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Dec
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awarded  Commentator
Dec
8
comment Real-time desktop notifications for Stack Exchange inbox ( Chrome / Firefox )
Hi Rob, this can be done in Firefox too. The HTML5 Notifications for Firefox extension let's Firefox use window.webkitNotifications in the same way as you consume the API in Chrome. Your extension would of course depend on another Firefox extension, but you'd have at least one avid user. See this meta post for more details. Hope this helps!
Dec
4
comment StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
so that when a new inbox item was added, it would also generate a webkitNotification. It would be interesting to see if the theory is right that there'd be a notification for each SE tab, or if it just sends one. :) Hope this helps. Enjoy!
Dec
4
comment StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
Here's a link to the original Userscript. You can download from Assembla and install via Greasemonkey. As I mentioned here, remember, there's zero cross-domain communication, at least not that I'm aware of, but this will give you an idea of where I started. If you wanted to play w/desktop notifications, you'd add them in the function on line 132 I believe, storeNewInboxItems. You could start by adding in a call to webkitNotifications.
Dec
4
awarded  Enthusiast
Dec
2
revised IHaveBadges - A script to link your badges in the toolbar to your list of badges in your profile
I tested this in some other browsers, and it works great, so I updated this listing.
Nov
30
awarded  Critic
Nov
23
comment StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
@user2428118 - I should probably edit out the userscript headers, since I converted this to a Chrome Extension. This would eliminate confusion. With that said, I still have my original userscript and am thinking of including it here. It's not as good as the extension since the inbox data can't be shared across the different SE sites due to same-domain policy...
Nov
23
revised IHaveBadges - A script to link your badges in the toolbar to your list of badges in your profile
updated this script to include stackoverflow. Somehow I forgot to add that in
Nov
23
comment StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
@user2428118 - I just tried on meta.bicycles, and I don't see a problem. You could edit the stackInbox.js file in the extension and replaceAll '//console' with 'console' and that will let you see the logs and/or send them to me. However, I just noticed you don't have an account on bicycles SE! Are you logging into Bicycles using another account?
Nov
22
comment StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
@Jonathan - I agree. But SE isn't going to do it, at least that's what Jeff said. Maybe they might do it if this gets a lot of usage. Some add-ons do eventually make their way into the core system.
Nov
20
revised StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
StackInbox is now on the Chrome Web Store
Nov
19
awarded  Custodian
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed Column 80 - Plain Text optimised Stack Exchange
Nov
19
awarded  Custodian
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
Nov
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
revised StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
added known issues and the link to the ZIP file in the installation instructions
Nov
18
asked StackInbox - a Chrome/Firefox Extension that Preserves New Stack Exchange Inbox Messages Until They Are Actually Read
Nov
11
revised IHaveBadges - A script to link your badges in the toolbar to your list of badges in your profile
fixed description