 2015 04:56 PM

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    Sorry, I meant "hit the down arrow key on your keyboard" :)

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