Same. Have only logged in a couple of times in the past month. The rest I can't get past login on my iPhone
i've been trying nearly every day for months to get in on my windows phone. same thing every time, loading bars forever. it never does anything else. i've let it sit for an hour once... still loading. i thought the point of making it html based was so that all phones could access it without having to build apps for three different os's...
i'm all for expanding the data available on gateway, but perhaps some effort should be put into actually making it work as intended first.
one other thing... ENOUGH WITH THE BLUE... the blue "lcars-ish" ui breaks the star trek immersion just as much as the in-game ui. i'm really hoping that this supposed ui rebuild will use the correct colors, shapes and animation, and that the same changes are brought over to gateway.
if the new ui is just a new layout, and still all blue, i'll be very very disappointed.
I also can't get past the login screen via my new iPad (iOS6). Java and cookies are on.
I know that when I first logged in via my desktop, i had to verify the computer via email before I could finish logging in, but that option doesn't pop up on my iPad. Maybe that has something to do with why I'm stuck on the log in screen.
I use Firefox and I've never had the can't get past log in issue it certainly kicks me out frequently, especially when I'm trying to look at my other Fleet Members. I'm also hoping for a more multi-colored UI option in game and on gateway, though the blue doesn't annoy me at all, it's nothing compared to the Klingon all red scheme. It's like it was designed for a Vampire from Blade to see.
I'd like to see the correct stats come up as well on the ship screen. The ten thousand hull thing is jarring. The same for the stats on equipment. And if at all possible the correct in system space stats. And possibility for alternate backgrounds?
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