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I can remove the 1 with

span.tweet_join {display: none;}

but should it be showing something useful instead??
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Hey Helen,

This has popped up a bit and Ive just managed to replicate it.

Ive added it to the bug list and will get a fix for this soon.

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Hi again,

I am playing with this more and trying to put jTweet on MobileJoomla. In iphone template, it shows the "1" as well as the Tweet, and the layout is a bit sloppy. I am open to suggestions.

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Hi Helen,

Are you using the latest version of jTweet? v1.6.0
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I can see it in the source, and apparently Mobile Joomla! is not respecting the display:none css that should be hiding that. I went looking in the jTweet source but I really can't see where it is originating from....

Try this in theme.css:

span.tweet_join {
display: none !important;
}

Actually, maybe that is the problem. Mobil Joomla will be using a different stylesheet! Put it there instead :)
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Yeah, MobileJoomla has a bunch of css files, one for each mobile device, so I will put code in each one.

So, do you have any ideas on how to get the layout right... I bet I'll have to put more in the css that matched the jtweet css, eh?
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well, fumbling with code. I dropped the entire jtweet css file in there plus the tweet_join. Got rid of the "1" but the layout is stacked, and crowded.

How can I get those <br/>s under control?
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You probably just need to add some padding to the tweet li elements, again in the mobile Joomla css.
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