Greetings. Long time listener, first time caller...
I *finally* got it to the point where it's ready for the guys & gals in QA. Some of our QA people have real BB Bold 9000's running 220.127.116.11 & higher (AT&T), so they're going to start testing via our BES server using the real McCoy, i.e., a piece of hardware, not a simulator. Except that the pages I've written DON'T FREAKIN' WORK ON THE BLOODY DEVICES!
- style sheets are pretty borked. colors work for the most part, but layout and sizing is off on certain elements
- buttons don't seem to work (actual "button" element vs. input type='button'). input type='submit/button/etc' appear to work
- images sometimes load, sometimes not
- all of the above works just fine and dandy on the emulators (both Bold and Storm)
If the emulators are supposed to be 100% accurate in simulating device operation, then what gives with the discrepancy?
Are there other things that work on the emulator that I can expect problems with on the devices?
Do I have to fall back to the oh-so-braindead pages that my 8800 running 4.2 supports?
Input/suggestions are much appreciated.