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The new "Your Privacy" modal that pops up is not responsive on mobile browsers, causing it to take up two-thirds of the real estate and hang off the edge in Brave on iOS: enter image description here

Please fix this on the mobile browser site.

It should take up no more than 1/3 of the real estate and it should be responsive on mobile.

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    Repro on FF Android 88.0.0-beta.3 – Rob Apr 2 at 13:02
  • If you want something responsive you should use the full-site, as found in the footer. Mobile-web is something with a limited life-span, so don't expect too much investment into it. – Luuklag Apr 2 at 13:05
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    @Luuklag I'm not even sure it's the 'mobile web'. It's whatever loads up on my browser by default. I assume by your comment you're saying the "mobile site" and "mobile-web" are different things? That's not confusing at all. – George Stocker Apr 2 at 13:20
  • Thre are two versions you could use when browsing on your phone. By default you use the mobile site, you can opt to use the responsive full-site in the footer. – Luuklag Apr 2 at 13:22
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    @Luuklag I dare ask, would that cause a ... cookie to be dropped? – George Stocker Apr 2 at 13:24
  • At least your site preference is stored by one. – Luuklag Apr 2 at 13:25
  • Related, possible dupe since it's also caused by the thing not being responsive? meta.stackexchange.com/q/362694/369802 – Tinkeringbell Mod Apr 2 at 14:38
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    Thank you for reporting. This is part of a series of related bugs that the team is currently looking into. – Rosie ModStaff Apr 6 at 15:49
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    Mobile views have been updated so that the cookie banner and modal are mobile-friendly. – Des ModStaff Apr 28 at 15:19
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screenshot of updated cookie dialog when displayed for Stackoverflow.com

This has been fixed and the updated cookie dialog is much better.

I think there is still room for improvement in other areas of the UI when displayed on small screens though.

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