With all the emphasis on optimizing the platform for mobile users, because "that's how the majority reads today..." I found a bit that absolutely does not work.
I was using my Kindle today, and I was able to log in, edit photo capsules to full width, change text. What I absolutely could not do, was make any changes to, or add captions to photos. The cursor simply would not go there!
I found that strange.
I have a related problem on my iPad. I can type in a caption for a new photo, but once I click "Save" I can no longer edit the caption. I can't edit the captions on old photos, either.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This Photo Capsule caption bug has been reported to the engineers and they are currently working on a resolution.
My Droid allows me to edit. I like the application. If I have downtime where I am waiting, I can look over my articles and do an edit.
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