Notifier extension for Google Chrome

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Notifier extension for Google Chrome

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby paulgit » 19 Feb 2010, 19:07

I cannot seem to get this extension to work on my installation. I am in single user mode, does that make a difference?

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby fox » 19 Feb 2010, 19:45

Try setting "admin" as the user in the options.

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby paulgit » 19 Feb 2010, 20:17

Try setting "admin" as the user in the options.

Yes, that did the job!

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby fox » 19 Feb 2010, 22:31

I'll fix this in the next extension update. Maybe add a "single user mode" checkbox or something. :D

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby fox » 19 Feb 2010, 23:37

The update should be live now. It also includes fixed (e.g. no longer blurred) icons. :D

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Re: Notifier extension for Google Chrome

Postby fabb » 12 Dec 2010, 14:52

Great little extension!

It would be even more great if it also could update all feeds with the check interval, so no cron job is needed.

I've hacked the source code to call

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update_daemon_common($link, 0, true, false);
when op=getUnread is parsed in backend.php.
But I had also to deactivate DAEMON_SENDS_DIGESTS, otherwise send_headlines_digests() would output debug messages (even though it would be more intuitive if it didn't when I call update_daemon_common() with debug=false) and break the extension's unread messages display.


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