In reading mode part of the writing is cutted-off
Hi, not sure if it's a bug. Right now i switch to reading mode on a blog that I daily watch, and I notice that the the previous 5 posts was cutted-off from text, starting from the 6th post (around at the half-page). I try another blog with the same domain and it's works fine.
Now, if I turn the reading mode, i got this (look at the first words...)
That words are related to the 6th post that i mention before
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Opening the post, with his full address it works fine
@Pesala thanks for reply. I try few sites before post and they works fine. Also another blog hosted on blogspot(dot)it with many articles grouped on the home page and it was ok. I mean, even without opening a specific post, I was able to read all the words, except the usual side-column with info, friend sites etc. But in this case I think it is wanted.
I try now this blog and got the same problem. Also in this case, the reading mode start to render the page after the middle part. Hope can help
Hey folks! I come back again here because I notice another issue almost releated to the previous one, mentionated in this thread.
I try to explain. Usually the Reader View works fine so far but, I notice that in blogs under .blogspot.it domains (and i guess .blogspot.com), comments are cutted off, so the page scrolling ends at the the end of the post/article.
Here's 2 examples:
Also i saw that, when only a few words are found, the Reader View is disabled by default, and I wondering why?
Guys I come back on this post because I saw something dat i hope can help. As you can see in the video below, when I switch from reading-mode to normal, in this case, the only difference it's about the info-favicon of the addrees bar, swapping from not secure in normal layout, to default-info in reading-mode.