One thing I was very much hoping to see in Android Honeycomb tablets was the ability to select text with a cursor, in addition to by fingertip, so both options were available.
What it means is that the icon for adding a link to a story you're putting into Joomla can't be clicked, even though the text is selected, whereas the icon is easily clickable when Joomla is visited on a standard PC or Mac browser.
I'm guessing this has the same implications for other content management systems, too, leaving tablet users in a 'so-close but so-far' state, reliant on apps to publish to blogs or CMS systems, rather than through a web interface instead.
This is a shame, because Google's Honeycomb webkit browser bests the iOS 4.x browser by actually letting you click into and enter text into the main story area for Joomla articles. The iPad Safari browser lets you click into the area, but not enter any text.
It's such a shame to see Google have a mobile browser that finally lets you enter text into Joomla articles but fail by not letting you select text in the normal, computer-based manner, or not letting you switch between tablet and computer-based text selection.
However, while I am sure that Google will fix this problem, the question is when?
Hopefully sooner rather than later. Perhaps by the 'Ice Cream Sandwich' update following Honeycomb that will unify the OS for smartphones and tablets running Ice Cream Android.
That, however, is all in the future. For now, on a first-look basis, the Asus Eee Transformer works very nicely indeed as both pure tablet and tablet with dedicated keyboard and mousing device.
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