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status-completed As told in the related ubuntu stack exchange question Would be great to port it to use app indicators. Great app :)
Nice one! But… Warning: This notifier may be dangerous to epileptic users having rep like Jon Skeet ;)
Not working for Windows (8x64) Firstly, download links for latest 1.6 are dead I've installed 1.5 and it doesn't show the list of sites Find User even doesn't work. And without the site list, even if I enter my userID it doesn't "Add Account"
Not working for Ubuntu 14.04 32bit I've installed 1.5.2 and it doesn't show the list of sites Find User even doesn't work. And without the site list, even if I enter my userID it doesn't "Add Account"
Is there a PPA available for stackapplet? UPDATE Feature request: Ability to track "tagged questions" => "my filters", its cumbersome to refresh it all the time I haven't found an app which can do that
Is there any change to make this also work in XFCE (for use in Xubuntu)? I must admit that I have absolutely no idea about the technical differences of both desktops.
I have StackApplet installed on my Ubuntu system (using the deb package linked above). The About box says it is version 1.1 although the deb file name and package details both say it is version 1.2.
status-completed At the moment a click on the widgets in the panel doesn't have a defined action. It might be handy to have a left click on a site widget open that site in the default browser.
FYI I have fully finished the Launchpad translation into Russian. Could somebody review? (I haven't lived in Russia for 8 years and I am losing the language)
The 64 bit version tries to install itself in the Program Files (x86) folder. I am on win 7 64 bit on an Intel i5 processor. Since the filename reads amd64 I am assuming that I might as well install the 32 bit version, is this correct? Thanks!
I have recently become active on Arduino Beta SE and I wanted to have notifs for that on my desktop. However, StackApplet doesn't have that site in the addable (???) sites. Is this a bug, as I know Beta sites can be added, I have Raspberry Pi working just fine; or is it just because Arduino hasn't been added to the list of sites somewhere?
Not working on Windows (8x64) Firstly, it doesn't not install in C:\Program Files (x86)\StackWatcher but the executable is found in C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\StackWatcher.exe Then I wasn't able to set the the user up as it couldn't get the site list I guess it's suffering from the same sort of error StackApplet is
In version 1.6 alpha on Windows, the notification will often show 30 New Item(s) There are 30 new item(s) in your inbox. when there are only a few items in my inbox.
Installed on Windows 7. On authorization, threw up a bunhc of dialogs about certificates missing, etc. Once running, the only thing I could do is look at my Inbox - there was no list of sites, no reputation. Removed for now, until more functionality is available.
The new 1.6 (32-bit) version won't allow me to "authorize" the app?! I'm using a Vista OS. I've looked but haven't found any help elsewhere? Any ideas. p.s. Stackapplet is a great tool so i'm keen to fix it. The 1.5 version works but the 1.6 doesn't. Thanks again.
I can't seem to get this to work... I entered ubuntu.stackexchange and my username (russjr08) in the appropriate boxes, but it stays stuck on "Please Wait..." I even restarted Gnome-Panel
status-completed Is it possible to configure the app to ignore some events (specifically reputation changes in my case, not really interested in them as much as the other ones)?
When I try to start it, I get an error message titled - stackapplet.exe - Entry Point Not Found saying - The procedure entry point _except_handler4_common could not be located in the dynamic link library msvcrt.dll What could be the reason behind this? My platform is Windows XP Service Pack 2.
is there anything similar for KDE?
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