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    I'm trying to access mobile.southwest.com on my treo 700p using Blazer and I can't see the wap screens. I see the same html that I see using my computer. Anyone know how to make this work? Is there a setting? Is there another browser I can use?

    Thanks
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    It is working fine for me on my 650 using "fast" Blazer.
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    So do you see the WAP pages as mocked up on http://www.southwest.com/travel_cent...reenshots.html

    Or are you just seeing the HTML version with the images turned off? On the 700P, I get the latter in fast mode.

    I've looked around for WAP emulation or WAP browser software but haven't found much of anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creativeguy View Post
    So do you see the WAP pages as mocked up on http://www.southwest.com/travel_cent...reenshots.html

    Or are you just seeing the HTML version with the images turned off? On the 700P, I get the latter in fast mode.

    I've looked around for WAP emulation or WAP browser software but haven't found much of anything.
    I only looked at the main menu page, but that is what I saw.
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  5. #5  
    Yeah, this is strange.

    Within the space of a few months, I went from a 650 to a 700p back to the 650 then to a 755p.

    The 650 could see the WAP pages as expected. The 700p couldn't see the WAP pages, and would only bring up the full-HTML page that tells us about going to mobile.southwest.com, which is actually http://www.southwest.com/travel_cent...ss_access.html

    Then back on the 650, I checked mobile.southwest.com, and it worked fine.

    But the 755p does the same thing that the 700p does.

    And I couldn't find an email address to which to report the problem from their web site (even their Contact Us page).

    It seems clear that Southwest's site is detecting what browser you're using (or maybe what your connection speed is?) and then feeding you the page that they judge appropriate; it seems that the 650 and the 700p and 755p don't report the same thing.

    Does anyone know of a workaround?
    Last edited by Shadowhawk; 08/02/2007 at 07:47 PM. Reason: adding info

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