See attached file. browser icons are not shown, also the browser names look ugly - or better said: not human readable.
screenshot of browser list
Only happens in case browser detection is set to "allphones" - if set back to "2" in the option file it looks better again - at least for me.
Since "allphones" is close to broken anyway (see other bug in the registry) you might want to revert.
I am not a DEV - just a user who tested a bit recently on the new version!
narv2, thank you for your comment - setting "allphones" to "2" actually worked. And you might be right, if allphones is a useless setting nowadays, I can also set it to "2".
But for sure there is a bug - even if "allphones" is not working/useless.
"browsers.pm" contains the following snipped, which is missing from "browsers_phone.pm":
%BrowsersFamily = (
'msie' => 1,
Upon adding that hash to "browsers_phone.pm", the browsers, including some mobile phones, are displayed correctly. I've only done a short test run: what are you considering to be broken in phone detection?
Is there an alternative solution, or a hint to start fixing / improving it?
You seem to have CSS turned off.
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I added the missing %BrowsersFamily = (... into dev branch.
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