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keep_mobile=0 after return to normal view on every link

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is this needed or normal for a reason?

I was checking how one of my sites looks in mobile view (on my desktop) by clicking view mobile version in footer. After a wee look see I clicked the same link at the bottom but then I noticed all links now had a keep_mobile=0 everywhere on the site as the urls. I just deleted it from a url and kept surfing and everything is fine but it sort of seemed odd to me to have that there in the first place so I'd thought I'd sort of mention it as a very minor (non real issue) bug here instead of the tracker in case it needs to be there for a reason and if not maybe you were unawares and might be something needs tweaked for the future.
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Without keep_mobile it relies on auto-detection, keep_mobile=0|1 makes it explicit.


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