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Sep
7
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
This appears to be fixed as of 1.3rc2.
Aug
30
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
@GeorgeEdison Yes, I wasn't looking for anything fancier than that. However, I don't think it needs to flash, just changing the background colour might be better.
Aug
13
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
I don't think so. That is another website and it just appears to show aggregate information for all my linked accounts. I was just looking for a persistent indicator to remind me to go back to the Stack Exchange website because I'm not always at my computer. Kind of like the new email indicator.
Aug
6
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
Of course, if there's no way for your app to determine if there are new replies, then maybe you could just show changes for the last 24 hours?
Aug
6
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
I don't know how you would do that. That is, I'm not sure a new replies notification would work without cooperation from the StackExchange feature that provides that information. Presumably that would be via the API, but as I said I don't know much about the API. All I know is that when I visit a StackExchange site there is a small icon next to my username that tells me if I have new replies (and how many). The thing is I have to individually visit each StackExchange site that I've joined to see it. I saw your app, and was hopeful it could also appear in my Gnome panel.
Aug
5
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
I don't know much about the API, so maybe it isn't supported. StackExchange has some way of determining when to change the envelope icon when there are new replies so I thought maybe that was available to applications using the API.